Forms for salary and payroll
- Jarema Credit: A teacher or other non-supervisory pedagogue who has rendered satisfactory service as a regular appointee or a regular substitute for up to two years or more and has been appointed to the same rank, subject and level area in day school at an annual salary, may have the probationary period of three years reduced by as much as two years upon verification of such previous service.
- Traveling Tenure: Non-supervisory pedagogic appointees who were tenured in another school district located within New York State may apply to have their probationary period reduced by one year.
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.
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.
Use this form to submit a withdrawl of your resignation to the DOE.
- Excessing Guidelines
Excessing is the process of reducing staff in a particular school or office when the number of available positions in a title or license area in that school is lower than the number of people in the school who require an assignment in that title or license area.
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.
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Upon resignation, termination or retirement, pedagogues are entitled to receive half of their sick leave balance (up to 100 days).
A Q&A on per session employment.
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.
- 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.
This document from the Bureau of Salary Differentials and Status describes the requirements for approved areas of specialization.
Frequently asked questions about the DOE's salary application system.
A guide to applying for a salary differential on the DOE's salary application system.
A guide to applying for salary steps and differentials on the DOE's salary application system.
A guide to applying for a salary upgrade for paraprofessionals on the DOE's salary application system.
A guide to applying for a salary step on the DOE's salary application system.
A step-by-step guide for paraprofessionals applying for salary upgrades.
This form is for payroll secretaries.
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This form is used to request a correction or duplicate W-2 for the current tax year and/or the three previous years. Requests for earlier W-2s are handled by the Office of Payroll Administration or the Office of Employment Records Research.