News to Know
January 10, 2022:
The Division of Personnel Management pleased to announce the 2022 State of Wisconsin Human Resources Conference! The conference will be held May 5-6, 2022, with speakers presenting at breakout sessions on Thursday, May 5 at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison, Wisconsin. You are invited to submit a proposal to present at this year's conference using
this form. Presentation proposals will be accepted until
Monday, February 21, 2022. See the proposal form for more details!
December 7, 2021: The 2022 State of Wisconsin Student Diversity Internship Program application period closed January 31, 2022. To keep up-to-date on the program's happenings Click Here!
October 19, 2021: Join us in celebrating this year's Diversity and Virginia Hart Award Winners on Friday, October 29th at 1:00pm via Zoom. More information found HERE.
January 1, 2021 : The State of Wisconsin Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is now managed by Kepro. Visit the EAP web portal at https://sowi.mylifeexpert.com for more information or call the Kepro at 833-539-7285. To receive the company code to access the web portal, please send an email to email@example.com
March 11, 2020: Information for state employees in preparation for COVID-19 is
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 more information.
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).
August 1, 2018: Updated Administrative Rules for ER and ER-MRS
State of Wisconsin employees can contribute directly to an Edvest account from their paycheck! Edvest is a simple way for families to save for higher education costs. Employees can contribute by payroll direct deposit for a minimum contribution of $15 (or more) per pay period. Learn more
March 1, 2018: The State of Wisconsin EAP program is now managed by FEI/Workforce Resilience. Visit the FEI website at https://www.feieap.com for more information or call the FEI helpline at 1-866-274-4723. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the password for the website.
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.