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March 6, 2021

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Plan ahead for campus parking on Friday

UW–Madison will host 80,000 fans for the 2017 season-opener home football game with the Utah State Aggies on Friday, Sept. 1. Friday is also the first day of the 2017–18 parking permit year. Please remember to display the ‘17–18 annual permit that day. Transportation Services and the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics have developed a plan to help alleviate traffic congestion and minimize disruption to our faculty and staff on game day. Supervisors and managers will work with employees to adjust work schedules, where possible, so that employees may make alternate commuting plans or leave campus by 5 p.m. on Friday. Staffing of several campus parking lots will begin at noon to ensure parking for employees with annual parking permits. At about 2 p.m., football game patrons may be allowed to park in selected campus lots, based on space availability. Beginning at 5 p.m., most campus lots will be reserved for event parking and annual permit holders must remove their vehicles. Employees who must work after 5 p.m. may relocate to designated lots after 2 p.m. or, if necessary, contact Transportation Services to make temporary parking arrangements or arrange a personalized alternative plan to driving alone. Employees are encouraged to travel to campus by Madison Metro bus, carpool, or biking to work on game day.  
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Help us place your job in the best job family

UW–Madison is completing a two-year review of current job titles and compensation. Plan to attend forums about the Title and Total Compensation Study in September/October. You may attend without loss of pay. The forums are designed to introduce you to the study and gather your input on the job families under development. The Title and Total Compensation Study will result in relevant and market-informed titles and pay ranges. The results will provide you with clear guidelines to make informed choices about advancing in your career at UW–Madison and provide your managers with better tools to make informed decisions about pay or promotional opportunities. No employees will lose their jobs and employee base pay will not be reduced as a result of this study. The study results will provide guidance on how to address market issues over time. Your input will help us sustain and grow our outstanding workforce.
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Easy ways to learn of campus job openings

Would you like to stay informed of new job opportunities at UW–Madison? The Jobs at UW website, located at http://jobs.wisc.edu, provides a complete, easy-to-use resource. Subscribe to a job alert, and you will receive an email notification whenever a position is posted that matches your search criteria.  You can also follow the Jobs@UW social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter to find job listings in real time (on Facebook, use the "Careers" tab). Or search the hashtag #WorkWithBucky.
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