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PayrollNómina de sueldos

Payroll for Community Consolidated School District 59 is processed bi-weekly. In the months that have a third payroll run, most voluntary deductions are excluded such as 403(b), 457, Health Insurance, FSA, and IMRF Voluntary Life Insurance. Union Dues and Credit Union Deductions are included.

Administrators and Non-Negotiated staff contracts are spread out over 24 pays a year, with staff receiving 1/24th of their contract. Certified and ESP staff contracts are spread out over 26 pays a year with the exception of those ESP who have chosen 22 pays a year. Each pay date, employees receive 1/26th (or 1/22nd) of their contract. These amounts do not equate to 2 weeks, or 10 days, worked.

CAMEO staff are paid bi-weekly for actual time worked during a 2 week period ending the previous pay date.


INCREMENTS are paid according to the DEA negotiated agreement for clubs and supervision. They are paid twice a year on the first payday in December and the last payday in June. Building Administrators are responsible for supplying increment pay amounts to Accounting by Thanksgiving and the day after the last day of student attendance at the end of the year. Supervision tracking sheets to track supervision attendance are provided to Building Administrators by Accounting.


EXTRA PAY for staff is paid for hours worked above and beyond an employee’s contractual hours and must be pre-approved by the Building or District Administrator.


OVERTIME for nonexempt staff is paid for hours worked above 40 in any given week. Benefit time is counted toward the forty hours. Any overtime should be pre-approved by the Building Administrator and is paid at time and a half of the employee’s contract hourly rate excluding longevity, if any.


All extra pay, overtime, or non-contractual hourly time must be submitted using Skyward TrueTime to generate pay.


Annual Contract pay dates are applied based on employee types.

Click here for information on 16-17 payroll dates.
Click here for information on 17-18 payroll dates.

Other Payroll Documents

For further information, please contact:
Carolyn Fischer, Payroll Specialist
[email protected]
847/593-4343

 

 

La nómina para el Distrito Escolar Consolidado de la Comunidad 59 se procesa cada dos semanas. En los meses que tienen una tercera nómina, se excluyen la mayoría de las deducciones voluntarias, tales como 403 (b), 457, Seguro Médico, FSA, y Seguro de Vida Voluntario IMRF. Se incluyen las cuotas sindicales y las deducciones de las cooperativas de ahorro y crédito.

Los administradores y los contratos de personal no negociado se reparten en 24 sueldos al año, y el personal recibe 1/24 de su contrato. Los contratos de personal certificado y de ESP se reparten más de 26 sueldos al año, con la excepción de los ESP que han elegido 22 paga un año. Cada fecha de pago, los empleados reciben 1/ 26 (o 1/22) de su contrato. Estas cantidades no equivalen a 2 semanas, o 10 días, trabajadas.

El personal de CAMEO se paga dos veces por semana por el tiempo real trabajado durante un período de 2 semanas que termina la fecha de pago anterior.


LOS INCREMENTOS se pagan según el acuerdo negociado por la DEA para los clubes y la supervisión. Se pagan dos veces al año en el primer día de pago en diciembre y el último día de pago en junio. Los administradores de edificios son responsables de proveer cantidades de pago por incremento a Contabilidad por Acción de Gracias y el día después del último día de asistencia estudiantil al final del año. Las hojas de seguimiento de supervisión para supervisar la asistencia de la supervisión se proporcionan a los administradores de edificios por contabilidad.


PAGO EXTRA para el personal se paga por horas trabajadas por encima y más allá de las horas contractuales de un empleado y debe ser pre-aprobado por el edificio o administrador del distrito.


LAS HORAS EXTRAS para el personal no exento se pagan por horas trabajadas por encima de 40 en una semana determinada. El tiempo de beneficio es contado hacia las cuarenta horas. Cualquier hora extra debe ser pre-aprobada por el Administrador del Edificio y se paga a tiempo y medio de la tarifa horaria del contrato del empleado, excluyendo la longevidad, si la hay.


Toda la remuneración adicional, las horas extraordinarias o el tiempo horario no contractual se deben enviar usando Skyward TrueTime para generar pago.


Las fechas anuales de pago del contrato se aplican en función de los tipos de empleados.

Haga clic aquí para obtener información sobre fechas de nómina 16-17.

Haga clic aquí para obtener información sobre fechas de nómina 17-18.

Otros documentos de nómina

Para más información, contactar con:
Carolyn Fischer, Especialista en nómina
[email protected]
847/593-4343

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