Please create a Cherwell Ticket here through the self-service portal. Once you enter the portal you will be able to choose Paycheck Issue below the category Payroll & HCM Operations. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When is pay day?
Monthly Employees: Pay day is the last working day of the month. To view the payroll calendars, click here then select the Payroll Production calendar.
Bi-Weekly Employees: Bi-weekly employees are paid every other Friday based on time entered into My Leave. To view the bi-weekly payroll calendar, click here.
Where can I find information about payroll deductions?
Select the CU Resources tab. (CU System employees can skip this step.)
Open the CU Resources Home dropdown menu at the top, center of the page and select My Info and Pay.
Choose the W-2 tile. Employees will be prompted to verify their identity before they can access this information.
If employees see two W-2s (CU and CUR), we recommend they submit the ADP W-2 with their tax filing. This W-2 is a combination of CU and CUR wage and tax information.
Submitting multiple W-2s from the same company or with the same EIN may cause confusion with the IRS and states. This may cause a delay in processing their tax return.
*If you are no longer a CU Employee, the W-2 will be mailed to your mailing address on file on or after February 1st.
Questions regarding the W-2s, information can be found here.
For additional assistance, please contact an Employee Services payroll professional at 303-860-4200, option 2.
When do I submit my timesheet?
All staff and 12-month faculty must submit a timesheet every pay period (bi-weekly or monthly). Leave and hours worked are reported using My Leave. Exempt employees should report any exception time (leave). Non-exempt employees should report all hours worked. If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
To view step-by step on how to set-up your preferences or enter your time in My Leave, click here.
Do I qualify for FMLA or short/long term disability?
There are a couple different qualifications that you must meet in order to go our on FMLA or disability. Please create a Cherwell Ticket here through the self-service portal. Once in the portal, select FMLA under the Employee Relations category. The HR Compliance Coordinator will promptly get back with you to explain the steps needed to take for FMLA or go out on disability.
I have plenty of sick and vacation time, do I have to file for FMLA?
Yes, FMLA is federally mandated.
How do I conduct Performance Management?
We require managers and employees to conduct a formal annual performance review based on the requirements specific to their employment group. This review documents and highlights the previous year’s accomplishments and overall performance.
Requirements and timeline are different for university and classified staff as well as for faculty. For information on evaluation dates, deadlines, rating scales, forms and training opportunities, visit the Performance Management page.
How do I schedule team building for my team?
Please submit a Cherwell Ticket here through the self-service portal. Once in the portal, select Training Requestsunder the Employee Relations category. The Employee Relations Team Lead/Training Coordinator will contact you to get more information about your team and set up team building session or series.
I have a benefits question, who do I ask?
Employee Services handles everything from PERA, 401s, Healthcare, Dental, Short or Long term Disability, Life Insurance and more. If you are wanting more information on these topics you can call Employee Services at 1-855-216-7740 Option#3. Please have your employee ID# ready. Or visit their website.
Yes! Employee Services will be happy to answer any questions over the phone regarding your benefits or you can schedule an appointment to meet with a representative on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. You can reach Employee Services at 855-216-7740 Option #3.
What is the difference between transfer, demotion and reinstatement?
You must be a current state classified employee in the same job class or in a job class at the same grade maximum. In addition, you must meet the general and special qualifications of the specific position.
You must be a current state classified employee in a job class which is at a higher grade maximum than the vacancy. In addition, you must meet the general and special qualifications of the specific position.
You must have been a certified state classified employee in the same job class or in a job class at the same grade maximum and left state government in good standing. In addition, you must meet the general and special qualifications of the specific position.