Division of Personnel Management

​​​​​The Division of Personnel Management (DPM) provides leadership and support to other state agencies in human resources management. DPM oversees the state civil service system, manages employment relations, develops and maintains the state classification and compensation systems, and leads the state's affirmative action and equal opportunity employment programs. Our ultimate goal is to ensure state government is equipped with a talented and diverse workforce to provide the best possible service to the public.

Current Employees

As our most valuable asset, DPM has begun an initiative to ensure our employees understand their pay, benefits, and the civil service system.  The DPM website has been redesigned to feature employee and manager based information in addition to our traditional HR community information.  Look for continued updates in the coming months.

Job Seekers

Interested in State employment but don't know where to start?  The State of Wisconsin has much to offer our workforce and as the State's central HR office, we have lots of information to share.  Click here to begin.

Compensation Plan

The 2017-2019 State of Wisconsin Compensation Plan is now available.  The Joint Committee on Employment Relations approved the Comp Plan on February 14, 2018.  Negotiated contracts were also approved. 

News to Know


November 8, 2019: The Division of Personnel Management has submitted the proposed 2019-21 State of Wisconsin Compensation Plan and the tentative agreements for Trades and WLEA to the Joint Committee on Employment Relations. Click here for mor​e info​rmation.



 

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The State Council on Affirmative Action (SCAA) has announced two new award categories in celebration of 20th anniversary of the Diversity Award!  State employees are eligible for the new individual awards, more information and criteria for the awards can be found here: Diversity Award Webpage

 

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May 6, 2019:  The STAR Human Resource System has a new Fluid Interface!  Fluid replaces the previous menu-driven style and provides a more intuitive and modern interface.  See the Fluid Employee Self Service Quick Start Guide and Introduction Video for more information.


September 17, 2018:  Applications are now available for the Enterprise Management Development Academy (EMDA).  Learn more....

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August 1, 2018:  Updated Administrative Rules for ER and ER-MRS



 



The State of Wisconsin's first report reviewing impact on recruitment and hiring following the 2015 Act 150 is now available here or on the Statistics/Data/Reports page under Public Resources.