Employer Reporting Basics
There is a maximum number of days worked you should report for an employee based on your pay frequency. For example, if your pay frequency is bi-weekly, a full-time employee would have ten days worked each pay period. When there are two bi-weekly payrolls paid in the month, report a maximum of 20 days worked; when there are three bi-weekly payrolls, report a maximum of 30 days. Employees paid weekly, semi-monthly or monthly may have different maximum days worked.
When you report the maximum number of days worked for an employee, that employee receives full-time service credit.
|Report Frequency||Report Code ERS/PFRS||Pay Frequency||Report No More Than|
|Monthly||10/20||Weekly(4 pay periods)||20 days per month|
|Weekly(5 pay periods)||25 days per month|
|Bi-weekly (2 pay periods)||20 days per month|
|Bi-weekly (3 pay periods)||30 days per month|
|Semi-monthly or monthly||22 days for all months with 31 calendar days,21 days for all others|