Important Paperwork Changes for ACA: A new Additional Pay Form, Special Pay Form, and Independent Contractor Request process are effective immediately to assist the University with Affordable Care Act compliance. For more information, including links to the forms and demonstration times, please see the full announcement.
The Position Data/Appointment Form is used to set up or modify information for faculty and graduate students. Most staff transactions are processed through an HR Consultant, but this form may be used for staff status changes, such as termination.
The Personal Data Form is required for all new hires (including faculty, staff, and students) and is the primary form for hiring a temporary or work-study employee. This form also is used for employee name and address change requests.
The Independent Contractor Questionnaire is required for anyone who wishes to establish a new independent contractor for payment. This form will be reviewed by the Compensation Division to ensure the appropriate status is assigned to the individual.
All supplemental payments must be fully approved before the service occurs.
The Additional Pay Request Form is used to provide additional supplemental payment to employees with an active paid appointment.
The Special Pay Request Form is used to provide specific, pre-approved payments to individuals who are not currently active, paid status.
The Summer Salary Form provides supplemental payment for work during non-contracted months for faculty members on a 9-, 10-, or 11-month contract period.
The 90-Day Journal Form provides retroactive salary transfers between chartstrings for charges over 90 days, departments that are not deployed, and transfers that cross fiscal years.
The Salary Distribution Adjustment (SDA) Form is used to recover faculty salaries charged to appropriated chart strings for work performed on grant accounts for nine month faculty members.
Multiple fringe benefit rates may be applied to payroll salary payments depending on the account code for the chart string. More information about University accounts and employee fringe benefit rates may be found on the Office of Budget Planning website.