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Human Resources

Workforce Reorganization

A combination of the following are typical actions as part of reorganization:

  • Creating or eliminating positions
  • Reconstructing current positions
  • Changing reporting structures
  • Creating or eliminating units
  • Combining organizational units

Eligibility

Any department/college/division within the university is eligible to reorganize their area and workforce to further meet the mission, goals, and objectives of Wright State.

Procedures

1

Make a recommendation to your Dean/Vice President.

2

If your recommendation is approved by your Dean/VP, submit the following documents to HR Compensation via email – Hr-Compensation@wright.edu:

  • Business rationale and summary of the proposed reorganization, including any cost projections
  • Current and proposed organizational chart, including total salary and benefits, expended or to be expended both before and after the reorganization.
  • List of affected employees to include:
    • Classification of affected employees, i.e., unclassified, classified, bargaining unit, special contract
    • Current and proposed salaries
    • Current and proposed titles, including FTE
    • Current and proposed direct supervisor
    • If any changes to the salary are requested: current and proposed job descriptions (including minimum qualifications)
  • List of all positions (and if applicable, incumbents) proposed for position elimination
  • List all of the new positions that are proposed including the following for each position:
  • Job description (including required qualifications)
  • The internal promotion, lateral, or demotion of current department employees
  • Whether an internal or external search is proposed and in what instances
  • If classified, what other placement options are available?
3

Materials shared with Human Resources will be sent to OEI who will review the impact of the proposed reorganization on Wright State’s Affirmative Action Plan.

4

Upon approval of recommended changes by Dean/VP, HR and OEI, create position postings in PeopleAdmin using the appropriate posting types.

5

Once the position(s) are approved by all parties, submit the below to Human Resources:

For more information on the Internal/Lateral Transfer Policy, go to University Policy 1030.