Under the challenging circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Title and Total Compensation (TTC) Project announced a minimum three-month extension to the project timeline on March 24, 2020. As key decisions are finalized and new information becomes available, the TTC Project Team will update dates and content in the Resource Library.
What to Expect During Employee Conversations – in English, Spanish, Hmong, Tibetan, Chinese, and Nepali NEW
Task vs. Responsibility NEW
What is a Salary Structure NEW
What Stays the Same? What is Changing
Business Title Guidelines NEW
How to Prepare for Employee and Supervisor Engagement
Progression and Promotion
Standard Job Description (SJD) and Position Description (PD)
Note: Managers/supervisors, check with your local HR as to which resources and training materials are recommended and applicable for your units.
Online Manager/Supervisor Training
In Person Manager/Supervisor Training: Engaging Your Employees in the TTC Conversation
Manager Resource Packet NEW
Employee Conversation Frequently Asked Questions NEW
Employee Career Development
A critical role of a manager is to support employee growth and development within the work setting. These courses provide an overview of the manager role in the stages of employee career development.
Starting in the fall of 2018, UW–Madison faculty and staff were invited to participate in a Benefits Preferences Survey as part of the Title and Total Compensation Project. The Benefits Preferences Survey results will be used to develop a long-term benefits strategy for UW–Madison to provide a competitive and attractive benefits program for current and prospective staff.
The Benefits Valuation Analysis quantifies the relationship of the value of the University of Wisconsin’ benefits to the value provided by market peers. Peers include universities from across the country as well as Wisconsin public and private employers. The results of the analysis serve as a ranking of how the University of Wisconsin benefits offerings compares to its peers.
Employee Support Resources
Employee Assistance Office & Life Matters
Confidential workplace consultation for employees and managers
Career and Education Planning through the Division of Continuing Studies
Counseling on career exploration and planning
Confidential guidance on workplace concerns
Access is limited to HR administrators.