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  1. Where is the annual salary calculator that converts semester pay into annual salary for exempt ePAFs? On RaiderLink > A&F Work Tools > AFISM > Resources website is an ePAF Calculator, with a drop-dow list of three procedures.  Choose the Multipurpose Calculator, which will convert semester pay to annual salary.  It has an added benefi... Read More
  2. How do I know if I am a non-exempt employee? Answer: Non-exempt employees are paid semi-monthly.   Hours are turned in on a semi-monthly pay period consisting of either the 1st thru the 15th or 16th thru EOM.   These hours are turned in thru WTE or a third party time clock system.   Check w... Read More
  3. When is the best time to move an employee from a non-exempt to an exempt job or vice versa? Category:  Payroll   Question:  When is the best time to move an employee from a non-exempt to an exempt job or vice versa?   Answer:  It is recommended moving employees from a non-exempt to an exempt job or vice versa at the beginning of a pay... Read More
  4. How do I decide whether to use an Exempt, Nonexempt or Faculty ePAF? You determine whether to use Exempt, Nonexempt, or Faculty/TA/GPTI according to the Employee Class code for the T-position to which the employee will be appointed. Each job title in the Texas Tech Pay Plan is classified as “Exempt,” “Nonexempt,... Read More
  5. Can each employee have two approvers for a non-exempt time sheet or does the department have the same two approvers for all non-exempt employees in the department? Category:  Payroll   Question:  Can each employee have two approvers or does the department have the same two approvers for all non-exempt employees in the department?   Answer:  The answer to both is yes.  First about approvers for Web Time En... Read More
  6. A pay increase PAF for a nonexempt employee has applied but WTE timesheet has the old rate. Will the employee be paid at the old rate or at the new rate? When an employee opens the timesheet for the first time, the current rate is listed on the timesheet.  The rate in the header is not updated during the pay period and does not reflect any recently applied pay changes.  During the payroll cycle at t... Read More
  7. How is semi monthly pay calculated? All non exempt employees will be paid based on the hours worked.  Each pay period, the number of work days and hours can fluctuate.  Therefore, non exempt employee payments may vary depending on the number of work days in a pay period.  As a resul... Read More
  8. Can employees choose not to be paid semi-monthly? No.  Beginning January 2009, all non exempt employees will be paid semi-monthly.... Read More
  9. Will semi-monthly pay be equal to half the my current monthly pay? No.  All non-exempt employees will be paid based on the actual hours worked during the pay period.... Read More
  10. When do semi-monthly employees receive their longevity pay? Semi-monthly employees receive their longevity pay when we run the second semi-monthly payroll consisting of the 16th thru the end of the month that pays on the 10th of the month.... Read More
  11. I am a semi-monthly (hourly) employee and I wanted to know when I get my leave accruals? Semi-monthly (hourly) employees will receive their leave accruals when we run the first semi-monthly payroll of the 1st thru the 15th that is paid on the 25th of the month.... Read More
  12. Are monthly leave accruals available for use as of the first of the month, or must I wait until they appear in my Leave Balances by the 25th of the month? Answer: Monthly leave accruals are available for use as of the first of the month.  You do not need to wait until they appear in your Leave Balances before using them.  The Payroll process adds monthly leave accruals to your balance before it subt... Read More
  13. How will deductions for taxes (federal tax, FICA & Medicare) be affected by the change to semi monthly payments? These deductions are calculated as a percentage of the semi monthly pay amount.  The same amount will be deducted on an annual basis under the monthly pay.  There will be no impact on the taxes as a result of this change.... Read More
  14. Can you help me understand Annual Salary? Category:  ePAF   Question:  Could you explain "ANNUAL SALARY"? Is it 12 months or 9 months...or does it depend if faculty, staff or student?   Answer:  Annual Salary is the "rate" at which an exempt employee is paid (as different from nonexempt... Read More
  15. I am a 9 month Faculty member and I want my salary paid over 12 months, how can I do this? You will need to fill out a Faculty 12 Month Salary Spread Request form and scan and email it to Payroll Services at www.webmaster.payroll@ttu.edu.   You can find this form along with other payroll forms on our payroll website under Forms and Proced... Read More
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