From premium increases to digital ID cards to extended dental services, share information on the changes employees can expect to see with CU health plans.
While software tools help with data cleaning, some of the work must be done manually. Learn more about your responsibilities and the tools available to you.
Fiscal year 2022 (FY22) begins on July 1. Ensure that this year’s payroll (and effort) is allocated correctly before the close of fiscal year 2021.
The fiscal year 2022 (FY22) Department Budget Table (DBT) roll forward will occur on June 29.
The Payroll Expense Transfer page now has expanded functionality to allow users to delete any PET in draft/searched status.
The funding entry page now features a check to alert you when you create an entry where a future funding row already exists.
Verify pay funding sources as soon as the payroll registers are ready and take action to amend errors.
A new update to the process that calculates encumbrances aligns the full-time or part-time designation for employees with their designation in payroll.
June 30 marks the end of the fiscal year. Paying close attention to funding sources and project deadlines each payroll cycle will reduce errors.
Colorado’s Healthy Families and Workplaces Act (HFWA) expanded sick leave coverage to all employees. Learn how to check your leave balances.

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