The current plan designed for personnel system needs improvement and that only laid the authentic process for Human Resources Design Project by the ever-popular research and education institution, the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The University management has put up an advanced plan to design the Human Resources System unlike the existing plan put forward by Government Personnel System for state agencies.
Gary Sandefur, Dean, College of Letters & Science and chair of the advisory committee, said “The primary reason [for the new plan] is that we’re competing internationally with other world-class education institutions, so we need to be able to recruit, retain and reward individuals at University of Wisconsin that are the best”.
University was using a plan designed for personnel system for state agencies by the government, the work of which is different to the University’s HR purposes. Director of Human Resources, Robert Laving said “The Wisconsin Idea is that we are to engage in the state, nation and world, and to produce knowledge to enhance that state, nation and world, so we have a very different mission than that of state agencies.” The new system development requires a design plan to target individual needs, personnel requirement in recruitment, discarding faulty human factors and subsidies the plan from state agencies personnel system missions. The plan formation included more than 50 public campus events, with 7000 plus members from UW community in multi-lingual form. As per director of the HR department, the plan development was an opportunist dream but also challenging, because large number of people were involved.
“The next step will be to inform the University of Wisconsin community, of the plan’s workings through public discussions before bringing it before the Regents.
The numero-uno factor in the design and restructure of the plan is personalization for major HR purpose, like calculated compensation, control on task completion and other faculty benefits. According to Laving, after the plan approval by the Board of Regents, the same will be put forward to Wisconsin State Legislature’s Joint Committee on employment Relations, and implanted in June next year.
New design of the personnel system would not only bring liberal changes for the faculty but is also aimed to improve education. “We need to be in the best possible position to attract the most talented staff in order to provide the best education for our students,” Laving added. Students might reciprocate in a mixed notion but the new plan put together by the help of Human Resource Design Project will be persevering with other colleges and retain its quality oriented working.