Hourly employees will submit their hours using Single Sign On - Workday. Hours entered into WORKDAY must reflect actual hours worked by the employee. To enter or edit time worked, please refer to the following instructions:
If an employee does not submit their time worked or if their submitted time is not approved by their supervisor by the appropriate deadline, and the employee does not receive a paycheck as a result of this, the employee will still need to enter and submit those working hours in Workday, and the supervisor will still need to approve them. The hours/pay owed to the employee will then be issued to the employee on the next available biweekly pay date.
If an hourly employee does not see the Time Worklet they will need to manually add it to their Workday Homepage. To add the Time Worklet, please refer to the following instructions:
To set up or edit your direct deposit (or payment election) information for Payroll and/or Accounts Payable payments, please refer to the following instructions:
Payroll earning statements, or payslips, are posted electronically to Single Sign On - Workday under the Pay Worklet. Payslips are available two days prior to the pay date.
Federal Tax is withheld from your wages based on your selections on Form W-4. You can file a new Form W-4 at any time and for more detailed information on how to complete it, please refer to the IRS W-4 page.
To update your W-4 tax withholding information, please refer to the following instructions:
Employees will receive their IRS Form W-2 by January 31st of the following calendar year. Employees can elect to receive their W-2 electronically and access their W-2 online by referring to the following instructions:
If an employee does not elect to receive their W-2 electronically, a paper Form W-2 will be mailed to the employee's address on file on January 31st.
Employee Deduction and Employer Contribution Rates (Does Not Include State Group Insurance Premiums/Benefits or Court-Ordered Deductions)