Known Issue: The process to pay hourly employees with different funding sources in Workday was not working as expected, so these employees have been paid from their costing allocation funding source instead. We recommend following the guidance in this matrix to ensure that hourly employees with different funding sources are being paid from the right one.
Currently, many departments manually adjust encumbrances in Workday for hourly employees to make these commitments appear more accurate. These adjustments are necessary because of the constant change to the number of hours worked.
We are currently working on a change that will remove all encumbrances associated with hourly employees from Workday, to ensure that commitments are accurate.
Known Issue: The FICA exemption integration from myWSU to Workday caused some students to be incorrectly marked as non-exempt for the first FLSA sub-period of the first pay cycle of the fall. If a student should be exempt from FICA, we will move non-student hours to student hours or work-study to correct this.
Estimated Time to Resolution: Before next payday on 9/24/2021 » More …
Known Issue: If you use the “Results View from Journal Lines” tab in the Pay section of an employee’s profile, you will receive an error when trying to run the report. We’re removing this tab while we work on a long-term solution.
Salary and benefit obligations are calculated based on specific rates for different employee types. We just loaded FY22 rates into Workday, and these obligations are now updated based on the new rates.
Known Issue: As reported previously, Retro Period information was removed from several reports due to security concerns. A new process called constrained proxy restores access to this information.
Estimated Time to Resolution: Resolved.
Details: Constrained proxy is a new Workday feature that allows you to run specific Workday reports as another person. Because you’re using the other person’s security roles, you’ll see additional data in those reports, including the Payroll Results Line details that include the Retro Period information that was removed due to security concerns. Learn more about constrained proxy and which reports are available here.
Summer Qualified Tuition Reduction (QTR) for students will post with the August 10 paycheck.
Employees will see this listed on their payslips as a contribution made on their behalf. Departments will see the charge hit their budgets on August 10 as well as in their Budget to Actuals or grant reports.