OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND LABOR RELATIONS
More than 80% of employees paid by the New York City's Payroll Management System have
their net pay electronically deposited directly into their bank accounts.
When you enroll in direct deposit, your net pay is transferred electronically to your
bank account. Your pay is available as cash on pay day. You don't have to worry about
lost or stolen paychecks any more, and you don't have to stand in line to cash or
deposit your check. With direct deposit, you can be confident that your pay is deposited
into your account on time and correctly.
If you want to enroll, it's easy. You can obtain an enrollment form and pertinent
instructions from our office at Room A-201 or you can download the enrollment form
Simply complete your name, social security number, type of account-either savings
or checking, the name(s) exactly as it appears on your bank account statement, your
bank's ABA number, and your account number. The safest method for determining your
bank's ABA number is to ask your bank representative to provide it to you.
Sign the form and submit it to our Direct Deposit Coordinator, Ms. Kristine Grosch,
located in our Human Resources Office (Room A-201, Extension #5436), along with the
necessary supporting documentation. Dependent upon the type of account you will be
utilizing for Direct Deposit purposes, you must attach a voided check, preprinted
savings deposit slip, or header of a recent bank savings statement or a formal letter
from your bank. Depending on when the form is processed, your direct deposit will
probably start within one or two pay periods.
You are in control of your funds! You can change your financial institution, designate
a different account, or cancel direct deposit at any time by using the same form used
Once you are enrolled in direct deposit, you will still receive a pay stub documenting
your gross and net pay along with your tax withholding and other Deductions. These
pay stubs are available for distribution at the Bursar's Office (Room A-205).
Any questions related to your pay would continue to be answered directly by the Human