The Remote Worker Checklist, taken from the Convenience of the Employer Test (PDF) issued by the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, helps departments determine whether a remote worker's home office constitutes a bona fide employer office.
The factors are divided into three categories: the primary factor, secondary factors, and other factors.
The following codes are currently in use in Workday to aid in determining payment with benefit information for special allowances made to employees. If you have any questions concerning these codes, please contact University Payroll.
Endowed colleges have different minimum and full benefit rates. Contract colleges have a single rate for minimum and full applications that is based on the funding source.
Employees can enter their own time edits in Workday for up to six months after the date of the time taken. After six months, a manager or payroll representative must record the edit using the Retro for WDTT Time and Time Off Blocks form.