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Payroll Payment Program Table

by vandberg published Feb 24, 2012 05:05 PM, last modified Jun 23, 2017 02:36 PM
Component Instructions

Function:

 Define the types of payments that can be used in the payroll payment system.

Operation:

From the menu, select:

Main Menu > UWO Human Resources > Payroll Payments > Infrequent Activities > 

Select or enter the program. -- See Using Search Dialogs

 

Payroll Payment Program Table

 

Enter a Description and a Short Description for each payroll payment type.

Select Grants, Overload, Teaching or Other for the category.  The category determines what limits apply to this type of payment.

Select what data is required for this type of payment.

·         Both Salary-Percent Optional – A payment can be entered with neither a dollar amount nor a percent, but if either one is entered, they both must be entered.

·         Salary Only – A payment must always have a dollar amount and it can never have a percent.

Select the Office Notifying the Employee.  This indicates which office, Faculty Development or Human Resources, will send the employee a notice when they have a payment in this program.

Enter a Default Account Code if payments should default to using a certain account when they are entered.  Leave this field blank if there is no default account.

Assign a Notification Code to each Notification Activity to allow emailing the notices to the employees, instead of printing them.  The  activities identify the conditions for selecting a notice and the code determines the contents of the notice.  All three activities should be assigned a code:

  • Approved -- Pay Status is Approved and the notice is the first one the employee receives for the payment.
  • Amended -- Pay Status is Approved and the employee has already received a previous notice for the same payment.
  • Canceled -- Pay Status is Canceled
The notification codes must be defined before they can be assigned.  See Payroll Payment Notice

Additional Information:

See the system instructions -- Payroll Payments