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Hiring Contractors Increases Greatly

The Department of Administration released its statutorily-required report on contract services in December 2018.  You can read the report here.  Or, to see a one-page summary, you can look at the chart we created using DOA's data here.  

There's another interesting report that DOA released recently.  It's called the State of Wisconsin Classified Workforce & Affirmative Action Report for Fiscal Years 2015 and 2016 which can be found here.  It includes a chart showing separations from state service during the years fiscal year 2004 to fiscal year 2016.  You can see a scan of that chart here.  

A couple of interesting things start to happen around 2011.  The money spent on contract employees increases greatly while the number of state employees separting from state service also increases a lot.  

Let's Discuss the Future

 

Pre-Inauguration Discussion for State Employees.  What does the future hold with a new administration?

  • Saturday, January 5, 2019.
  • Anderson United Way Building
  • 10:00 am – Noon
  • Free parking onsite & across the street
  • On busline

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Medicare Presentation

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AFT members are taking Navient to court

A class-action suit filed in federal court sets out serious allegations that student loan servicer Navient has misled borrowers in public service professions from accessing a loan forgiveness program to boost its own profits. The landmark complaint, which seeks millions in damages and class-wide injunctive relief, details a spate of systematic misrepresentations, untruths and misdirection pedaled by Navient to stop borrowers from enrolling in Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a 10-year payoff plan administered by rival servicer FedLoan.

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