The Workplace Clinic Excuse Policy and Return to Work Certificate have been adopted by the Department of Employee Relations and Froedtert Workforce Health to ensure that clinic practices and protocols comply with all federal and state standards and regulations applicable to healthcare providers.
On July 26, 2016 the Common Council of the City of Milwaukee adopted legislation imposing a residency requirement on law enforcement, fire, and emergency personnel to reside within 15 miles of the jurisdictional boundaries of the City. (Common Council File # 160453: Effective 10/11/2016).
DER is transitioning worker’s compensation third party administrator services from Gallagher Bassett to CorVel Corporation effective March 31, 2018. CorVel has a long standing relationship with the City of Milwaukee and has been a valuable partner providing bill review and PPO network services when the City self-administered worker’s compensation benefits. CorVel has a proactive healthcare approach that puts the injured worker first and ensures that when an employee is hurt, proper medical care is the priority.
Common Council File #151209 was approved by the Finance and Personnel Committee and the Common Council in December 2015. Therefore, changes were made to the Salary Ordinance that allowed the Department of Employee Relations to create and administer salary adjustment provisions in 2016 for City of Milwaukee employees who have been excluded from pay progression practices allowed under career ladders created in 2012 and beyond or employees covered by provisions of labor agreements.
Effective February 1st or Pay Period 4 of 2015, all general city employee members of the Employee’ Retirement System
who were hired prior to January 1, 2014 will contribute 5.5% of their earnable compensation (i.e., base salary) towards
their pension. The following table summarizes employees’ eligibility for salary adjustments as a result of having to make
this 5.5% contribution per the WI Supreme Court decision on Act 10.