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IN FOCUS: UW Oshkosh salary-equity adjustments, by the numbers

 

On Oct. 30, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells notified University faculty and staff of “another step toward providing more equitable and competitive compensation.”

In an email to UW Oshkosh employees, Wells announced that the University is “notifying 369 of our faculty and professional academic staff employees on Thursday (Oct. 31) that they will receive annualized salary-equity base adjustments starting in November.”

“The salary-equity adjustments process and authority UW Oshkosh has used to address faculty and academic staff pay are granted to us to by the UW System President and Board of Regents,” Wells said. “The process involved a sophisticated, multifaceted, statistical analysis. We focused on our 688 faculty and professional academic staff employees – the two employee groups most in need of a salary-equity analysis -- and, on an employee-by-employee basis, deeply examined
each case for salary-equity adjustments. We made tough decisions to reallocate our campus resources and provide salary-equity adjustments for 278 faculty and 91 professional academic staff, a total of 369 individuals.”

Review a summary of our salary-equity analysis and adjustments HERE.

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