Winter is coming – or at least, Winter Quarter is coming! Last week, the College of Arts & Sciences delivered a presentation to help their administrators plan for the next couple of months in Workday, and generously shared their slide deck with the ISC so other units could benefit.
Holidays, Winter Quarter, Workday and You (PDF)
Topics include overviews of:
Which jobs end December 15 (and should they be extended)?
It has come to our attention that deductions for optional life insurance elections through MetLife were not taken from employees’ upcoming paychecks (pay period November 1-15). This impacts only employees who have elected optional life insurance for themselves, their spouse, or their child.
This error will be corrected on the December 10 paycheck (pay period November 16-30) which will include both this missed deduction and an employee’s normal deduction.
Even though Open Enrollment in Workday is configured to determine per-paycheck amounts for employees with a 12-month service period (eg, over 24 payroll deductions), please assure any of your employees who work fewer than 12 months – such as 9-month faculty – that they can still elect to make FSA, DCAP or HSA contributions for 2018.
Employees can now view their FMLA Leave Balances in Workday via the Time Off tab in their Worker Profile. This report shows the FMLA entitlement based on an employee’s current FTE. If there has been an FTE change during the past year, the data in the report may not be accurate. If an employee has had an FTE change and has questions regarding their FMLA entitlement,
Are your employees wondering what they need to do during Open Enrollment? Or even if they need to do anything at all? Make sure they know about these two new guides designed to help them through the Open Enrollment process!
Employees should start with Open Enrollment 101: A Guide to Understanding Open Enrollment to decide what,