Friday, January 4, 2013

Cal HR: "Applications for a loan and/or a cash-out of accrued vacation hours or comp time to assist employees during the conversion to a biweekly pay cycle have been received."

Does this kind of stuff get figured into the huge cost savings numbers touted by Operational Excellence initiatives? How much does the delay(s) cost?

"During curtailment, the CalTime team conducted an extensive evaluation, and we have concluded that the campus is not ready for CalTime to be rolled out in January to non-exempt employees (those eligible to earn overtime). Our campus currently has a multitude of timekeeping solutions and processes, and the situation was more complex than we had previously anticipated. Standardizing on a single timekeeping platform has taken longer than planned, and we need additional time to ensure a successful transition.

As it is not possible for the campus to transition to a biweekly pay cycle ahead of the CalTime transition for non-exempts, biweekly pay will be delayed for non-exempt employees. (Note: biweekly pay only impacts non-exempt employees; exempt employees are not moving to biweekly pay). Although a new solution will be a number of months away, we will send out a revised CalTime and biweekly pay rollout schedule by the end of January.

Applicants for the Biweekly Transition Assistance Program (Non-Exempt Employees only)

Applications for a loan and/or a cash-out of accrued vacation hours or comp time to assist employees during the conversion to a biweekly pay cycle have been received.
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