As an employee at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, you are offered a competitive and valuable benefits package.
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Brief overview of the benefits available by employee type:
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UW Oshkosh and the UW System provide a comprehensive healthcare plan, supplemental dental and vision programs, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, and low-cost health and wellness programs.
Personal Health Assessments (PHA)
The PHA is a tool that highlights how your lifestyle choices directly impact overall health. It provides personalized feedback, tips to improve your lifestyle habits, and resources for more information.
The PHA is part of a larger initiative. The goal is to assist employees with improving their lifestyle habits and overall health. The information gathered through the PHA provides your employer statistical data on the overall health risks of the campus population. Individual results will remain confidential.
UW Oshkosh employees also have access to disability, life, income continuation, long-term care and unemployment insurance.
Benefit options are available for same-sex and opposite-sex domestic partners.
As a UW Oshkosh employee, your leave benefits include sick, vacation, holidays, military, family medical, faculty sabbatical, catastrophic, organ/bone marrow donation, jury duty and unpaid.
Whether you are a new employee or are approaching retirement, use the resources on this page to help you in planning for your future.
All UW Oshkosh employees have equal borrowing privileges at the university's library including semester long loans of most books, one month for popular fiction titles and two weeks for movies and sound recordings. Employees also have online access to over one hundred important academic and popular research material databases indexing newspapers, genealogical collections and over 53,000 unique journal titles, Employees have the right to extensive inter-library lending services, as well as instructional and data curatorial support.
UW Oshkosh provides several programs and resources to help you in balancing your work and personal life responsibilities.
If you are injured on the job, the Worker's Compensation Act of Wisconsin provides coverage. See this page for more information about reporting your injury.