PaySr Bulletins - State Police
|Subject:||New Earnings Codes for 12 Hour Workday Employees||Bulletin No. SP27|
Negotiating Unit 07 Employees who are Participating
in the 12 Hour Workday Pilot Program
Negotiating Unit 07 employees who have elected to participate in the
12-hour workday pilot program, new earnings codes have been established to
report the Special Assignment Pay and to pay an additional 42 hours in the
work year. This represents the difference between the regular workday and
the 12 hour workday. These codes are only to be used for employees who are
in this pilot program.
The agency payroll office may begin to process these transactions, effective immediately.
Additional 42 Hours on an Annual Basis
This payment will be paid out each pay period. To pay employees who are participating, use the earning code SPS -State Police Straight Time. These entries must be processed through the Additional Pay Panel as follows:
It will not be necessary to submit an adjustment for retroactive pay periods. The system will automatically calculate any adjustment that the employee is due using the earnings code RTS (Retro Straight Time). For employees who have salary changes, factor changes or percentage changes, the agency needs to submit a transaction to change the amount to be paid.
Special Assignment Pay
To pay eligible employees, use the earn code SPB - Special Assignment/12 hr. These entries must be processed through the Time Entry Panel as follows:
Payroll Register and Check Stub/Advice
The appropriate earnings codes (SPB, SPS and RTS) and amount will be displayed on the Payroll Register and the employee’s paycheck or direct deposit advice.
Questions may be directed to your agency auditor in the Payroll Audit Section.