Employee Resource Guide



The University of Wisconsin-Stout Employee Resource guide has been prepared to assist employees in finding the answers to questions they may have regarding their employment with UW-Stout. It is recommended that all new and existing employees read and understand the contents of this resource guide.

We do not expect this resource guide to answer all questions. Supervisors and the Office of Human Resources should also be a major source of information on specific procedures.

This resource guide, or any other verbal or written communication by a management representative, should not be considered an agreement, contract of employment, express or implied, or a promise of treatment in any particular manner in any given situation. Many matters covered by this resource guide, such as benefit plan descriptions, are also described in separate UW-Stout and UW System documents. This resource guide states only general UW-Stout guidelines. UW-Stout may, at any time in its sole discretion, modify anything stated in this resource guide, with or without notice. This resource guide is subject to the terms of any applicable collective bargaining agreement. This resource guide supersedes all prior resource guides.


Wisconsin’s Public Records Law is a tool for the people to access information about the state government and the official actions of its representatives. UW-Stout has designated a Custodian of Public Records in order to meet its obligations under Wisconsin Public Records Law (Wisconsin Statutes § 19.31-19.39). Requests to inspect records or receive copies of public records should be made directly to the Records Custodian. UW-Stout will provide public records resources and regular training for all employees and members of all boards, councils, and commissions attached to this agency in compliance with EO #189.

A complete list of UW-Stout policies can be found online.


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