Professional Staff Organization

Pro Staff Resources

 

LAYOFF, FURLOUGH, AND WORKFORCE REDUCTION

For information about Temporary layoff policy, Voluntary temporary layoffs during COVID-19, Furloughs and temporary FTE reduction, Suspension of non-essential hiring, and frequently asked questions about furloughs and temporary FTE reduction, please see the
Workforce Reduction Strategies page available on the UW Human Resources website

Please be aware of the following Benefits at Layoff summary that is available on the UW Human Resources website:
https://hr.uw.edu/benefits/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2018/04/benefits-at-layoff-7.5.17-1.pdf

In addition, please be aware that UW Employees Separated through Layoff are provided information on free and reduced-fee courses available to them, like this:
https://hr.uw.edu/files/pod/PODlayoff.pdf

Finally, professional (and classified staff) are provided a comprehensive packet from Human Resources at least 30 days before their effective layoff date. It includes this aforementioned information in addendum to other resources.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

Learn more about designated offices responsible for responding to, investigating, and resolving complaints here..

QUICK LINKS

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

PEER NETWORKING GROUPS

The Professional Staff Organization encourages PSO members’ professional development via participation in peer networking groups both on and off campus. Peer networking groups can be formal or informal, large or small, work-related or social. Most have regular meetings and active email lists. Joining groups is a great way to meet your peers, stay current in your field, and share your talents.

Find a group

Start a new group

Here are some resources to help you organize and launch a new group.

PROFESSIONAL STAFF ORGANIZATIONS AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES

SHARED LEAVE PROGRAM

The Professional Staff Organization is committed to supporting its members, especially when they, or their family members, have a serious medical condition. Shared leave is a UW benefit that can be extremely helpful when an employee is facing several months of leave without pay while recovering from or coping with a serious medical condition (or a family member’s serious medical condition).

POLICY

MENTORING RESOURCES

Mentoring toolkit from HR
Professional and Organizational Development hosted a mentoring panel at the spring retreat, developed a mentoring toolkit. Video for that panel is still on the website:

Mentoring tools and resources – Professional & Organizational Development

Access the new Mentoring Toolkit and other resources, and watch a panel of UW leaders discuss mentoring and their career paths.

 

Salary and Compensation

View your UW “Total Compensation” statement

Navigate to: https://hr.uw.edu/comp/totalcomp/    (Note: UWNETID and 2FA login required)