Employer Reporting Basics

Maximum Days To Report

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 Pay Frequency Report No More Than
Monthly 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
Quarterly - 65 days
Semi-annually - 130 days
Annually - 260 days

 


Rev. 5/13