Labor distribution typically refers to the pre-planned allocation of an individual’s salary and associated effort.
For prospective labor distribution changes on faculty and staff employees who are working on grants, there are designated local research administrators (LRAs) that have been given access to a new component of the ePAF system. These LRAs will be able to make prospective distribution changes for all faculty and staff assigned to home DeptIDs within their area. A list of individuals with access to the ePAF system for Dept IDs involving grants is maintained by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (please contact Zoya Davis-Hamilton to gain access to ePAF for this purpose).
If you do not have an LRA or need assistance with retroactive changes to labor on a grant, please contact OVPR .
For prospective labor distribution changes on employees working only on hard money (not grants), please continue to submit a Job Data Change PAF to TSS to process or see below for information regarding requesting access to make DeptID-related labor distribution changes. For retroactive labor distribution changes on hard money, please contact TSS and provide the following information: Employee Name, Pay period, Amount, Original Deptid that was charged, New Deptid to be charged.
If you would like to request access to make prospecitve DeptID-related labor distribution changes to FACULTY AND STAFF via ePAF, please contact James Walsh.
For anyone requesting access to labor distribution access for FACULTY AND STAFF, you will need to complete an Application for PeopleSoft HRMS Account and watch this instructional video
TSS will also still process Paper PAFs for FACULTY AND STAFF Labor Distribution.
If you would like to request access to make changes to STUDENT AND TEMP labor distribution via ePAF, please complete an Application for PeopleSoft HRMS Account.