The documents will available here starting Friday, March 27. Paper copies were mailed to home addresses in January. Later this year, staff will be asked to provide consent to receive their 2015 W2s online. Benefits include faster, 24/7-access to W2s, and the elimination of misdirected, lost, or delayed receipt of the document.
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To ensure the Lab is compliant with California, other states, and international withholding tax laws, employees working on a Change of Station (permanent or temporary) Interlocation Appointment (ILA), or other kinds of projects, should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rosario Sayson (x6551) to determine proper state and federal tax withholding.
Get an early start on your time entry, and remember to use your new Project & Activity IDs. Use the Project Lookup link in LETS to find your new values, and visit fsm.lbl.gov to take the required training. The October sweep is Oct. 29 at noon.
The course — designed for employees who plan Lab events that use DOE-managed funds, provides a step-by-step instruction on how to enter onsite or offsite meetings and conferences. This training must be completed to access the Event Approval database. The next course will be offered on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in Building 90-0026. Registration required. Go here to review the Lab’s event policy.
Updates affect foreign travel, covering personal airfare costs, car service, and expense report submissions. More>
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency recognized Kent, the Lab’s Small Business Officer, and others for their “outstanding leadership, strong commitment, and powering diversity and contributions to minority businesses’ economic development.” She also received special congressional recognition from Rep. Mike Honda (CA-17th District).
Check out the F$M Support Page to get help with the new financial system. There are five ways to get assistance: the F$M Knowledge Base, your local F$M Guide, the F$M web form, e-mail, or phone (starting Oct. 1). Visit the F$M Home Page for Project ID lookup, required LETS training, and key financial system links.
The shutdown is required for integration with new F$M system. To request Facilities Division work during that time, call x6274. The center’s hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call x5481 for after-hours emergencies.
Wherever current project IDs are used, a new Project ID plus three-digit Activity Code will be required. Find new values with the Project ID Look-Up Tool. LETS users are required to take a five-minute, online course on the new Project and Activity IDs in the modified LETS system. Stop by the cafeteria at lunchtime today or Thursday for more on these changes and the Financial Systems Modernization project.