Director of Payroll, Customer Service and Training
It is the policy of Indiana University to pay its employees in a timely and accurate manner in compliance with the university’s legal obligations.
Employees expect and should receive prompt and accurate payment for their work. Therefore, processing and maintaining accurate payroll records is a critically important university function requiring strict controls and close management.
Indiana University will comply with applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding payroll, including, without limitation:
Payroll is Indiana University’s largest operating expense. Salaries, wages, benefits, payroll taxes, and other payroll deductions are subject to regulations imposed by the federal government, various state governments, and other agencies. It is important to the university from both compliance and control standpoints that its employees are neither underpaid nor overpaid. For these reasons, the university has established payroll and timekeeping systems and processes to promote compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and its own financial management responsibilities and objectives.
University Payroll shall establish and manage payroll systems to issue salary and wage payments to all university employees. University Payroll has the authority and responsibility to create, implement, monitor, modify, and enforce operating procedures and internal control processes consistent with this policy to ensure accurate and timely payment of Indiana University’s employees in compliance with the university’s legal obligations and financial management goals.