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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some questions frequently asked by administrative personnel. If you have additional questions, please contact the Human Resources and Payroll.

Administrative FAQ's


Q: How many hours can a non-benefited employee work per week?
A:
Per Policy 128: A timeslip/temporary employee is a person employed in a position of intermittent or limited duration not to exceed one year, a seasonal position, or in a position working less than seventeen and one-half hours per week if hired before August 1, 2003, or twenty hours per week if hired on or after August 1, 2003 or less than five months per year.

Q: What do I do if an employee turns in a time card for a previous pay period?
A:
  Fill out a Timeslip from the forms page and submit to Human Resources and Payroll. The hours will be paid on the next regular pay period. A department should never carry over the hours and enter the next pay period.

Q: What do I do if an employee turns in a leave card for a previous pay period?
A: 
Submit the leave card to Human Resources and Payroll.  The hours will be entered on the next regular pay period. A department should never carry over the hours and enter the next pay period.

Q: If an hourly employee receives a pay rate change but the paperwork was late, how do I give the employee back pay for the difference in rates?
A:
  Fill out a Timeslip from the forms page and submit to Human Resources and Payroll.  Please note on the Timeslip that it is a pay adjustment due to the pay rate change, not a late Timeslip.  If that is not noted, it may result in the hours being paid twice.

Q: If a salaried employee receives a pay rate change but the paperwork was late, how do I give the employee back pay for the difference in rates?
A:
  Human Resources and Payroll will automatically calculate and add on the pay adjustment to the next regular pay period.  You do not need to submit anything.

Q: If a benefited employee terminates employment, how do I pay out their annual and/or sick leave balances?
A: 
Human Resources and Payroll will automatically calculate and pay out any remaining annual and sick leave (if applicable) balances on the pay period following the employee’s last regular payday.


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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-8961 / Fax: (701) 231-9686
Campus address: SGC 102
Physical/delivery address: 1919 University Dr N, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 3140 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Human Resources/Payroll

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 10:18:02 AM