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Classified Employee Furlough Information

  • For classified and LTE staff:  Fiscal year 2009-10 ends June 19, 2010
  • Fiscal year 2010-11 begins June 20, 2010 and ends June 18, 2011
  • LTE employees
    Furlough time off is not reported on timesheets. There is no reduction to pay

Departments are expected to reduce LTE hours by 3.188% for fiscal year 2009-10 and 3.065% for fiscal year 2010-11

  • For WSEU and Non Represented Non Exempt employees:
    You may begin taking furlough time off effective July 5, 2009
    You may take furlough in two hour increments (2, 4, 6 or 8 hrs), up to a maximum of eight hours per week. This is true if you are part time or full time.

You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour.

If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE.

If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule an additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

Your bi weekly pay will be reduced by 3.188% for fiscal year 2009-10, and 3.065% for fiscal year 2010-11. This reduction is taken prior to state, federal and social security taxes being calculated.

The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or your years of creditable service. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.

  • For Non Represented Exempt employees:
    You may begin taking furlough time off effective July 5, 2009.
    You may take furlough in two hour increments (2, 4, 6 or 8 hrs), up to a maximum of eight hours per week. This is true if you are part time or full time.

You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour.

If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE.

If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule an additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

Your bi weekly pay will be reduced by the amount of furlough hours taken during a pay period.  If you do not take any furlough time during a pay period, nothing will be deducted. Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated.

The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week. If you take any furlough in a week, you must take a total of eight hours (adjusted by FTE).

  • For exempt employees in the Education Bargaining Unit:
    You may begin taking furlough time off effective July 19, 2009.
    You may take furlough in two hour increments (2, 4, 6 or 8 hrs), up to a maximum of eight hours per week. This is true if you are part time or full time.

You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour.

If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE.

If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule an additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

Your bi weekly pay will be reduced by the amount of furlough hours taken during a pay period.  If you do not take any furlough time during a pay period, nothing will be deducted. Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated.

The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week. If you take any furlough in a week, you must take a total of eight hours (adjusted by FTE).

  • For WLEA employees:

    You may begin taking furlough effective August 2, 2009.
    Your biweekly pay will be reduced by 3.463% for fiscal year 2009-10 and 3.065% for fiscal year 2010-11. This reduction is taken prior to state, federal and social security taxes being calculated.  The first reduction will show up on the paycheck you receive August 27, 2009. Staff in titles assigned to pay range 36-40 may take up to 10 hours of FTO in one week. Staff in titles assigned to pay range 36-41 may take up to
    12 hours of FTO in one week. If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE. You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week. The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.

  • For WPEC employees:

    You may begin taking furlough effective August 2, 2009.

  • For Non Exempt WPEC employees:

    Employees will have biweekly pay will be reduced by 3.463% for fiscal year 2009-10 and 3.065% for fiscal year 2010-11. The first reduction will be effective on the paycheck you receive August 27, 2009. You may take furlough in two hour increments. Employees in pay ranges 07-04, 07-05 and 07-32 may take a maximum of 8 hours per week and employees in pay ranges 07-02, 07-03, 07-30, 07-31, and 07-33 may take a maximum of 10 hours per week. If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE. You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour. Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated.
    A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week. The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.

  • For Exempt WPEC employees:

    Your biweekly pay will be reduced by the amount of furlough hours taken during a pay period. If you do not take any furlough time during a pay period, nothing will be deducted. Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated. You may take furlough in two hour increments. Employees in pay ranges 07-04, 07-05 and 07-32 may take a maximum of 8 hours per week and employees in pay ranges 07-02, 07-03, 07-30, 07-31, and 07-33 may take a maximum of 10 hours per week. If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE. You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week. If you take any furlough in a week, you must take a total of eight hours (adjusted by FTE). The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service.

  • For Wisconsin Science Professional employees:

    You may begin taking furlough time off effective August 2, 2009.
    You may take furlough in two increments (2, 4, 6 or 8 hours), up to a maximum of eight hours per week. If you take any furlough in a week, you must take a total of eight hours (adjusted by FTE). A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.
    Your biweekly pay will be reduced by the amount of furlough hours taken during a pay period. If you do not take any furlough time during a pay period, nothing will be deducted.
    Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated.
    If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE. You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour.
    The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service.
    If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule an additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

  • For Patient Care Employees (SEIU Healthcare):

    Furlough can be taken effective August 16, 2009.

The number of hours in a furlough day will be based on the employee’s scheduled shift. A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.
Your biweekly pay will be reduced by the amount of furlough hours taken during a pay period. If you do not take any furlough time during a pay period, nothing will be deducted.
Any furlough reduction is taken prior to state, federal or social security taxes being calculated.
If you are part time, your furlough time off is computed based on your FTE. You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour.
The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or years of creditable service.
If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule an additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

  • Building Trades:

    You may begin taking furlough time off effective September 13, 2009. You must take a total of 64 hours of furlough in both the current and next fiscal years.

    You may take furlough in two hour increments (2, 4, 6 or 8 hrs), up to a maximum of eight hours per week.

    You may not take partial hours unless your furlough total includes a partial hour
    If you are not scheduled to work on a mandatory furlough day you will schedule and additional floating furlough day to be taken during the fiscal year.

    Your bi weekly pay will be reduced by 3.98% for fiscal year 2009-2010, and 3.065% for fiscal year 2010-2011.  This reduction is taken prior to state, federal and social security taxes being calculated.

    The furlough reduction will not affect your Wisconsin Retirement or your years of creditable service. 
    A combination of hours worked, paid time off and furlough time may not exceed 40 hours per week.

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