to Pay Stubs
Payroll Office, Human Resources and ISC have developed a new, more
informative pay stub for Penn faculty and staff. The redesigned
pay stub will be easier to understand and provides information in
a more logical manner than the current pay stub. The new pay stub
will be implemented the week of November 19. Any check or advice
that you receive after November 19 will reflect the new design.
few highlights will include the following:
- Your Social
Security Number will be removed from the pay stub.
- The paid-time-off
balance will be displayed for weekly paid employees at the point
in time the checks were generated.
- The actual
name of the health and welfare plans to which an individual subscribes,
including medical, dental & optical, will replace generic
- Longer and
more informative descriptions for payments and deductions will
replace the short and cryptic abbreviations in place today.
- Your federal
tax status and the number of exemptions will be displayed.
about deductions has been reorganized into one, easy-to-read section.
Manager, Financial Systems,
Administrative Information Technologies
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 13, November 20, 2001
November 20, 2001
Volume 48 Number 13
receives over $15.5
million from JDRF and W.W. Smith Trust to establish two
centers to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes and its complications
2001, the Associated Investments Fund, Penn's main investment
vehicle, out-performed its benchmark, returning a positive performance.
have been redesigned to be more informative and easier to
Way weekly raffles begin; envelopes must be submitted to
Payroll by this Wednesday for the first drawing.
fall semester classes ending December 10, the Provost reissues
Governing Final Examinations.
types of grants
are available to faculty to conduct cancer-related research
projects; the deadline is January 15 for both.
the holidays approach, there are special events
and performances to attend and there are the annual appeals
to donate and contribute to those less fortunate.