The 2016 W-2 process has been completed, and W-2s have been sent for printing. For employees who have not opted out of receiving paper copies, W-2 forms will be mailed to employees' addresses as provided in Workday the week of January 16.
DFA will be processing a biweekly payroll accrual for six days, June 23, 24, 27, 28, 29 & 30, so that the accrual appears as a FY 2016 expense. This is an accrual for financial statement purposes only, there will be no labor ledger entries, nor will it affect effort certification reports.
The 2015 W-2 process has been completed, and W-2s have been sent for printing. If you opted to receive a paper copy of your W-2 by mail, it will be mailed to the address that you have provided in Workday.
Recently, the US Department of Labor (DOL) performed an audit of Cornell’s pay practices. During that audit, some small errors were discovered in pay that had been issued to certain hourly employees during the period from April, 2013 to April 2015.
This class covers in detail the Salary Expense Transfer e-doc, which replaced the legacy Account Distribution Adjustment Form (ADAF) process. It is used to move salaries and benefit charges for a given employee for a particular accounting period (or set of periods) from one or more accounts to one or more other accounts.
Who should attend?
Individuals involved with processing salary expense transfers or who worked with the previous Account Distribution and Adjustment Form (ADAF)