Item 607 - Time To Be Paid (Old Position)

Entries in this item identify time to be paid from a prior position number when the employee occupied two positions during the pay period of the effective date (Item 210).

 

Coding:

If time to be paid is none, enter "NON" in the hours column
 

Example:

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System
Audits:

607-02 TIME TO BE PAID OLD IS NOT PERMITTED. TRANS EFFECTIVE FIRST DAY OF PAY PERIOD.

If separation effective date is the first day of the pay period for a Trade Rate employee, an entry in Item 607 is not permitted.

607-03 TIME TO BE PAID OLD (DAYS) NOT PERMITTED. HOURLY EMPLOYEES.

If separation is for a Trade Rate employee and salary per is 'H', an entry in Item 607 is not permitted.

607-05 TIME TO PAY OLD MUST BE LESS THAN WORK DAY FOR TIME BASE.

If transaction is a separation and the time base on the prior record is fractional, hours entered in 'time to pay old' must be less than the fractional equivalent of an 8 hour day.

607-06 TIME TO BE PAID (OLD) HOURS INVALID FOR SALARY PER M OR D.

If transaction is a separation and the salary per on the prior record is 'M' or 'D', 'time to pay hours' must be less than 8.
 

Audit
Instructions:

  1. When an academic year employee has any type of change mid-month (reinstatement, time base change, etc.) other than a separation, Items 606 and 607 must be completed even if time is 'NON'.

  2. If erroneous time to be paid has been reported, a corrected transaction must be processed. If appropriate, a F674 must also be submitted to the SCO to establish an accounts receivable or to return an erroneous warrant. Refer to Correcting/Voiding Transactions for further information.

  3. Time to be paid must be keyed on the first line of Items 606/607 except when there is multiple time to be paid on an A60 transaction.

  4. When ’NON’ is entered in error and time should be reflected as days, payments (if requesting a payment of any type) will not issue until time is coded properly (i.e., NON must be deleted).

  5. Refer to Transaction A60.

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