HR Policy - UW System Administrative Policy 237 - Utilization of Borrowed Employees/Employee Interchange Agreements

This policy establishes the circumstances under which UW System Institutions may lend or borrow employees to or from other UW System Institutions, Wisconsin State agencies, the Federal Government, local governmental entities and foreign governments. The temporary interchange of employees between and among governmental agencies is intended to facilitate the use of the specialized knowledge and experience of skilled people to address state and local problems, improve the delivery of government services, enhance the career development of governmental employees, strengthen intergovernmental understanding, and increase the capacity of personnel resources.

 Functional Owner  UW System
 Executive Sponsors  UW System Level Policy 
 Policy Contact  Human Resources


Who this policy applies to:
This policy applies to all UW System Institutions, including all campuses and UW System Administration.  This policy does not apply to employee exchange or consulting agreements with private sector employers. 

Rationale:
This policy establishes the circumstances under which UW System Institutions may lend or borrow employees to or from other UW System Institutions, Wisconsin State agencies, the Federal Government, local governmental entities and foreign governments. The temporary interchange of employees between and among governmental agencies is intended to facilitate the use of the specialized knowledge and experience of skilled people to address state and local problems, improve the delivery of government services, enhance the career development of governmental employees, strengthen intergovernmental understanding, and increase the capacity of personnel resources.
 

Policy Detail:

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Keywords:interchange agreement, UW system employees, exchange   Doc ID:117134
Owner:Erika Z.Group:UW-La Crosse
Created:2022-03-04 10:28 CDTUpdated:2022-03-06 07:33 CDT
Sites:UW-La Crosse
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