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We're here to help you find answers to your payroll questions and give you access to the tools you need. We welcome your feedback about our site - please let us know how we're doing!   


My Paycheck - View your payslip, look up payroll dates, sign up for direct deposit and more.   

Leave and Time Off - Find accrual information, along with FMLA and Military Leave information and processes.   

My Timecard - Find help with your timecard through quick reference, the Time & Attendance Change form, and training information.

Learning Library - Throughout the Payroll Division website, you will find online tutorials, reference guides and more. In the Learning Library, you will find all of the tutorials and reference guides in one place.

Manager Resources - Support for the City's managers. 

OHR Resources - Support for the City's Office of Human Resources and Safety HR.


 
 2012 Performance Pay Increase Schedule Minimize
2012 Performance Pay Increase Schedule

Employees who received a performance pay increase for 2012 will receive their new pay rate on the 3/29/2013 paycheck. Your pay rate can be found on your pay check stub in the same area as your Employee ID number, Department name, Location and Job Title. For instructions on how to view your paycheck stub on DOT, please review our View Payslips web page.

On the 4/12/2013 pay check, employees who received a performance pay increase for 2012 will receive retro payment for hours between 1/6/2013 – 3/9/2013. 

What is Retro Pay? 

Retro pay calculates the difference between what was earned at the previous rate and the new rate, and applies that to all earnings between 1/6/2013 – 3/9/2013.

 Any leave without pay taken between 1/6/2013 – 3/9/2013 is also subject to the new rate. 

What happens if an employee is at the top of the pay range?

If an employee is at the top of the pay range (pay range maximum) he/she will not receive an increase in base pay. Instead, the employee will receive a lump sum payment equal to 1% of his/her annual salary. This payment will be on the 4/12/2013 paycheck. 

If you have any questions about performance pay increases, please check out the Performance Management web page, or contact total compensation at compensation@denvergov.org. Please contact the Controller’s Office, Payroll Division with any payroll or leave related questions.


Posted on March 28, 2013 (Archive on May 27, 2013)
Posted by milletx  Contributed by milletx
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