STATE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
SUBCHAPTER I
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
230.01   Statement of policy.
230.02   Liberal construction of statutes.
230.03   Definitions.
230.04   Powers and duties of the administrator.
230.042   Wisconsin veterans employment initiative.
230.046   Training programs.
230.047   Temporary interchange of employees.
SUBCHAPTER II
CIVIL SERVICE
230.05   Powers and duties of the director.
230.06   Powers and duties of appointing authorities.
230.08   Classification of civil service.
230.09   Classification.
230.10   Compensation plan coverage.
230.12   Compensation.
230.13   Closed records.
230.14   Recruitment.
230.143   Appointment; selective service registration.
230.147   Employment of aid recipients.
230.148   Unclassified service reappointments.
230.15   Appointments, promotions, changes in classified service.
230.16   Applications and selection processes.
230.17   Applicants and eligibles may be barred; bonds may be required.
230.18   Discrimination prohibited.
230.19   Promotion.
230.20   Recommendations.
230.21   Unskilled labor and critical recruitment selection.
230.213   Affirmative action procedures for corrections positions.
230.215   Part-time employment and flexible-time schedules.
230.22   Entry professional selection.
230.24   Career executive selection.
230.25   Certification, appointments and registers.
230.26   Limited term appointments.
230.27   Project positions.
230.275   Noncompetitive appointment of certain disabled veterans.
230.28   Probationary period.
230.29   Transfers.
230.30   Employing units; establishment and revision.
230.31   Restoration of employment and reinstatement privileges.
230.315   Differential pay, sick leave, and annual leave for state employees activated into certain federal service.
230.32   Restoration after military leave.
230.33   Leave of absence and pay while serving in unclassified position.
230.335   Rights of unclassified division administrators.
230.337   Rights of employees: corrections or parole.
230.339   Rights of certain employees of the department of safety and professional services.
230.34   Demotion, suspension, discharge and layoff.
230.35   State office hours; standard workweek; leaves of absence; holidays.
230.36   Hazardous employment, injuries, pay continued.
230.37   Standards of performance and ratings.
230.40   Political activities; public office.
230.41   Invalid appointments.
230.43   Misdemeanors; how punished.
230.44   Appeal procedures.
230.445   Grievance process for demotion, suspension, discharge, layoff, or reduction in base pay.
230.45   Powers and duties of commission and division of equal rights.
230.46   Duties of council on affirmative action.
230.48   State employees suggestion board.
SUBCHAPTER III
EMPLOYEE PROTECTION
230.80   Definitions.
230.81   Employee disclosure.
230.82   Processing of information.
230.83   Retaliatory action prohibited.
230.85   Enforcement.
230.86   Discipline based on surveillance.
230.87   Judicial review.
230.88   Payment of award, judgment or settlement; effect of order, arbitration award or commencement of court action.
230.89   Rule making and reporting.
SUBCHAPTER IV
EMPLOYEE FREEDOM OF SPEECH PROTECTION
230.90   Government employer retaliation prohibited.
subch. I of ch. 230 SUBCHAPTER I
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
230.01 230.01 Statement of policy.
230.01(1)(1)It is the purpose of this chapter to provide state agencies with competent personnel who will furnish state services to citizens as fairly, efficiently and effectively as possible.
230.01(2) (2)
230.01(2)(a)(a) It is the policy of the state and the responsibility of the director and the administrator to maintain a system of personnel management which fills positions in the classified service through methods which apply the merit principle, with adequate civil service safeguards.
230.01(2)(b) (b) It is the policy of this state to provide for equal employment opportunity by ensuring that all personnel actions including hire, tenure or term, and condition or privilege of employment be based on the ability to perform the duties and responsibilities assigned to the particular position without regard to age, race, creed or religion, color, disability, sex, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.
230.01(2)(bm) (bm) It is the policy of this state to recruit, select, and promote employees based on their relative skills, abilities, competencies, and knowledge, including using open processes to consider qualified applicants for initial employment.
230.01(2)(bp) (bp) It is the policy of this state to retain employees on the basis of the adequacy of their performance, to correct inadequate performance when possible and appropriate, and to separate from state service employees whose performance and personal conduct is inadequate, unsuitable, or inferior.
230.01(2)(c) (c) It is the policy of this state to take affirmative action which is not in conflict with other provisions of this chapter.
230.01(2)(d) (d) It is the policy of the state to ensure its employees opportunities for satisfying careers and fair treatment based on the value of each employee's services.
230.01(2)(e) (e) It is the policy of this state to encourage disclosure of information under subch. III and to ensure that any employee employed by a governmental unit is protected from retaliatory action for disclosing information under subch. III.
230.01(2)(f) (f) It is the policy of this state to correct pay inequities based on gender or race in the state civil service system.
230.01(3) (3)Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to either infringe upon or supersede the rights guaranteed state employees under subch. V of ch. 111.
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2019-20 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2021 Wis. Act 86 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on November 19, 2021. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after November 19, 2021, are designated by NOTES. (Published 11-19-21)