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230.06

230.06 Powers and duties of appointing authorities.

230.06(1)

(1) An appointing authority shall:

230.06(1)(a)

(a) Conform to, comply with, and aid in all proper ways in carrying into effect this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(b)

(b) Appoint persons to or remove persons from the classified service, discipline employees, designate their titles, assign their duties and fix their compensation, all subject to this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(c)

(c) Provide the director with current information relative to the assignment of duties to permanent classified positions in his or her agency.

230.06(1)(d)

(d) Report promptly to the director or the administrator any information the director or the administrator requires in connection with any delegated personnel function and with each appointment, promotion, demotion, suspension or separation from the service or other change in employee status.

230.06(1)(e)

(e) When requested by the director or the administrator, provide reports on employee work performance and any other records or information the director or administrator requires to carry out this subchapter.

230.06(1)(f)

(f) Provide the director with the civil service information required under s. 16.004 (7).

230.06(1)(g)

(g) Prepare an affirmative action plan which complies with the standards established by the director under s. 230.04 (9) (a) and which sets goals and outlines steps for incorporating affirmative action and principles supporting affirmative action into the procedures and policies of his or her agency.

230.06(1)(h)

(h) Ensure that his or her agency complies with its affirmative action plan.

230.06(1)(i)

(i) Explore and implement innovative personnel policies to ensure affirmative action.

230.06(1)(j)

(j) If his or her agency employs 50 or more employees, create an affirmative action advisory committee which shall advise the appointing authority concerning programs designed to ensure equal opportunity to all employees, applicants for employment and clients of the agency.

230.06(1)(k)

(k) Designate an affirmative action officer reporting directly to the appointing authority. The affirmative action officer shall advise and assist the appointing authority in establishing programs to ensure appropriate affirmative action.

230.06(1)(L)

(L) Provide information about the employment of each severely disabled employee for the director's report under s. 230.04 (9r) within 30 days after the disabled employee is appointed, and at other times at the request of the director.

230.06(2)

(2) An appointing authority may delegate in writing part or all of his or her power of appointment, including discipline and removal.

230.06(3)

(3) All reports and records submitted under sub. (1) shall be prepared and presented at such times and in such manner as the director or administrator prescribes.

230.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270; 1973 c. 333; 1977 c. 196 ss. 28, 106, 130 (5); 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27 ss. 1605g, 2200 (15); 1987 a. 32; 1991 a. 288, 315; 2003 a. 33.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 230 > 230.06

230.06

230.06 Powers and duties of appointing authorities.

230.06(1)

(1) An appointing authority shall:

230.06(1)(a)

(a) Conform to, comply with, and aid in all proper ways in carrying into effect this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(b)

(b) Appoint persons to or remove persons from the classified service, discipline employees, designate their titles, assign their duties and fix their compensation, all subject to this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(c)

(c) Provide the director with current information relative to the assignment of duties to permanent classified positions in his or her agency.

230.06(1)(d)

(d) Report promptly to the director or the administrator any information the director or the administrator requires in connection with any delegated personnel function and with each appointment, promotion, demotion, suspension or separation from the service or other change in employee status.

230.06(1)(e)

(e) When requested by the director or the administrator, provide reports on employee work performance and any other records or information the director or administrator requires to carry out this subchapter.

230.06(1)(f)

(f) Provide the director with the civil service information required under s. 16.004 (7).

230.06(1)(g)

(g) Prepare an affirmative action plan which complies with the standards established by the director under s. 230.04 (9) (a) and which sets goals and outlines steps for incorporating affirmative action and principles supporting affirmative action into the procedures and policies of his or her agency.

230.06(1)(h)

(h) Ensure that his or her agency complies with its affirmative action plan.

230.06(1)(i)

(i) Explore and implement innovative personnel policies to ensure affirmative action.

230.06(1)(j)

(j) If his or her agency employs 50 or more employees, create an affirmative action advisory committee which shall advise the appointing authority concerning programs designed to ensure equal opportunity to all employees, applicants for employment and clients of the agency.

230.06(1)(k)

(k) Designate an affirmative action officer reporting directly to the appointing authority. The affirmative action officer shall advise and assist the appointing authority in establishing programs to ensure appropriate affirmative action.

230.06(1)(L)

(L) Provide information about the employment of each severely disabled employee for the director's report under s. 230.04 (9r) within 30 days after the disabled employee is appointed, and at other times at the request of the director.

230.06(2)

(2) An appointing authority may delegate in writing part or all of his or her power of appointment, including discipline and removal.

230.06(3)

(3) All reports and records submitted under sub. (1) shall be prepared and presented at such times and in such manner as the director or administrator prescribes.

230.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270; 1973 c. 333; 1977 c. 196 ss. 28, 106, 130 (5); 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27 ss. 1605g, 2200 (15); 1987 a. 32; 1991 a. 288, 315; 2003 a. 33.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 230 > 230.06

230.06

230.06 Powers and duties of appointing authorities.

230.06(1)

(1) An appointing authority shall:

230.06(1)(a)

(a) Conform to, comply with, and aid in all proper ways in carrying into effect this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(b)

(b) Appoint persons to or remove persons from the classified service, discipline employees, designate their titles, assign their duties and fix their compensation, all subject to this subchapter and the rules prescribed thereunder.

230.06(1)(c)

(c) Provide the director with current information relative to the assignment of duties to permanent classified positions in his or her agency.

230.06(1)(d)

(d) Report promptly to the director or the administrator any information the director or the administrator requires in connection with any delegated personnel function and with each appointment, promotion, demotion, suspension or separation from the service or other change in employee status.

230.06(1)(e)

(e) When requested by the director or the administrator, provide reports on employee work performance and any other records or information the director or administrator requires to carry out this subchapter.

230.06(1)(f)

(f) Provide the director with the civil service information required under s. 16.004 (7).

230.06(1)(g)

(g) Prepare an affirmative action plan which complies with the standards established by the director under s. 230.04 (9) (a) and which sets goals and outlines steps for incorporating affirmative action and principles supporting affirmative action into the procedures and policies of his or her agency.

230.06(1)(h)

(h) Ensure that his or her agency complies with its affirmative action plan.

230.06(1)(i)

(i) Explore and implement innovative personnel policies to ensure affirmative action.

230.06(1)(j)

(j) If his or her agency employs 50 or more employees, create an affirmative action advisory committee which shall advise the appointing authority concerning programs designed to ensure equal opportunity to all employees, applicants for employment and clients of the agency.

230.06(1)(k)

(k) Designate an affirmative action officer reporting directly to the appointing authority. The affirmative action officer shall advise and assist the appointing authority in establishing programs to ensure appropriate affirmative action.

230.06(1)(L)

(L) Provide information about the employment of each severely disabled employee for the director's report under s. 230.04 (9r) within 30 days after the disabled employee is appointed, and at other times at the request of the director.

230.06(2)

(2) An appointing authority may delegate in writing part or all of his or her power of appointment, including discipline and removal.

230.06(3)

(3) All reports and records submitted under sub. (1) shall be prepared and presented at such times and in such manner as the director or administrator prescribes.

230.06 - ANNOT.

History: 1971 c. 270; 1973 c. 333; 1977 c. 196 ss. 28, 106, 130 (5); 1981 c. 20; 1983 a. 27 ss. 1605g, 2200 (15); 1987 a. 32; 1991 a. 288, 315; 2003 a. 33.

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