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Employee News

May 24, 2022

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Employees Paid over Nine Months Will Transition to Biweekly Pay

All UW System employees — including UW–Madison employees — who are paid over nine months will be moved to a biweekly pay schedule. Employees who are paid over nine months and have contracts that started in August will receive a partial biweekly paycheck on September 9 for August 23–28, and will receive their first full biweekly paycheck on September 23 for August 29–September 11. Following that, biweekly paychecks will continue to be received every other Thursday. Most benefits will be split evenly over the first two paychecks each month. These employees are encouraged to review the resources available for employees paid over nine months, including a payroll timeline for employees paid over nine months, a checklist to help prepare for the transition, a paycheck estimator (Excel file download) and a pay date model (Excel file download) to view gross earnings by pay date. These resources and more can be found at hr.wisc.edu/single-payroll.
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Recording of August TTC Forum Available

A video of the Title and Total Compensation (TTC) Project August all-campus informational forum is available online. All employees are encouraged to watch the video, particularly those who were unable to attend a forum or would like another review of the material. To view the recording and for more information, visit go.wisc.edu/ttcproject.
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Free Courses Enhance Personal Leadership Skills

Fully Prepared to Lead is a series of courses offered at no cost to all UW–Madison employees who wish to grow their personal leadership skills and positively influence their work environment. This competency-based professional development program offers courses in topics such as communication and presentation skills, giving and receiving feedback, interpersonal style, conflict management, influencing teams from within, and much more. Participants can pick and choose the courses of greatest interest to them or complete the Certificate of Leadership Compentency offered by Learning and Talent Development.
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Beware of Phishing Attempts that Offer COVID-19 Benefits

The UW–Madison Office of Cybersecurity is aware of active phishing campaigns on campus in which the attacker impersonates a UW–Madison employee support unit. The campaign’s email messages ask recipients to click a link and visit a fake COVID-19 benefits site in order to receive financial assistance. Such attacks can occur at any time. Please be on the lookout for email scams, and learn how you can recognize them.
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