The Policy and Procedure Development policy (available here in English, Spanish, Hmong, Tibetan, and Chinese) governs the development of policies and procedures affecting all of FP&M.
FP&M encourages and supports employee participation in campus shared governance groups, and other non-shared governance committees convened by the university and other appropriate government and professional organizations.
FP&M continually strives to improve communications with all of its employees. Creating an environment·for increased access to computers for employees who do not have regular access in their current position will help improve electronic communications within the division.
Discretionary Merit Compensation (DMC) – Pending review
FP&M values excellence in employee effort. Classified employees may be rewarded for their exceptional work performance with additional financial compensation, as allowed by the university policy for Discretionary Merit Compensation (DMC).
FP&M strongly supports employee engagement and active participation in job and university events, when such involvement does not compromise the ability of FP&M to provide essential services to the university and does not disrupt the operational needs of the unit.
The purpose of this guidance is to provide FP&M employees with a process for providing access to, and distribution of, facility information, plans, data, documents, drawings and photos.
FP&M has a need to maintain appropriate staffing to meet operational needs, but recognizes there are circumstances where it may be necessary for employees to take leave without pay (LWOP) if it is associated with a preapproved Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or Wisconsin Family Medical Leave Act (WFMLA) situation.
It is the policy of FP&M to make offers of employment and employment decisions (e.g, hiring, promotion, evaluation, salary adjustments, etc.) based solely on the qualifications and abilities of the applicant/employee.
FP&M recognizes the need for personal permit parking for our employees, but also acknowledges that there is a limited amount of campus parking available. Accordingly, FP&M has developed a parking priority system for employees who wish to park on campus. While FP&M encourages other methods of transportation (car pool, bus, etc.), we also understand that is not a viable option for everyone.
FP&M is committed to supporting all employees to meet their career and professional goals, as well as supporting the university’s need to maintain a high-performing workforce.
Policies and procedures developed by FP&M will be created in a standard format using an established process for development, review and approval. FP&M policies apply to all FP&M employees.
Purchasing Cards are issued under the authority of FP&M’s Delegated Purchasing Agent, and are subject to the FP&M Purchasing Delegation Agreement terms and conditions.
FP&M is committed to hiring the right talent to ensure that our division continues to serve a world-class institution for the physical development, construction, maintenance, and safe operation of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Our goal is to provide opportunities for talented people from all backgrounds to help us maintain a highly productive, welcoming, empowering, and inclusive community.
This policy affects all FP&M permanent status employees for transfer and reassignment transactions. As permanent positions are vacated, manager/supervisors will follow established procedures. Exceptions to established procedures may be approved by AVC or designee based on extenuating/mitigating circumstances that may include medical or ADA reasons. Note: Vacancies are open position and does not include leaves of absences.
FP&M encourages its employees to pursue educational advancement leading to professional, undergraduate, and graduate level degrees or certifications and may authorize payment for coursework or trainings when budget is available. In order to ensure budgeted funds are not exceeded, proper authorization must be obtained prior to the beginning the coursework or training.
This policy affects all FP&M work units where uniforms/attire have been designated to be worn to clearly identify the person as an employee of UW-Madison.