I am a transfer student and have completed AlcoholEdu when I started at my previous community college. I got an email saying I need to send uconn my results showing that I passed the test. When I go to fill out the form, it asks for my PeopleSoft Number. I do not remember what my PeopleSoft Number is when I finished the test so does anyone know how to find it?
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My partner works for the federal government and has had awful issues with Phoenix continuously for about five years now. Most of these issues have amounted to her extending the federal government interest-free loans for up to a year because they can't figure out to pay her properly. Until now, though, she has managed, eventually, to get what she's owed through back pay and income tax refunds.
However, her current situation is a genuine disaster. She worked in several different positions in 2019 with higher pay rates and some overtime. As usual, Phoenix could not manage to give her an honest paycheque: she was constantly paid at her former rate and no overtime was included. So she was being paid, but considerably less than what she was owed. Finally, toward the end of the year, Phoenix figured out how much back pay she was owed and cut her a cheque. But how they did it seems to me to amount to accounting fraud and it has serious implications for her tax burden for the 2019 tax year.
In short, instead of simply cutting her a cheque for the amount of her back pay and overtime pay (i.e., the amount over and above what she had been paid), Phoenix cut her a cheque for the entire salary she would have earned during the relevant period had she not been paid anything at all. Then they deducted tax from that (huge) amount. From that net amount, they then subtracted what she had in fact been paid during the relevant period and they counted it as an after-tax deduction. As a result, the cheque she received was *far* less than it should have been because she paid a massive amount of tax.
We believed that this was just another interest-free loan and she'd recoup that money when she filed her taxes. But she opened her T4 yesterday to discover that her gross income is far, far higher than what it should be. The reason for this is that the paycheque Phoenix cut her for her back pay double-counted a whole bunch of salary, but when they tried to account for the double-counting, they subtracted what she had already been paid as an after-tax deduction instead of simply correcting her gross pay and taxing her accordingly (or just not double-counting salary in the first place). I am not an accountant, but I cannot understand how this is consistent with the basic principles of accounting.
As you can imagine, instead of being owed a huge refund, her messed up T4 entails that she now owes tens of thousands of dollars in income tax because... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello. My friend was admitted to the university for the previous Fall semester. Unfortunately, he was not able to sign up for classes due to some financial aid problems. Now it has been resolved and tried to add classes for the Spring, but is unable to enroll in any classes in his cart.
He spoke to an admissions advisor and are saying that his account has been de-activated and that he needs to re-apply in order to enroll.
He only missed one semster but now he has to re-apply. I could not find any specific documentation about this and I am hoping that someone here is more knowledgeable about this subject or can lead me to documents that talks about this.
TLDR: Friend didn't sign up for classes for one semester and now has to re-apply to UH to sign up for classes.
When presented with an opportunity to move to a new job at another department, what should one take into consideration regarding pay? Will the pay file transfer take a long time due to Phoenix? Will pay continue as normal from the old department until the file is transferred? Is it worth not taking a promotion at another department based on how Phoenix might affect your pay and ability to support your family?
A HR professional I know who is looking to get further into their HRIS career and sees a lot of jobs require Workday experience which he does not have. Does anyone have a recommendation what steps to take so an employer may consider him for his HRIS experience that uses Workday?
Are their certs/classes and such that are recommended?
I have had my resume on peoplesoft internally for many years. However, I'm ready to leave this shit hole and I was trying to copy it to my personal USB drive so that I can use it as a template to update it. Come to find out that I can't even open the USB drive. They must have updated something because It didn't use to be like that since that's how I put it on peoplesoft to begin with. So, how the fuck do they expect you to post your resume in peoplesoft if they have the god damn computer locked down so you can't access a simple USB drive to transfer it?
Anyhow, does anyone know a way to open a USB drive on these piece of shit PCs?