Employees will receive their first paychecks issued from Workday on January 11, 2021. The switch to Workday means several changes to the appearance of employees’ earnings statements. Here’s what you need to know before you look at your first earnings statement from Workday:
Workday for HR and Payroll processes launched on December 16, 2020, while Workday for Finance will launch on January 1, 2021. All financial information will be in Workday by the end of January. Here are more details:
If your time off balances or annual leave accrual rate appears incorrect, please check with your department administrator. If there are still inconsistencies, your department administrator will need to submit a Workday Service Desk ticket for a change on your behalf. Department administrators should use the form “Leave Balances or Leave Accrual is incorrect” on […]
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Over the last year, Modernization and the WSU Payroll Services Department worked together to run multiple comprehensive comparisons of payroll in both the Workday and legacy systems, and have identified several key changes that employees should be aware of before they receive their first check. Here’s what you need to know before your first paycheck […]
As the WSU community prepares for the launch of Workday on Dec. 16, the Modernization Initiative has prepared a checklist of items for all WSU faculty and staff to complete when the system becomes available.
Check out the recently updated to review new process names as well as terms found in Workday. The Terminology Crosswalk is a resource to help connect the dots between common terms and concepts used now to what they will be called in Workday after launch in December.