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DOE Documents for Salary/Payroll
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Salary Steps and Differentials
This document describes the proper format for a letter from your college or university for the purpose of using "excess credits" toward your BA +30 or +60 differentials.
This guide explains how teachers can apply for salary step placement and differentials, and provides salary differential information for school social workers, school psychologists, guidance counselors and laboratory specialists.
School secretaries who believe they may be eligible for either or both salary differentials in accordance with the requirements listed below should file immediately upon attaining eligibility in order to receive payment, if approved, on the earliest possible effective date.
This document from the Bureau of Salary Differentials and Status describes the requirements for approved areas of specialization.
This chart summarizes the salary differentials for teachers and the types of credits acceptable for each.
This regulation governs the provision of per session services by pedagogic employees. It explains when per session may be served and sets forth the process to be followed for approval of per session hours.
Your Premium TransitChek MetroCard will not work as of Tuesday, February 1, 2011. The City’s relationship with TransitCenter for Commuter Benefits ends on January 31, 2011. As of February 1, 2011, the City’s Commuter Benefits relationship is solely with WageWorks.
The NYC Department of Education’s Office of Payroll Administration, in collaboration with the City’s Office of Payroll Administration, generates summer pay-checks prior to the end of the fiscal year. Therefore, please be advised that for payroll banks Q742, Q744, and E745 the enrollment, change, and cancellation period for the following Payroll Benefit Programs will close on May 1, 2013: Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT-direct deposit) of employee paychecks; Wage Works/Transit Benefit Program; 529 College Savings Program.
The City of New York has changed and expanded the Commuter Benefits Program to offer access to new Transit Plans and many more Transit Providers throughout the Tri-State area.
A Q&A on per session employment.
Personnel Memorandum #25, 1996-1997: Information For Survivors of a Deceased Pedagogical or Administrative Employee
This directory should be a valuable source of information to survivors or executors designated to handle the estate of a deceased employee.
Personnel Memorandum #3, 2012-2013: Procedures for Additional Compensation for Teachers in Shortage License Areas for the Fall 2012 Term
This memorandum is to remind you of the necessity to submit applications for additional compensation for teachers in shortage license areas ("In Lieu of Preparation Periods") for the time period of Sept. 4, 2012 through Jan. 31, 2013.