PTR MANUAL

UCLA Payroll Services

A guide for departments to use when processing Payroll Time Reporting (PTR) transactions.
PTR MANUAL, SECTION E - SPECIAL PROCESSES

E13.0  WORKERS' COMPENSATION


When an employee's injury has resulted in time away from work for four or more days, the Workers' Compensation Office will send the employee an Option Letter with an Option Card enclosed. This letter describes the payment process and the benefits available while the employee is out on Workers' Compensation. The Option Card must be completed and returned to the Workers' Compensation unit within ten days of the date on the letter.

The department will receive a copy of the Option Letter and Instruction Sheets on how to process the employee's pay based on the employee's option choice.  The department must enter pay transactions as promptly as possible in order to avoid overpayment to the employee.

OPTION 1: The employee has elected not to use sick leave or vacation to supplement Workers' Compensation benefits.

If the employee elects Option 1, the employee will receive a temporary disability check mailed directly to the employee's home from Octagon Risk Services (ORS). The department is responsible for ensuring that the employee does not receive any pay during the period he/she is out on Worker’s Compensation. The EDB must be updated to reflect the employee's leave of absence without pay.  Full sick leave and vacation accrues during the disability, however the employee may not use any accruals until he/she returns to work. (Refer to Section F2.2 on Processing Leave Usage and Adjustments for information on using the EDLR screen for accrual adjustments.)

Enter RX transactions for exception time employees on the Late/Reduce Pay screen (EDLR) to cancel the employee's pay for the period covered in the Instruction Sheet. For example, if the Instruction Sheet sent to you on April 4, 2008 gives dates of 3/15/08 through 3/28/08, process the following transaction on the EDLR screen:

PPETLR0-E0967               Dept. Time Reporting              04/25/YY 11:17:43
 04/09/YY 23:25:44          Late/Reduce Pay (EDLR)             Userid:  ABCDE
 ID: 321654988 Name: EMPLOYEE,INJURED                       Emp Status: A
 Pay End: 04/30/08 Check Date: 05/01/08 Pay Cycle:  MO            Page  1 of 1
 C
   Seq: 00102 Tr: RX Per End: 033108 Pay Cy: M Dst: 11 E: C T: 2 D:   Ttl: 7243
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        1 Rate: 03000.00 AH: A   Prorate:        
   DOS: REG Time: 0.4762 H%: % DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                               
   Seq:       Tr:    Per End:        Pay Cy:   Dst:    E:   T:   D:   Ttl:     
   LACFPS:                              Rate:          AH:     Prorate:        
   DOS: REG Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:
                                                                              
   Seq:      Tr:    Per End:        Pay Cy:   Dst:    E:   T:   D:   Ttl:     
   LACFPS:                              Rate:          AH:     Prorate:        
   DOS:     Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                              
 Next Func:      ID: 321654988 Name:                            SSN:          
 Seq No:        Pay Cycle: MO Pay End: 043008                                

                                                                              
 ===>                                                                         
 F:   1-Help      2-Jump                              5-CANCEL                
 F:                           9-UPDATE


Note: In the example above, the percent of time was calculated by dividing the number of working hours in the period covered by the ORS check by the total number of working hours in the pay period (80/168 = 0.4762).

At the PAN screen, note in the comments that the transaction is for a workers' compensation adjustment - Option 1. Refer to Workers' Compensation PAN Comments for more details on the appropriate PAN comments language and format. Payroll Services will match the transaction to their copy of the Instruction Sheet.

If the dates on the Instruction Sheet cover the pay period in the current month, and the last date to enter transactions on the Time Input Roster has not passed, you may use the Time Roster to enter the reduced percent time for exception time employees or the appropriate percent time or number of hours for employees on positive time. For example, if you receive an Instruction Sheet on 5/14/08 with dates of 7/1/08 through 7/10/08 after which the employee returned to work, you can reflect the percent or hours to be paid for July on the Time Input Roster:

OK? Emp.Name  Emp.ID    Dst   TC Loc/Acct/CC/Fund/PC/Sub      Rt/Amt  A/H WSP
    ACCOUNTANT 770000770 22  7618 4 660525      19900        1 02952.00  A 
 Reg. Time (EXCEPTION) DOS: REG Total Time: 0.6522 H/%: % Prorate:             
 Overtime/Leave Time   DOS:     Time (Hrs):        DOS:     Time (Hrs):     
                       DOS:     Time (Hrs):        DOS:     Time (Hrs):     


Note: The total percent time in the example above is calculated by dividing the number of working hours in the period covered by the ORS check by the total number of working hours in the pay period (64/184 = 0.3478) and subtracting that amount from 100%. (1.00 - 0.3478 = 0.6522).

OPTION 2: The employee has elected to use sick leave (but not vacation) to supplement the ORS check.

If the employee elects Option 2, he/she may receive 100% of his/her earnings minus the amount of the ORS check until the sick leave accruals are exhausted. After the accruals are exhausted, the employee is eligible for an 80% extended sick leave benefit. The employee continues to accrue sick leave and vacation leave while disabled.

The department is responsible for adjusting the employee’s pay and leave accruals:

  1. Determine the employee’s sick leave balance on the date of injury. If the dates of the ORS check overlap into the next month or leave accrual period, add the correct sick leave accruals to the employee’s balance. (Refer to Section F2.2 on Processing Leave Usage and Adjustments for information on using the EDLR screen for accrual adjustments.)
  2. Determine the actual number of hours the employee would have worked during the period covered by the ORS check. (Do not include holidays. The employee is to receive full holiday pay for any holiday falling within the above period.) Deduct the number of hours represented by the ORS check, which is calculated by dividing the ORS check by the employee’s hourly rate. The difference represents the number of sick leave hours required to keep the employee at 100% paid status.

For positive time employees:

  1. Use the Late/Reduce Pay screen (EDLR) to first enter a regular "LX" transaction to report the actual number of hours or percent of time the employee would have worked during the period covered by the ORS check and reflect the sick leave hours used.
  2. Next, enter a by-agreement "RX" transaction using the DOS code of WCR (Workers' Compensation Refund) to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit for the same period. Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field.

For example, if the Workers’ Compensation Instruction Sheet dated 6/13/08 indicates that the employee received a $490 ORS payment for 5/20/08 through 5/31/08, process the transactions as follows:

PPETLR0-E0967               Dept. Time Reporting              06/13/YY 11:17:43
 06/09/YY 23:25:44          Late/Reduce Pay (EDLR)             Userid:  ABCDE 
 ID: 321654977 Name: PERSON,HURT                               Emp Status: A  
 Pay End: 05/31/08 Check Date: 06/11/08 Pay Cycle: B1             Page  1 of 1
 C
   Seq: 00102 Tr: LX Per End: 053108 Pay Cy: B Dst: 11 E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 4672
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        2 Rate: 009.2800 AH: H   Prorate:        
   DOS: REG Time: 080.00 H%: H DOS: SKL Hr: 027.25 DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                              
   Seq: 00103 Tr: RX Per End: 053108 Pay Cy: B Dst: 11 E: C T: 2 D:   Ttl: 4672
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        2 Rate: 00490.00 AH: A   Prorate:        
   DOS: WCR Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:
                                                                             
   Seq:      Tr:    Per End:        Pay Cy:   Dst:    E:   T:   D:   Ttl:     
   LACFPS:                              Rate:          AH:     Prorate:        
   DOS:     Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                                
 Next Func:      ID: 321654977 Name:                            SSN:       
 Seq No:        Pay Cycle: MO Pay End: 061108                              

                                                                           
 ===>                                                                     
 F:   1-Help      2-Jump                              5-CANCEL   
 F:                           9-UPDATE


Note: To calculate the SKL used in the example above, the amount of the ORS check of $490 is divided by the employee’s hourly payrate of $9.28 to arrive at the number of sick leave hours to be deducted from the employee’s balance (rounded to the nearest quarter hour) = 27.25 hours.

For Sub 1 employees,

  1. Enter an "RX" transaction using the DOS code of WCR on the EDLR screen to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit. Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field.
  2. Enter an "LX" transaction to report the amount of sick leave used.

For example, if the Workers’ Compensation Instruction Sheet dated 5/19/08 indicates that the employee received a $169.53 ORS payment for 4/21/08 through 4/23/08, process the transactions as follows:

PPETLR0-E1064               Dept. Time Reporting              05/20/YY 16:39:17
05/09/YY 23:25:44          Late/Reduce Pay (EDLR)             Userid:  ABCDE 
ID: 888888888 Name: PERSON,ANOTHER HURT                       Emp Status: A  
Pay End: 05/31/08 Check Date: 05/30/08 Pay Cycle:  MO             Page  1 of 1
C                                                                             
  Seq:  00061 Tr: RX Per End: 042308 Pay Cy: M Dst:    E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 9196
  LACFPS: 4 401930      60201        1 Rate: 00169.53 AH: A    Prorate:        
  DOS: WCR Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:    
                                                                              
  Seq:  00062 Tr: LX Per End: 053108 Pay Cy: M Dst:    E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 9196
  LACFPS: 4 401930      60201        1 Rate: 02570.00 AH: A    Prorate:        
  DOS:     Time:        H%:   DOS: SKL Hr: 004.50 DOS:     Hr:        WSP:    
                                                                              
  Seq:        Tr:    Per End:        Pay Cy:   Dst:    E:   T:   D:   Ttl:    
  LACFPS:                              Rate:          AH:      Prorate:        
  DOS:     Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:    
                                                                               
Next Func:      ID: 888888888 Name:                            SSN:         
Seq No:        Pay Cycle: MO Pay End: 053108                               
U0001  Input accepted                                                       
                                                                            
===>                                                                        
F:   1-Help      2-Jump                              5-CANCEL                
F:                           9-UPDATE


Note: To calculate the SKL used in the example above, the amount of the ORS check of $169.53 is divided by the employee’s hourly payrate of $14.77 ($2570 / 174 hrs = $14.77) which is the equivalent of 11.50 hours rounded to the nearest quarter-hour paid by ORS ($169.53 / $14.77 = 11.48 hours) The difference between the number of working hours in the period and the number of hours paid by ORS is the number of hours of sick leave used (16 - 11.45 = 4.50 rounded to the nearest quarter-hour).

Note in the comments that the transaction is for a workers' compensation adjustment - Option 2. Refer to Workers' Compensation PAN Comments for more details on the appropriate PAN comments language and format. Payroll Services will match the transaction to their copy of the Instruction Sheet.

OPTION 3: The employee has elected to use sick leave and vacation to supplement the ORS check.

If the employee elects Option 3, he/she is entitled to 100% of his/her earnings minus the amount of the ORS check until the sick leave and vacation accruals are exhausted. After the accruals are exhausted, the employee is eligible for an 80% extended sick leave benefit. The employee continues to accrue sick leave and vacation benefits while disabled.

The department is responsible for adjusting both the employee’s pay and the sick leave and vacation accruals:

  1. Determine the employee’s sick leave balance on the date of injury. If the dates of the ORS check overlap into the next month, add the correct sick leave accruals. (Refer to Section F2.2 on Processing Leave Usage and Adjustments for information on using the EDLR screen for accrual adjustments.)
  2. Determine the employee’s vacation balance on the date of injury. If the dates of the ORS check overlap into the next month, add the correct vacation leave accruals. (Refer to Section F2.2 on Processing Leave Usage and Adjustments for information on using the EDLR screen for accrual adjustments.)
  3. Determine the actual number of hours the employee would have worked during the period covered by the ORS check. (Do not include holidays. The employee is to receive full holiday pay for any holiday falling within the above period.) Deduct the number of hours represented by the ORS check, which is calculated by dividing the ORS check by the employee’s hourly rate. The difference represents the number of sick leave and vacation hours required to keep the employee at 100% paid status.

For positive time employees:

  1. Use the Late/Reduce Pay screen (EDLR) to first enter a regular "LX" transaction to report the actual number of hours or percent of time the employee would have worked during the period covered by the ORS check and the hours of sick leave/vacation leave used.
  2. Next, enter an "RX" transaction using the DOS code of WCR to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit for the same period. Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field. The screen will look similar to the example for Option 2, except that the DOS codes VAC and SKL may also be used to reflect leave usage.

For exception time employees:

  1. Enter an "RX" transaction using the DOS code of WCR on the EDLR screen to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit. Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field.
  2. Enter an "LX" transaction to report the number of sick leave/vacation leave hours used. The screen will look similar to the example for Option 2, except that the DOS codes VAC and SKL may also be used to reflect leave usage.

Note in the comments that the transaction is for a workers' compensation adjustment - Option 3.  Refer to Workers' Compensation PAN Comments for more details on the appropriate PAN comments language and format.  Payroll Services will match the transaction to their copy of the Instruction Sheet.

80% Extended Sick Leave Benefit is automatic if the employee has selected Options 2 or 3 and has exhausted sick leave and/or vacation depending on which option was selected.

When an employee has exhausted all sick leave under Option 2 or all sick and vacation leave under Option 3:

  1. The department should notify the Workers’ Compensation office that the employee is to begin receiving 80% extended sick leave benefits. 
  2. The EDB preparer should put the regular pay distribution(s) in suspense for the period designated on the Instruction Sheet and enter additional distribution(s) for the same period at 80% time using the DOS code ESL (Extended Sick Leave). 
  3. (Refer to the EDB Manual, Section B1 for detailed instructions on how to set up a distribution.) Once the EDB is updated, the 80% distribution will be displayed on the Time Input Roster for payment.

    OK? Emp.Name  Emp.ID    Dst   TC Loc/Acct/CC/Fund/PC/Sub      Rt/Amt  A/H WSP
        ACCOUNTANT 770000770 22  7618 4 660525      19900        1 02952.00  A  
     Reg. Time (EXCEPTION) DOS: ESL Total Time: 0.8000 H/%: % Prorate:        
     Overtime/Leave Time   DOS:     Time (Hrs):        DOS:     Time (Hrs):    
                           DOS:     Time (Hrs):        DOS:     Time (Hrs):    
  4. The payroll preparer should then enter an "RX" transaction using the DOS code WCR on the EDLR screen to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit each time an Instruction Sheet is received.  The DOS code WCR is used to track ORS payments to employees during the time they are receiving Extended Sick Leave benefits.  Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field similar to the “RX” example shown below.


    If the EDB has not been updated with the 80% ESL distribution in time to pay a positive time employee from the Roster, use the Late/Reduce Pay screen (EDLR) to first enter an "LX" transaction using the DOS code ESL to report 80% of the actual number of hours the employee would have worked.

  5. Next, enter an "RX" transaction using the DOS code WCR to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit for the same period.  Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field. 

For example, if the Instruction Sheet dated 3/22/08 indicates that the bi-weekly paid employee received an ORS check for $550.00 for the period 3/7/08 through 3/21/08 and the employee is on 80% from 2/7/08 through 8/7/08, process the transactions as follows:

Note:  This transaction crosses over two biweekly pay periods.  The example shows the calculations for the period of the ORS check, 3/7/08 through 3/20/08.   The employee would have worked one day for the pay period ending 3/8/08, so to calculate the number of working hours, multiply 8 hours by 80% = 6.40 hours.  The employee would have worked 9 days for the pay period ending 3/22/08, so to calculate the number of working hours, multiply 72 hours by 80% = 57.60 hours.

PPETLR0-E1064               Dept. Time Reporting              03/25/YY 17:37:21
 03/09/YY 23:25:44          Late/Reduce Pay (EDLR)             Userid:  ABCDE   
 ID: 777777777 Name: INJURY,PRETTY BAD                         Emp Status: A  
 Pay End: 03/22/08 Check Date: 04/02/08 Pay Cycle:  B2            Page  1 of 1
 C                                                                              
   Seq:  00127 Tr: LX Per End: 030808 Pay Cy: B Dst: 13 E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 5116
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        2 Rate: 010.3300 AH: H    Prorate:        
   DOS: ESL Time: 006.40 H%: H DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:     
                                                                                
   Seq:  00128 Tr: LX Per End: 032208 Pay Cy: B Dst:    E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 5116
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        2 Rate: 010.3300 AH: H    Prorate:        
   DOS: ESL Time: 057.60 H%: H DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:     
                                                                                
   Seq:  00129 Tr: RX Per End: 032008 Pay Cy: B Dst:    E:   T: 2 D:   Ttl: 5116
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        2 Rate: 550.0000 AH: A    Prorate:        
   DOS: WCR Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:     
                                                                                
 Next Func:      ID: 777777777 Name:                            SSN:            
 Seq No:        Pay Cycle: B2 Pay End: 032208                                   
 U0001  Input accepted                                                          
                                                                                
 ===>                                                                           
 F:   1-Help      2-Jump                              5-CANCEL                  
 F:                           9-UPDATE


The DOS code ESL is used exclusively for payments to employees who are receiving extended sick leave at 80%.   If the EDB has not been updated with the 80% distribution in time to pay an exception time employee from the Roster and the employee was paid 100% time:

  1. First enter an "RX" transaction on the EDLR screen to reverse the percent of time paid on the regular DOS code for the period of time indicated by the Instruction Sheet. 
  2. Then enter an “LX” transaction using a DOS code of ESL to pay the employee 80% for the period of time indicated by the Instruction Sheet.
  3. Finally, enter another "RX" transaction using a DOS code of WCR to report the amount of the ORS check as a credit. Enter the actual last date of the ORS check in the "Pay Period End Date" field. 

For example, if the employee in the example above had been paid from exception time, process the transactions as follows:

PPETLR0-E1064               Dept. Time Reporting              03/30/YY 17:37:21
 03/09/YY 23:25:44          Late/Reduce Pay (EDLR)             Userid:  ABCDE
 ID: 777777777 Name: INJURY,PRETTY BAD                         Emp Status: A
 Pay End: 04/30/08 Check Date: 05/01/08 Pay Cycle:  MO             Page  1 of  1
 C                                                                              
   Seq:  00127 Tr: RX Per End: 033108 Pay Cy: M Dst: 13 E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 4723
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        1 Rate: 02125.00 AH: A    Prorate:        
   DOS: REG Time: 0.4762 H%: % DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                                
   Seq:  00128 Tr: RX Per End: 033108 Pay Cy: M Dst:    E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 4723
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        1 Rate: 00550.00 AH: A    Prorate:        
   DOS: ESL Time: 0.3810 H%: % DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:   
                                                                              
   Seq:  00129 Tr: RX Per End: 033108 Pay Cy: M Dst:    E: E T: 2 D:   Ttl: 4723
   LACFPS: 4 660525      19900        1 Rate: 00550.00 AH: A    Prorate:        
   DOS: WCR Time:        H%:   DOS:     Hr:        DOS:     Hr:        WSP:
                                                                              
 Next Func:      ID: 777777777 Name:                            SSN:          
 Seq No:        Pay Cycle: MO Pay End: 043008                                 
 U0001  Input accepted                                                        
                                                                              
 ===>                                                                         
 F:   1-Help      2-Jump                              5-CANCEL                
 F:                           9-UPDATE


Note:   In the example above, to calculate the percent time to be reversed, divide the number of hours the employee was paid in the period covered by the ORS check by the total number of working hours in the month (80 hrs/168=.4762).  Next calculate the percent time to be paid by multiplying the number of hours the employee would have worked in the period covered by the ORS check by 80% (80 hrs x 80% = 16 hrs) and divide by the number of working hours in the month (64 hrs/168 = .3810).

Note in the comments that the transaction is for a workers' compensation adjustment - 80% extended sick leave benefit. Refer to Workers' Compensation PAN Comments for more details on the appropriate PAN comments language and format.  Payroll Services will match the transaction to their copy of the Instruction Sheet.

Vacation and Sick Leave Accruals

Employees should receive accruals at the regular rate for the time they were receiving less than full pay while they were out on workers' compensation, including the time they were entitled to 80% extended sick leave benefits. Adjustments should be made to vacation and sick leave accruals after the employee returns to work. (Refer to Section F2.2 on Processing Leave Usage and Adjustments for information on using the EDLR screen for accrual adjustments.)

E13.1  Workers' Compensation PAN Comments

In order to ensure appropriate processing, departmental PTR Preparers should use the following PAN comments when submitting workers' compensation transactions for an employee.

Example 1 - Workers' Compensation PAN Comments Template

Use this format and language for Workers' Compensation PAN Comments: 

Line 1: Workers' Comp Option (1, 2, 3, 80% ESL, or Wage Loss)

Line 2: Department Code: (The department's 4 digit FS code)

Line 3:  Workers' Comp period (dates on worksheet)

Line 4: Rush check request or Overpayment (if applicable)

Line 5:  Indicate if employee works an alternate work schedule (if applicable).  An alternate work schedule is any schedule other than 8 hours per day, Monday-Friday.

Line 6: Any other comments as needed for PTR preparers or for departmental review.

An example is shown below.

 UCEOMO-E0863                PostAuth Notification           02/28/YY 09:32:38

                                 Comments Entry              Userid:  ABCDE

                                                                 Page 01 of 01

 Employee: BO PEEP                     Preparer: MOTHER NATURE   

       ID: 901000005                   Phone: (310) 794-8723

      Action: AP-Additional Pay        Email: Mothernature@ucla.edu

                                                                             

 --------------------------------- Comments ---------------------------------

 ABCDE      WORKERS’ COMPENSATION OPTION 2 

            DEPARTMENT CODE: 1234

            WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PERIOD 02/10/11 TO 02/19/11

            OVERPAYMENT PLEASE BILL EMPLOYEE

            EMPLOYEE’S WORK SCHEDULE IS 8 HOURS A DAY TUESDAY THROUGH     

            SATURDAY.

                                                                    

                                                                             

 Next Func:

                                                                             

 ===>                                                                         

 F:   1-Help                  3-Return                                       

 F:                           9-UPDATE   10-NotfPrep 11-Detail    

 

Before updating, the preparer must add Payroll Notification in order for Payroll Services to receive a PAN. 

This can be done by pressing the F10 key.

Example 2 - Correction to Workers' Compensation PAN Comments Template

Sometimes the PTR Preparer may need to make a correction to a previously sent workers' compensation transaction, (i.e. change hours, change in DOS code, reverse the transaction, etc.). 

Use the following format and language to make a correction to a previously submitted Workers' Compensation request PAN Comments: 

Line 1: Correction to Workers' Compensation transaction submitted on MM/DD/YY.

Line 2: Workers' Comp period (dates on worksheet)

Line 3: Indicate if Rush check request or Overpayment request (if applicable).

Line 4:  Indicate if employee works an alternate work schedule (if applicable).  An alternate work schedule is any schedule other than 8 hours per day, Monday-Friday.

Line 5: Any other comments as needed for PTR preparers or for departmental review.

An example is shown below.

UCEOMO-E0863                PostAuth Notification           02/28/YY 09:32:38

                                 Comments Entry              Userid:  ABCDE

                                                                 Page 01 of 01

 Employee: BO PEEP                     Preparer: MOTHER NATURE   

       ID: 901000005                   Phone: (310) 794-8723

      Action: AP-Additional Pay        Email: Mothernature@ucla.edu

                                                                             

 --------------------------------- Comments ---------------------------------

 ABCDE      CORRECTION TO WORKERS’ COMP TRANSACTION SUBMITTED ON 02/28/11;

            DEPARTMENT CODE: 1234

            WORKERS’ COMP PERIOD 02/10/11 TO 02/19/11

            RUSH CHECK REQUEST

            EMPLOYEE WORKS 10 HOUR SHIFTS ON TUES, WED, THURS, AND FRI.                                                 

                                                                             

 Next Func:

                                                                             

 ===>                                                                         

 F:   1-Help                  3-Return                                       

 F:                           9-UPDATE   10-NotfPrep 11-Detail    

 

to top


Previous Next