Employees selected for bonuses will be notified by July 10.
This week’s shout-outs to FP&M staff, individuals, supervisors, and teams.
Employees currently enrolled in the DCFSA may make an Election Change Request within 30 days of closure/decrease in hours of the daycare location.
Supervisors can approve time and furlough through the Time and Absence dashboard. See video instructions
New: Record Furlough in 1-Hour Increments
See shout-outs for Kathy Krasny, Michael Schafer and Grounds team, Mark Schreier, Physical Plant Locksmiths, and FP&M Wellness Committee this week.
Watch the video below as Alan Fish, Interim AVC, talks about phase one of campus reopening plans and the role of FP&M as plans take shape.
Logging furlough time is different for University Staff and Academic staff.
Employees Kate Moran, Matt Harman, Shaun Frey, Eddie Kieler are recognized this week, as well as the HR and OBS teams
An update on the Risk & Retention Performance Bonus Program for essential employees who worked on campus during the period of March 17-May 1, 2020.
New terminology for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
FP&M employees are recognized in this May 14, 2020 edition of Shout-Outs.
What’s getting you through? We asked, FP&M employees answered.
Watch the video below for Alan’s insight on the role of FP&M in campus recovery. Hear news around what we are doing now to prepare and what the fall will look like.
Watch the video below for an update from Alan Fish, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor, as he discusses the impacts of campus furlough programs on FP&M employees.
FP&M employee shout-outs for April 30, 2020.
On April 29, Chancellor Blank announced UW-Madison’s budget and furlough program, which forms part of the university’s overall response to the financial downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shout-outs to Troy Ruland, Steve Heitz, Perry Jones, Fleet and Service Garage, and Transportation Services – Field Services Maintenance Team!
Watch the video below for a video update from Interim AVC, Alan Fish to see how FP&M is navigating through this uncertain time.
Employees share the scenery while telecommuting – turkey vultures, conference calls, and dogs, dogs, dogs