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Pay Date of April 22

posted Apr 12, 2011, 1:36 PM by James Saccento

To All Staff:

 

We are in the midst of upgrading our payroll software and processes in many ways over a period of several months. For example, you may have noticed that the last few paychecks, due to a change in the payroll application we use, were drawn on Bank of America instead of TD Bank.

 

The next change is coming next week, for the pay date of April 22. This is a behind the scenes change we are making with our payroll vendor and we expect that no one will notice anything different.  However, there is a chance that there will be a slight delay in when direct deposits show up in some accounts in both banks and federal credit unions. While we expect that all direct deposits will be made on Friday, April 22, due to circumstances beyond our control there may be some deposits that do not appear until Monday, April 25.

 

I am sending everyone this email out of an abundance of caution. Even though we expect all deposits to occur on Friday, given the small uncertainty that exists, if you are counting on the deposit to cover any checks or other payments, please be aware that the deposit may not be there until Monday and plan your payments accordingly.

 

I also request that you take a moment to check your deposit account on Friday the 22nd or over that weekend. If the deposit is not there, please contact Leah Kuznik (413.585.1312 or lkuznik@servicenet.org) in the Payroll Department and provide her with the following information:

  • Your name
  • The name of your bank
  • The type of account (e.g., savings or checking) that did not receive a timely deposit.

 

Again, we expect the change to go smoothly but wanted to take this precaution.  I apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact me if you have any questions about this.

 

Thanks,

Bruce

 

Bruce J. Barshefsky, MBA, MSW

Vice President for Administration and Finance

129 King Street

Northampton, MA 01060

 

(ph) 413.582.9506

(fx) 413.582.4252

bbarshefsky@servicenet.org

 

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