OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND LABOR RELATIONS PAYROLL
PAY STATEMENT INFORMATION
(A)Pay Period and Pay Date
Pay period is the period covered by the payment. Pay date is the date your check is issued or the date your direct deposit is credited to your bank account.
Each bi-weekly pay period begins on a Sunday, runs two weeks, and ends on a Saturday. The pay period shown on your pay statement indicates the dates for which you are being paid for regular hours worked. If you are a full-time employee, a part-time support staff employee, Continuing Education Teacher or Non-Teaching Adjunct these dates accurately reflect the period covered by your payroll check. If you are a teaching adjunct faculty member or a CLIP (Hourly), however, these dates do not accurately reflect the period covered by your payroll check. This is due to the unique payment calculation method utilized for paying teaching adjuncts and CLIP (Hourly). (Click Here to view Calculation of Pay section.)
The payroll number "465" identifies the agency as Kingsborough Community College.
Work Unit designates employee classifications for timekeeping purposes. The following Work Units are currently in use at Kingsborough:
The check number is the City's payment number. If a "Z" precedes the number, your pay is deposited directly to your bank account. If a "C" precedes the number, your pay is being made available to you via a paper check.
The distribution number refers to payroll distribution codes used for sorting of payroll checks. The following Distribution Numbers are currently in use at Kingsborough:
Your pension number is shown if you are a member of one of New York City's pension systems. Contact Detrice McPhatter, Benefits Officer, Room A-207, extension 6525, if you believe there is a discrepancy.
Your bank's ABA number is shown here. This is a routing number that identifies your banking institution and is utilized for direct deposit of net pay.
JSN identifies your Job Sequence Number. The JSN is a one (1) digit code assigned to each job an employee has on PMS. An employee may have two or more active jobs in the same agency in which case he/she will have multiple JSN's on the PMS System (e.g. a faculty member may have a JSN 1 designation on a full-time position and a JSN 2 on an overload position).
Your withholding status including marital status and number of withholding allowances for federal tax withholding purposes. This reflects information you submitted on your W-4 Withholding Allowance Certificate.
A is single
If you believe that there is a problem with your federal tax withholding on your payroll check, please contact the Human Resources Office immediately. We will review our records to insure that payroll information appearing on the PMS system is consistent with information provided by you on your W-4 Withholding Allowance Certificate.
Your withholding status including marital status and number of withholding allowances for state tax withholding purposes. This reflects information you submitted on your IT-2104 New York State Withholding Allowance Certificate.
A is single
If you believe that there is a problem with your state tax withholding on your payroll check, please contact the Human Resources Office immediately. We will review our records to insure that payroll information appearing on the PMS system is consistent with information provided by you on your IT-2104 Withholding Allowance Certificate.
Reference number is an employee identification number that is automatically assigned to the employee by the PMS system and is unique to each employee.
Check Digit is a one-digit code between 0-9 automatically assigned to an employee by the PMS System based on the employee's Social Security Number. PMS transactions cannot be processed if the check digit does not match the employee's Social Security Number. The check digit assists the PMS system in checking against errors.
Your name is shown here as it appears in PMS. Please contact the Human Resources Office if there are any spelling errors, or if your name has changed.
Total earnings this period includes all earnings in this pay period. Total earnings year to date is based on the current calendar year beginning with the first pay period in January. As long as the pay date occurs within the current calendar year, the total monies paid for the pay period, regardless of actual date earned, will be included in the current year to date figure.
These are the amounts withheld as required by federal, state, and local laws and depend upon your earnings, marital status, and number of withholding allowances.
The City Waiver is an additional withholding for City employees who live outside the City and subject to the requirements of Section 1127 of the New York City Charter. It is our understanding that Section 1127 of the New York City Charter does not apply to employees of the City University of New York.
Total deductions this period indicates the sum of your taxes and all other deductions which may include health insurance, union dues, pension contributions, pre-tax benefit programs, CUNY Campaign deductions, etc.
Earnings data provides specific information regarding earnings paid in this period.
The Human Resources Office strongly recommends that you retain your pay stubs for future reference, if needed. There is only one pay stub produced by the PMS System for each payroll check or direct deposit generated on a given paydate. The Payroll Distribution Office distributes that pay stub to each employee. Our office, therefore, does not have duplicate pay stubs available for distribution.
Our office will send out Personnel Data Forms (PDF's) to faculty members, which will include specific information on items included in their payroll checks. Every effort will be made to have each PDF include the payroll date(s) on which the item of pay is expected to be included. These PDF's are mailed out after payroll checks have been issued. Faculty members are advised to review the appropriate pay stub when they receive a PDF to confirm that payment was received as described on the PDF form.
The date through which your leave balances are shown. The PMS system does not provide
timekeeping capabilities for any of our faculty titles. The PMS system, therefore,
does not provide Leave Balances information for any faculty titles. We recommend that
Part-time Support Staff communicate with their timekeeper in HR to ensure time and leave balance is up-to-date.
Your net pay is the difference between this period's total earnings (gross pay) and this period's total deductions.
The type of leave balances in hours and minutes are shown here for support staff employees only.
The use of leave balances is considered an exception event and is recorded on a two-week lag. The "Leave Balance As Of" date reflects the two-week lag.
Leave accruals will appear on pay stubs as follows for the remainder of the current
calendar year (https://www1.nyc.gov/site/opa/my-pay/leave-accrual-calendar.page)
(V) Other Itemized Deductions
Other itemized deductions indicate what deductions are for, amounts deducted, and, if applicable, goal amounts and number of installments remaining (e.g. applicable for pension loans). There is sufficient room for eight deductions on most pay stubs. If you have more than eight deductions, seven will be detailed and the remainder will be combined in the last entry with an accompanying notation of "Other". Please contact the Human Resources Office for information on what specific deduction(s) are included under the "Other" designation.
Some of the more common itemized deduction designations, which might appear on your pay stub, are as follows:
* Please note that an itemized deduction with the notation "PSC-CUNY WF" indicates a deduction being made by the PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund. Instructional staff employees enroll in the various available optional plans (e.g. Optional Life Insurance, Optional Disability Insurance, Long-Term Care Coverage, etc.) directly with the Welfare Fund; therefore, this information is not available in the Office of Human Resources. For information regarding items included in this deduction, please contact the PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund Office at 61 Broadway, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10006 (212) 354-5230.