Wisconsin Administrative Code
Department of Administration-Division of Personnel Management
Chapter ER 8 - Entry Professional Program
Section ER 8.02 - Criteria

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง ER 8.02

Current through February 26, 2024

(1) The administrator shall determine which classifications to include in the entry professional program under subch. II of ch. ER-MRS 8. Inclusion of a classification in this program for recruitment and hiring purposes does not mean the classification meets the definition of "professional" under s. 111.81(15), Stats., (the state employment labor relations act), nor is inclusion determinative of a classification's or position's status as "exempt" or "nonexempt" under the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 USC 201, et. seq.

Note: Section 111.81(15), Stats., was repealed.

(2) The administrator may consider the following criteria and other relevant factors in deciding which classifications to include in the entry professional program:

(a) Whether the typical, well-qualified candidate possesses a two-year, four-year or advanced post-secondary degree but usually has little or no relevant work experience.

(b) Whether the typical, well-qualified candidate has completed a prescribed formal course of study which leads to registration or licensure which is required before the candidate may work in that field.

(c) Whether use of the entry professional program will permit the agency to be more competitive when recruiting for the classification on campuses or in the general labor market.

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