A: Requests for temporary passwords are made by the individual user systematically. Access the Payline Log On page, enter your Employee Number or SSN in the appropriate field, and click on the 'Forgot Password/New Account' button. Follow the prompts generally clicking on 'Accept' at each question. Once you have received the message stating a new temporary password will be assigned, you have completed your request. Your temporary password will either be printed in the message section of the next available pay stub or emailed to your Agency's Payroll Officer. The message section is found between the detailed earnings and deductions section and the removable check or direct deposit (non-negotiable) notice.
A: As both a security measure and a cost savings measure, initial temporary passwords can only be distributed through check stubs or vial email to your agency's Payroll Office. Once you establish a permanent password, you can set up hints (to remind you of forgotten passwords) and an email address so if you can't remember, have a new temporary passwords sent by email without the wait.
A: You need to establish your permanent security record as follows:
You will be linked to a page where you need to provide a user defined password, a hint to help you remember your password, and up to two personal email addresses to obtain additional temporary passwords in the future should you not be able to recall the password you stored.
A: Payline retains 24 months of payroll and leave information.
A: The name and address in Payline are reflective of the information found in the centralized mainframe payroll system. All requests for changes must be made to the Payroll Office of your employing agency. Payline allows you to inform your Payroll Office of these changes by using the Profile Data Inquiry/Change feature off the main menu. Agency policies and procedures may require further action on the employee's part to complete any changes to the information contained in the Payroll/Payline systems.
A: The election to eliminate the print of the direct deposit earnings notice is made from within Payline.
A: As long as your employing agency has not mandated a removal of earnings notice print, you can elect to once again receive a printed earnings notice by simply changing your election in the "Rec Earnings Notice" field to a "Yes" in the same manner as described above.
A: Not at this time. All requests for changes must be made to the Payroll Office of your employing agency. Payline allows you to inform your Payroll Office of these changes by using the Profile Data Inquiry/Change feature off the main menu. Federal and State regulations require the employee to complete certain forms to implement these changes in the Payroll system. Links to printable forms are provided on the web page.
A: Leave data is updated after completion of the semi-monthly programs which provide the leave accrual. Typically this data is available on payday.
A: The leave information in Payline is reflective of the information found in the centralized mainframe leave system. All inquiries related to the balances of the leave transaction detail must be directed to the Human Resource Office of your employing agency.
A: Payline reflects leave information for those agencies that elect to participate in the centralized leave accounting system. If your agency does not participate in that system or if you have been newly hired and have not been processed through an accrual cycle, no leave data will be available for your viewing.
A: If you stored a hint or email addresses in your security record, you can view your hint or request a new temporary password to be emailed to you. Access the Payline Log On page, enter your SSN or Employee Number in the appropriate field, click on the 'Forgot Password/New Account' button and follow the prompts accordingly. If you did not store an email address, your new temporary password will be printed on your next available pay stub or emailed to your agency's Payroll Officer.
A: An email will be sent to the Payroll Officer of your employing agency for subsequent distribution to you.
A: You have two options. First you can change your print properties to print landscape. Second, instead of printing from the Payment Information page, you can click on 'View Pay Stub' and print the pay stub facsimile that does fit on a portrait page.
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