NEW PAYROLL SYSTEM (APRIL
It is very important that you read
these flyers to learn more about the payroll changes impacting your
pay, deductions and benefits.
to commonly asked questions, please access the Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ) document.
For more specific questions, please contact your Department
County is changing from a monthly payroll with a pay advance to a
With the implementation of the new eHR
payroll system, there will be changes in the way employees are paid,
many of the County’s payroll
practices will remain the
3. Retirement and
contributions and service credit will be reported on a semi-monthly
basis and the calculations of the employees
contributions to deferred compensation
plans will be simplified.
4. From Calendar
Day to Work Day
The County’s pay method will be based on scheduled work
days rather than calendar days.
5. Leave Time
To further elaborate on the changes impacting
employee absences, highlighted are the following
Absent Without Pay (AWOP),
Salary Continuation for job injuries, Part Pay Sick (PPS) and Short
Term Disability (STD).
6. Personnel and
Pay Events Revised
Semi-monthly pay schedules will be used to
calculate selected pay and personnel events such as midperiod salary
payments to employees leaving
County service and traffic mitigation allowances.
Statement8. Planning your
to read your pay statement.
Employees who have a
Horizons/Savings Plan Loan must elect a payment plan. In addition, employees may
their deferred plan
contributions, and consider withholding additional Federal and State taxes from