The Payroll Office is committed to producing a timely and accurate payroll. Non-exempt employees are paid on the 10th and 25th of each month and are required to submit a Non-Exempt Attendance Report or Recap Timesheet on the last working day of each period. Normally they are the15th and last working day of each month.
The Payroll Processing Schedule is published to department administrators between the 25th and last day of each month via email and includes any exceptions to the standard submission dates.
We strongly encourage you to review your earnings statement each pay period to identify any errors as quickly as possible. You are your best resource to ensure that your pay is correct. If you discover a discrepancy in your check, please contact your supervisor/manager first. He or she will research the problem and contact the Payroll or Human Resource Office, as appropriate, to initiate resolution.
If you have any questions regarding the payroll schedule or process, please email or call (202) 319-5512.
Non-Exempt Attendance Report
To ensure that your timesheet is processed in a timely manner, please hand deliver the original attendance report to the Payroll Office on the period end date. Inter-office mail does not guarantee same-day or next-day delivery. Faxed timesheets will not be accepted or processed. Attendance reports must be signed and dated by both employee and supervisor/manager. Recaps must be signed and dated by both Preparer and Approver.
Clearly mark "Revisions' as such to avoid confusion.
Off-Cycle Check Requests
The Payroll Office does not produce off-cycle checks on demand. Corrections will be processed in the next regular payroll cycle. Off-cycle checks will be produced at the discretion of the Director of Payroll and will be issued no sooner than three days following the pay date. The supervisor/manager should contact Payroll to determine the required documentation for an off-cycle check request.
The Direct Deposit form should be completed to set up automated deposits to your checking, savings or investment accounts. The normal setup time is one pay period.