Employees are reminded to use their Floating Holiday and record it in FTL. Unused 2020 Floating Holiday balances will be cleared at year end.
Employees are required to enter their timecards in advance, please take note. Timecards for Dec. 14-20 are due on Wednesday, Dec. 16 Timecards for Dec. 21-27 are due on Monday, Dec. 21. Any corrections should be e-mailed to Timecard_Revision@fnal.gov. Reach out to your Payroll team, for your Payroll related questions at email@example.com
The 2020 Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate, is very different from previous versions. This is due to the federal tax law changes that took place in 2018. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not requiring all employees to complete the revised form and has designed the withholding tables so that they will work with both the new and prior year forms. However, certain employees will be required to use the new form: those hired in 2020 and anyone who makes…
Timecards for the week of Dec 17 – 23 are due on Wednesday Dec 19 due to the holidays.
Timecards for the week of Dec 24-30 are due on Friday Dec 28 due to the holidays.
Reminder: 2018 Float Holiday balance must be used and reported on timecards by December 31, 2018 or it will be lost. All balances not used and reported will be deleted for 2018. If questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Week of Nov 12-18 Employees submit timecards by 10 a.m. Friday Nov. 16. Supervisors approve all timecards by noon Friday, Nov. 16. Payroll will sign off at noon (non-exempt) and 2:30 p.m. (exempt) on Friday Nov. 16. Payday for non-exempt employees for this week will be Wednesday, Nov. 21.
The Finance Section and Computing Division are almost ready to roll out electronic employee reimbursements. Most of the testing has been completed, and the current plan is to begin the new payment method sometime in November. We will post a message with the implementation date once testing is complete and the implementation date is finalized. The ACH payments will be deposited automatically into your primary payroll bank account. This is the account that is noted as the highest priority bank…
The Finance Section and Computing Division are progressing on the electronic ACH payment project to reimburse employees for expenses such as travel, petty cash, mileage, etc. Development work has been completed and we are beginning the testing phase. The ACH payments will be deposited automatically into your primary payroll bank account. This is the account that is noted as the highest priority bank account (the “Balance of Net Pay” or “999 – Deposit Order Account”) in Employee Payroll Self-Service. Electronic…
Employee pay advices are available in electronic format through the Employee Payroll Self-Service portal. The Employee Payroll Self-Service is available under “Quick Links” on the Fermilab at Work web page. If you have issues logging in, please review the instructions and frequently asked questions on the Employee Payroll Self-Service landing page. If you encounter issues logging-in or printing, please contact the Fermilab Service Desk.