After Act 10, management took advantage and made working there miserable. I got written up for calling in sick after a vacation week even though I had a doctor's note verifying I Really was sick! They don't value your contributions and there's a lot of favoritism.
Management/supervisors will get them at least once a year. Hourly employees can only expect to get them when the State itself gets raises, unless you are friends with your supervisor, then they may let you have a few crumbs.
If I have a record in the 90s and not any more since the 90s. Do I have a chance for employment.
Depends on what you did. You will probably end up being a director or some type of management.
Certain positions at UW-Madison may require background check and/or drug screen as part of the pre-employment process for safety-sensitive titles. Examples of those could be positions that involve driving or in the healthcare field. Please feel free to discuss this with the contact listed on a position that you may be interested in applying to.
What questions did they ask during your interview at University of Wisconsin–Madison?
Policy used to be the same questions had to be asked of every candidate. However, now that the union is busted, they can ask anything they want. I was asked how I got along with my supervisor, and it was well known that my supervisor bullied the employees (there was no policy against bullying) and had been instrumental in over 1/2 dozen people being fired in less than 4 years. Didn't get the job. Got yelled at by my supervisor for trying to leave, and my job was eliminated a year later.
Is University of Wisconsin–Madison hiring new workers during the COVID-19 outbreak?
Hello - we are still accepting applications and hiring for jobs listed at www.jobs.wisc.edu. If you have any questions about the positions listed, feel free to reach out to the contact in the job posting. Thank you!
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