Pre-collected benefits deductions

Benefits-eligible faculty members and academic professionals paid on an academic pay schedule will notice additional deductions withheld from their paychecks beginning in March and ending with the spring semester. Pre-collected benefits deductions for health care, life or short-term disability will cover summer benefits premiums. Normally, there are six pay dates with pre-collected benefits deductions in spring 2019. There will be six pay dates with pre-collected benefits deductions withheld beginning on the March 15, 2019 pay date and ending on the May 24, 2019 日本一本道a不卡免费pay date to cover summer benefits.

日本一本道a不卡免费Two deductions for each benefits plan will appear on paychecks: Standard benefits deductions, plus pre-collected benefits deductions.

Please budget accordingly. Any unpaid pre-collected benefits deductions will be withheld from paychecks either in the summer or fall based on the following statements:

  • If unpaid status for a summer or grant-funded job or jobs, any missed deductions will be withheld over the summer.
  • If unpaid status over the summer, any missed deductions will be withheld from the first and, if applicable, second paycheck or paychecks in the fall.

Deductions for flexible spending accounts and the health savings account are not pre-collected. Upon return to paid status, annual election balances are recalculated and withheld equally from the remaining paychecks in the calendar year.

日本一本道a不卡免费Faculty or academic professionals paid on a fiscal pay schedule with benefits deductions withheld over 12 months or 26 paychecks are not required to pay pre-collected benefits deductions.

Payment option reminder: After the first full academic year of employment, faculty and academic professionals can change their pay schedule from academic to fiscal for the next fiscal year, provided a pay option form is submitted to their department’s HR representative by April 30 each year. Watch your ASU email for information from ASU benefits communications each spring.

Nonstandard and nonacademic contracts

More than nine, but less than 12 months

Working less than 12 months

Standard and pre-collected benefits deductions will be taken for faculty and academic professionals with contracts more than nine months but less than 12 months while in paid status. In June through August at the end of their contracts, these employees will be placed on a short-work break with benefits but no pay.

Note: If applicable, any overpayment of benefits deductions will be refunded.

日本一本道a不卡免费Nonacademic positions are not eligible for pre-collected benefits deductions. Staff employees working less than 12 months each year will be placed on a short-work break with benefits, but no pay.

Note: Please budget accordingly. Missed benefits deductions will be taken out of the first and, if applicable, second paycheck when staff members return to paid status.

Summer hires

Benefits eligibility criteria New — not previously employed in spring

State and university benefits package: Regularly scheduled to work .50 FTE or more 20 or more hours per week for an anticipated duration of at least 90 consecutive days, including all sessions or semesters — fall, spring or summer A, B or C.

 

Refer to summer faculty positions chart日本一本道a不卡免费 for samples.

日本一本道a不卡免费If only working in the summer, the summer position would be a variable SUM or WTR faculty, regardless of FTE. They are not eligible for benefits, because they will not work for a minimum of 90 consecutive days.

 

日本一本道a不卡免费If working in both summer and fall below .50 FTE, the summer position is SUM or WTR faculty — variable. The fall position is faculty associate - variable - and must be .40 FTE or less.

 

If working in both summer and fall at .50 FTE or more. the summer position is SUM Instructor — not pre-collected — NT or NC academic. The fall position is Instructor — NT or NC academic.

 

日本一本道a不卡免费If working in summer below .50 FTE and working in fall at .50 FTE or more, the summer position is SUM or WTR faculty - variable. The fall position is Instructor — NT or NC academic.

 

If working in summer at .50 FTE or more and working in the fall below .50 FTE, the summer position is SUM or WTR faculty — variable. The fall position is faculty associate — variable — and must be .40 FTE or less.

 

Note for 12-month contract summer hires: Positions at 0.50 FTE or more for 90 days or longer are eligible for benefits and mandatory retirement.

 

 

 

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