|DATE:||June 27, 1997|
|SUBJECT:||Change in Organization Dues Deduction Amount|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 1, 1997|
|CONTACT:||Janice Wolfley, Payroll Services||(785) 296-3699|
|SUMMARY:||Organization Dues Change for KAPE|
The Board of Directors for the Kansas Association of Public Employees (KAPE) has advised that the regular bi-weekly dues for members of KAPE will be changing effective with the payroll period beginning July 13, 1997 and ending July 26, 1997, paid August 8, 1997 as follows:
|Deduction Code||Hourly Rate of Pay||Bi-Weekly Salary||Dues Deduction|
|ORG001||$ 7.24 or Less||$ 579.00 or Less||$5.00|
|ORG002||$ 7.25 - $ 8.18||$ 580.00 - $ 654.00||$5.50|
|ORG003||$ 8.19 - $ 9.25||$ 655.00 - $ 740.00||$6.00|
|ORG004||$ 9.26 - $ 10.19||$ 741.00 - $ 815.00||$6.50|
|ORG005||$ 10.20 - $ 11.24||$ 816.00 - $ 899.00||$7.00|
|ORG006||$ 11.25 or Greater||$ 900.00 - or Greater||$7.50|
|ORG888||KU Medical Center Nurses Association||$7.50|
|ORG 018 & 019||KU Graduate Teaching Assistants||$5.00|
The Division of Accounts and Reports, Payroll Services Team will make the necessary updates to the payroll system to affect all SHARP employees enrolled for the above KAPE dues deductions. Regents institutions are responsible for ensuring that these changes are reflected on all paychecks and all remittance interface files for paychecks issued on or after August 8, 1997.
|DATE:||July 3, 1997|
|SUBJECT:||New Earnings Code for Holiday Credit - HCB|
|A & R CONTACT:||Payroll Services||(785) 296-3146|
|SUMMARY:||New Earnings Code: HCB, Holiday Credit~Banking the Credit|
At the request of the Division of Personnel Services, a new earnings code to capture the holiday credit and allow the employee to "bank" that credit while using 40 hours of leave time has been added to the SHARP Earnings Codes effective with the pay period beginning June 29, 1997 and ending July 12, 1997, paid on July 25, 1997.
The new earnings code has been defined as HCB, Holiday Credit~Banking the Credit. It is used much like the earnings code HCC Holiday Comp. Time 1.0, except that HCB does not add to the leave accruals (CTLA). This earnings code should be used when a employee records 40 hours of leave in the holiday week and the employee wants the holiday credit banked. This earnings code will appear on the check/advice stub as Holiday Credit leave balances.