The faculty and academic staff in the University of Wisconsin System are considered unclassified employees. All unclassified positions are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). All unclassified staff are paid a monthly salary on the first of the month.
Faculty members are individuals who hold a terminal
degree in their field, and tenure or tenure-track teaching positions with the
rank of professor, associate professor, or assistant professor in
an academic department. Faculty appointments are either probationary or tenure
Instructional academic staff are teaching staff in academic departments with the titles in the lecturer and clinical professor series.
Non-instructional academic staff are non-teaching professional, administrative, and executive personnel with duties and types of appointments that are primarily associated with higher education institutions or their administration.
Non-contract unclassified employees are employees who are employed as-needed in short-term positions. Generally, these positions do not qualify for employee benefits.
Classified staff positions fall under the State of Wisconsin civil service system. Classified staff positions are quite varied and duties include, but are not limited to, administrative support, information technology, accounting, engineering, custodial, and craftsworkers. Many classified positions are non-exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), while some supervisory and/or professional positions are exempt. All classified staff are paid biweekly.
Many classified staff at UW-La Crosse hold either a regular or project position.
Limited term classified positions are short-term positions in departments who require less-than-half-time support staff.
Graduate assistants are graduate students who hold an appointment which is intended to primarily further the education and training of the student. Graduate assistantships include teaching, research, and program assistantships.
Student help employees provide part-time and/or temporary administrative, clerical, laborer, technical, or other general support to administrators, faculty, and staff of the institution. Some student help positions are obtained through a students eligibility to receive work study funding.
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