January 16, 2019
Tips, resources available for viewing pay statements in SuccessFactors
The first biweekly pay cycle (Dec. 24-Jan. 6) was processed in SuccessFactors for biweekly pay date Jan. 16. Benefit deductions for this payroll are a combination of late December and early January. The second pay period in January will reflect the ongoing 2019 deduction amounts.
Pay statements are found in SuccessFactors through Payroll Information within Employee Profile. The navigation video demonstrates how to locate and view the pay statement. Use the table of contents on the left to quickly access pay statement information. The pay statement view is an example of a monthly-paid employee. The pay statement demonstration in the navigation video outlines the pay statement organization:
- Pay period and pay date information are located across the top of the statement; gross salary is located directly under.
- Exempt status and total net pay are located on the right of the statement.
- Taxable earnings and Purdue-paid benefits are located in the middle of the statement.
- Deductions, such as pre-tax, post-tax and tax deductions, are located toward the bottom of the statement.
The SuccessFactors Pay Statement Quick Reference Guide also offers an overview of the pay statement, which is an example of a biweekly-paid employee.
Bank information can be edited through Bank Employee Self-Service (also located through Payroll Information). The Managing Employee Profile Cheat Sheet outlines how to edit bank details and view tax withholding information.
For those with health savings accounts (HSAs), the first biweekly pay will have a slightly smaller employer contribution, with a difference of no more than $20. The remainder will be made up in the Jan. 30 biweekly pay.
All training materials related to employee self-service activities, time off and timesheet or time entry are online. All time- and payroll-related questions can be forwarded to email@example.com. All benefits questions can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org.