The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
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Voluntary Employment Separation (FAC 8.D 1 and 2)
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2. RESPONSIBLE OFFICER
6. POLICY STATEMENT
FAC 8.D.1. Resignations.
Unclassified employees intending to resign from the University should address a letter of resignation to the Provost and Vice Chancellor, and forward it via each supervisor. The letter should include the effective date of the resignation and each supervisor should initial the letter and comment, if desired. A Personnel Transaction Form (PTF) shall be completed by the supervisor and forwarded along with the resignation letter to the Associate Vice Chancellor. The Provost and Vice Chancellor will issue the official response for the University to the individual.
It is expected letters of resignation will be filed as far in advance as possible of the planned termination date so that the University can meet its professional commitments and provide for the educational needs of students.
FAC 8.D.2. Retirement.
Participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System is mandatory for all persons in an ongoing 13 position except those on leave from out-of-state universities who are visiting the University for 14 one year or less or citizens of foreign countries who have an “F” or “J” visa. Employee contri-15 bution to the Wisconsin Retirement System is five percent of gross salary. A matching em-16 ployer contribution is made by the university. Employees are immediately vested in the Wis-17 consin Retirement System. Separation benefits of employee contribution are available to 18 those who leave state employment prior to age 55. Retirement benefits are available to those 19 who leave state employment at age 55 or later. Details are available in the Human Resources 20 Office.
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