The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has implemented a formal procedure for the recovery of funds in employee overpayment situations. Overpayments occur when employees receive compensation in error.
This memorandum is an annual notice explaining the method used to calculate biweekly regular pay for SHRA Permanent Staff. While biweekly pay is based on an employee’s annual salary for the fiscal year (July 1 to June 30), the 26 biweekly payrolls cover a different time period than the University’s fiscal year.
For tomorrow’s biweekly 25 payday, employees will be able to view paystubs via employee Self-Service beginning on payday.
The payroll journals for M11-053119 for the Faculty pay group will post 5/30/19 and show in InfoPorte 5/31/19.
To: School/Division HR Officers and Secondary Contacts, Business Managers, Student Services Managers From: Steve Matson, Dean, Beverly Wyrick, Director of Finance/Administration, ConnectCarolina HR/Payroll *Features corrected dates per 5/15 email from Beverly Wyrick Graduate students may be hired for a semester, … Continued
This new procedure ensures compliance with tax regulations in all jurisdictions (local, state, and national) where University has employees working, it is necessary that any employee who works outside of North Carolina be reported to Payroll Services.
You will soon be able to manage your direct payroll deposit accounts using Self Service in ConnectCarolina in a secure and convenient way. By using two-step verification and ConnectCarolina’s self-service menu, you will be able to change your direct payroll deposit account information and split your direct payroll deposit into multiple accounts online. These new online options are in direct response to University staff requests!
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill permits departments who require an employee to carry a mobile device to perform job duties to provide that employee with a Mobile Device Stipend (formerly Mobile Communication Device Stipend).
2018 paper W-2s for active employees will be available for pick up by the school/department’s designated staff member today, Tuesday, Jan. 29, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, Jan. 30, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Vice Provost Farmer announced to members of the Work-Study Supervisor Listserv that the WS Program would be moving to a wage-sharing model for all participants beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year.