December 10, 2018

Dec. 28, Jan. 16 biweekly pay to come with slight adjustments to benefit premiums

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Due to the transition to SuccessFactors and the University's scheduled winter recess, the biweekly pay period for Dec. 10 through Dec. 23 (BW#27) will be paid on Dec. 28 instead of the normal pay date of Jan. 2. Employees with benefit premiums will notice some slight variances for this pay period.

On the Dec. 28 pay (BW#27), employees will see no premiums for medical, dental, health savings account or flexible spending account contributions, voluntary life insurance or accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability, short-term disability or any of the voluntary plans such as legal, supplemental hospital, critical illness, accident insurance and universal life. However, there will be voluntary retirement plan contributions made if an employee has that election, and all other deductions (such as parking, fitness center, etc.) will remain intact.

The pay stub screen shot shown at right outlines those benefits that will not have deductions on BW#27.

The first biweekly pay period processed through SuccessFactors covers the biweekly pay period of Dec. 24 through Jan. 6, and will be paid on Jan. 16. Employees will again notice some slight variances in this pay related to benefit premiums. The Jan. 16 pay will include the benefit premium deduction: eight days at the 2018 premium rate and six days at the elected 2019 premium rate.

The Jan. 30 pay (Jan. 7 through Jan. 20 pay period) will be the first pay to reflect only 2019 premium rates deducted.


* Human Resources (email or call 765-494-2222 or toll-free at 877-725-0222) or your department’s business office.

* For payroll-specific questions, contact Gail Holzer, assistant director, payroll and tax, at 765-496-0050.

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