| If an employee is going to contribute by payroll deduction
and the employee gets paid semi-monthly,
from which paycheck will
the contribution be deducted?
Employees who are paid semi-monthly will
have ½ of their designated monthly pledge to SECC deducted from
each paycheck. The pledge year starts on December 1st, so the first
deduction for employees paid semi-monthly will
be their paycheck for the pay period ending December 15th.
Employees who are paid monthly will see their deduction on the
The period for payroll deduction is from December 1 to
November 30. There is no overlap from previous pledge years.
| When I choose
to contribute as a payroll deduction, can I designate any
||Yes. However, if you are using a paper pledge
form and want to give to
more than nine (9) agencies, you will need to
complete another form for the additional charities.
| What if an employee wants to use the payroll
deduction, but does not want to put his/her Social Security
number on the form?
|| The employee must use their R number on
the form. R numbers are available on the employees payroll
earnings statement. The use of Social Security numbers is not
on any forms. Employees can determine their R number by using
the following link on the Human Resources website:
Click here to view your employee R#...
the smallest amount someone can donate on a payroll
||$2 per month per agency code.
deductions be taken if someone only opts for the 9 month pay
||The deductions start
with the January check and will continue until the nine (9) month
commitment is concluded. If an employee works January - May and
then returns in September, the deductions will commence
again with the September pay periods.
|What is the minimum number of months allowable for a payroll
||Three (3) months.
|When will the department goals be published?
||TTU goals can be viewed
and TTUS goals can be viewed
|How do I
find out who the coordinator is for my area?
||TTU coordinators can be viewed
here and TTUS coordinators can be viewed
|How are the funds distributed to the
Contributions made by state agency employees are
distributed by the State Comptroller to participating
federations, who then send the funds along to their members.
Each university distributes funds to federations through its own
payroll system. At the local level, the Local Campaign Manager
distributes the funds the same way. However, because it is almost
impossible to account for donations lost through such things as
an employee leaving or transferring, a percentage method is used
to distribute funds. At the end of each year's campaign, the
percent of funds pledged to each charity is calculated. Each
charity then receives that percentage of what is eventually
collected. Undesignated one-time gift pledges are shared with all
participating charities using the same percentage. Each charity
also pays its share of the cost of running the campaign (printed
materials, etc.) based upon the same percentage.