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Human Resources

Internal/Lateral Transfer

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Organization-Directed Transfer

In circumstances where an employee is transferred to a new department or new role due to reorganization, changes in workload, work schedules, or reassignment of duties, and the transfer is intended to be a continuing assignment, the employee’s personnel record will be changed to reflect the title, department, and supervisory change as of the effective date of the transfer.

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Consult with Human Resources Employee Relations prior to any organization-directed transfer to discuss the business case, the rationale for making the transfer, and any other relevant employee or departmental issues. Human Resources Compensation will be consulted should a decision need to be made on the appropriate classification and compensation of the position.

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Make recommendation to your Dean/Vice President.

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Approval of any organization-directed transfer is made by the appropriate Vice President/Dean/Provost after consideration of Wright State University’s commitment to affirmative action using information provided by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.

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If your recommendation is approved by your Dean/VP, initiate a position posting in PeopleAdmin. When creating the posting, select the 'Internal/Lateral Transfer' option.

Review PeopleAdmin User Guide: How to Create Postings (PDF)

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If the position is approved by all parties, submit the below to Human Resources:

Employee-Requested Transfer

Any employee may request a transfer to a vacancy in a different position within his/her department by written request to the supervisor/manager/department chair. The request must be accompanied by an employee’s resume and relevant supporting documentation. The employee should outline how his or her background matches the qualifications and duties of the vacancy.

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Consult with HR Employee Relations prior to any organization-directed transfer to discuss the business case, the rationale for making the transfer, and any other relevant employee or departmental issues. HR Compensation will be consulted should a decision need to be made on the appropriate classification and compensation of the position.

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Make recommendation to your Dean/Vice President.

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Approval of any employee-requested transfer is made by the appropriate Vice President/Dean/Provost after consideration of Wright State University’s commitment to affirmative action using information provided by the Office of Equity & Inclusion.

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If your recommendation is approved by your Dean/VP, initiate a position posting in PeopleAdmin. When creating the posting, select the 'Internal/Lateral Transfer' option.

Review PeopleAdmin User Guide: How to Create Postings (PDF)

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If the position is approved by all parties, submit the below to Human Resources:

  • Personnel Action Form (PDF)
  • Copy of offer letter
  • Employee's resume and any relevant supporting documentation, including his/her outline of qualifications and background as they relate to the position.

Note: Internal/Lateral transfers otherwise covered in collective bargaining agreements will be conducted in a manner consistent with the agreement.

For more information on the Internal/Lateral Transfer Policy, go to University Policy 8170.