ARCHIVED Bulletin: Time Reporting and Payroll During Winter Closure (Posted November 9, 2011)

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Time & Leave Reporting and Approval Deadlines

Axess Timecard entries for the first pay period in December (December 1 – 15) should be approved by NOON on Friday, December 16, 2011. Supervisors should be especially careful when approving Axess Timecard entries for the December 15th pay period in order to minimize any pay corrections that may need to be facilitated by your department during the Winter Closure. Payroll will be open limited hours on Monday, December 19 – Tuesday, December 20 to facilitate pay corrections. All requests for missing pay must be submitted in PeopleSoft using the Off-Cycle Check Webform, and must have the appropriate department approvals.

Axess Timecard entries for the December 16 – 31 period should be completed by the end of the business day on Friday, December 16, prior to Winter Close. The approval deadline is Noon on Tuesday, January 3, 2012.

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Reporting Time in Axess Timecard

Designated Stanford holidays are December 23, 26 and January 2. Employees will also receive one additional day off with pay during the winter closure.

You may use the following options for covering the remaining closures dates:

  • Floating Holiday for 2011
  • Available Personal Time Off (PTO) for 2011
  • Accrued Vacation Time
  • Time off borrowed from December 2011 vacation accrual, which is normally not available for use until 1/1 (up to one month's accrual is permitted)
  • Time off borrowed from 2012 PTO accrual (up to 24 hours for a full-time employee)
  • Time off borrowed from 2012 Floating Holiday accrual (up to 8 hours for a full-time employee)

Use of sick time is not permitted during this period, except for those on approved short-term disability leave filed with Liberty Mutual.

Time off should be tracked in Axess Timecard as follows:

Holidays (12/23, 12/26 and 1/2)

  • Exempt employees, both full and part time, do not track holidays. The timecard should be left blank on the holiday dates.
  • Non-exempt full-time employees will be granted 8 holiday hours for each holiday automatically when they "Apply Schedule" for the pay period. Employees who do not have a pre-populated schedule should enter the appropriate number of holiday hours on each holiday.
  • Non-exempt part-time employees will be granted holiday hours based on a pre-formulated system calculation when they "Apply Schedule" for the pay period. Employees who do not have a pre-populated schedule should enter the appropriate number of holiday hours on each holiday.

Additional Day Off With Pay

Treat like a normal work day:

  • Exempt employees should leave blank.
  • Non-exempt employees should leave their normal schedule in for that day.

Time Off Borrowed from 2012 PTO, Floating Holiday Accrual and December 2011 Vacation Accrual

Enter as you normally do:

  • Axess Timecard has been programmed to allow overdrafts for December only.
  • Employees who are negative because of borrowed time will have the difference subtracted, either from:
    • Vacation from their December 2011 grant
    • Floating Holiday and PTO from January 2012 grants
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Pay Statements

You will receive your pay for the 12/15 pay period two days early; Payday is Tuesday, December 20. Direct deposits will post into bank accounts, including Stanford Federal Credit Union, on Tuesday, December 20 by 5PM. Online pay statements will be available in Axess for all employees (including those who receive live paychecks), on Saturday, December 17. The 12/15 pay period is the last pay period of tax year 2011. Employees are encouraged to review their online pay statement for accuracy by Monday, December 19. Paper pay advices, for those who have opted for paper, will be delivered after the Winter Closure.

Employees Who Receive a Live Paycheck:

All live checks will be mailed to the employee's home address by Tuesday, December 20. We encourage you to sign up for direct deposit instead of receiving a live check to guarantee that your pay will post to your bank account on pay day. If you prefer to continue to receive a live check, please take time to verify your mailing address in StanfordYou to ensure that your check is routed correctly.

 

See all 2011/2012 Winter Close information.


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