HR policy - Grievance procedures

UW-La Crosse encourages a pro-active, collegial work environment in which employees have the opportunity to discuss and resolve work related concerns with their appropriate supervisor.

 Functional Owner Chief Human Resources Officer
 Executive Sponsors Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance
 Policy Contact Assistant Director for Talent Management, Human Resources


Who this policy applies to:
This KB article focuses on where resources are located for Faculty, Academic Staff, and University Staff who wish to grieve workplace issues with the university. 


Rationale:
UW-La Crosse encourages a pro-active, collegial work environment in which employees have the opportunity to discuss and resolve work related concerns with their appropriate supervisor.


Policy Detail:

UW-La Crosse encourages a pro-active, collegial work environment in which employees have the opportunity to discuss and resolve work related concerns with their appropriate supervisor.

In situations where an employee feels they have not received fair treatment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age or physical handicap, the Affirmative Action Office should be contacted at 608.785.8541.

All other work related concerns should be brought to the attention of the Office of Human Resources at 608.785.8013.

In those cases where an employee has an unresolved dispute concerning that employee’s terms or conditions of employment, the employee may choose to file a grievance according to their employment category of faculty, academic staff or university staff.


Revision history:
Last reviewed was November 2019


Supporting tools:
  • Wis. Stat. 36.115 (4) and UW System Administrative Policy 1233 (formerly Gen 14) inform employees on how Grievances upon dismissal may be administered.  These rules outlined below in identify the process an employee may enact when dismissed.  Certain employee classifications have the right to a hearing before an impartial officer prior to dismissal.  The Board of Regents is the highest level of appeal. 


Responsibilities:
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Keywords:grievance, complaint process   Doc ID:103696
Owner:John A.Group:UW-La Crosse
Created:2020-07-07 13:28 CDTUpdated:2020-08-08 16:31 CDT
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