The Self Service Center Total Compensation
Statement- Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Total Compensation Statement?
- The Total Compensation Statement is a statement prepared each year
to show direct compensation paid to you and indirect compensation paid
on your behalf in the prior year. It does not replace W-2
forms or other income tax related information.
Why do employees receive a Total Compensation
is the difference between direct and indirect compensation?
- K.S.A. 75-5550 requires the Division of Personnel Services to
prepare and distribute an annual summary of compensation offered by the
- Direct compensation is pay you received
for hours worked, holidays, vacation leave taken, sick leave taken,
etc., Indirect compensation includes contributions by the State on your
behalf for insurance, retirement and employer required
More information about your Total Compensation
I logged on and it tells me that I don't have
a Total Compensation Statement. Why?
- The State of Kansas provides an online
Total Compensation Statement for all benefits eligible employees
excluding employees at Regents Institutions. The Regents
Institutions will provide the information directly to their
- In order to have a Total Compensation statement you must have been
benefits eligible in SHARP (Statewide Human Resource and Payroll System)
and had wages paid to you in in the prior year.
Why are there no Total Compensation
Statements for Regents Employees?
- Although employees in Regents institutions
receive a paycheck created by the SHARP (statewide Human Resource and
Payroll) system, the Regents have decided to create their own annual
statements. Employees at these agencies will be receiving the
statements from their human resource offices rather than through the
I worked for both a Regents Institution and a state agency last year,
what will be on my statement?
- If you worked for both a Regents Institution and a state agency last
year, your Total Compensation Statement will include earnings from both.
Employees who worked solely for a Regents Institution will not have
an online statement.
I have a question about my Total
Compensation Statement who do I contact?
- You should contact the Human
Resource/Personnel Office in the agency where you work since they have
access to your personnel and payroll information. The Self Service Center
help desk will not be able to answer questions about individual
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