Good luck to you as you embark on the next phase of your professional life. Below is a guideline and a printable checklist to help you remember a few of the essentials, both within UW Health and outside the organization.
- Leave UWHC Printable Checklist (UWHC)
We hope that you find the resources valuable as you plan for this change. You can find additional information on all benefits and benefit programs by visiting the Benefits page. If you have any questions, please contact the HR Service Center at (608) 263-6500.
Submitting Your Resignation
Resignations should be in writing and should be submitted to your supervisor. Your supervisor will enter your termination into the system. Each terminating employee will receive an email with information regarding benefits upon termination, as well as a link to complete an Exit Survey to answer questions in regards to your time with the organization.
Generally, the following resignation periods should be adhered to:
- Hourly (non-exempt) employees will be required to provide two (2) weeks notice at minimum
- Salaried (exempt) employees will be required to provide three (3) weeks notice at minimum
- Director level and above will be required to provide a four (4) week notice at minimum
In order to meet operational needs, departments or specific job titles amy be required to provide a longer notice period. It is important to have this conversation with your supervisor/manager to understand the expectations outlined per department.
For more information, refer to UW Health Resignation Policy 9.36.