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Personnel Policy Manual

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3007 - Payroll Deductions -- Automatic Deposit

Payroll Deductions

Any employee wishing to start a payroll deduction program or make a change in his/her current payroll deductions should complete the appropriate sections of the "Personnel Action Notice" (PAN), which can be obtained from the Human Resources Department, and returning it, completed and signed, to the Human Resources Division.

The payroll deductions currently available to City employees are as follows:

  • Colonial Short Term Disability Insurance
  • Financial Institutions – (maximum of 2 per employee)
  • United Way
  • Health/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • Layton City Utility Bills
  • ICMA-RC Deferred Compensation (457 plan)
  • Utah State Retirement Deferred Compensation (457 plan)
  • Departmental Association Dues
  • Elective Supplemental Life Insurance Offered through the City
  • Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Dues
  • AFSCME Dues
  • UPEA Dues
  • Employee Fitness Room
  • Sub for Santa Service Project
  • Surf-N-Swim Family Pass

This list of available payroll deductions may change from time to time.  Employees should be informed when deductions are added to or deleted from the list.

Guidelines for Adding or Deleting Payroll Deductions

Additions or deletions from the list of payroll deductions shall be approved by the City Manager.  There is an administrative burden and cost associated with accounting for payroll deductions.  Payroll deductions are not intended to provide banking services for employees.  Before approving or deleting a payroll deduction, the City Manager will consider and weigh several factors, including:

  • The value and relationship of the particular deduction to the City,
  • Whether the deduction is a benefit that the City should be involved in,
  • The value of the particular deduction to the employees,
  • The number of employees that are likely to use the deduction,
  • Whether or not adequate deductions for desired services are already available to employees.

Upon approval of a new payroll deduction, at least 5 employees shall sign up to participate initially, and after one year, it is expected that at least 5% of full-time employees are participating.

The City Manager may delete a deduction at any time.

Automatic Deposit of Pay Check

All regular employees are required to have their entire paycheck automatically deposited into no more than two financial institutions by completing a "Direct Payroll Deposit Authorization Agreement" available at the Human Resources Division.

Enacted, 7/22/1993
Amended, 4/5/1995
Amended, 1/1/1996
Amended, 12/9/1993, Previous Policy,
Amended, 2/12/1996, Previous Policy,
Amended, 3/28/2001, Previous Policy,
Amended, 2Amended, 3/29/2007, Previous Policy 3007
Amended, 8/2/2007, Previous Policy 3007
Amended, 8/15/2007, Previous Policy 03/23/07
Amended, 5/5/2014, Previous Policy 3007
 




 
 
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