General information about how to view current, future, and some historical employment transcation information (Job Data) for a specific employee.
Information on the new Affiliates Report in Infoporte
This self-paced course will help you understand the difference between cost codes in ConnectCarolina and cost codes in InfoPorte. You’ll learn how to find the ledger balances for a ConnectCarolina program or cost code, find the accounts that make up the ledger balances, find the transactions that make up the ledger balances for each account, and look up a ConnectCarolina cost code.
The Affiliate Report shows information on all active affiliates or affiliates who were terminated within the last year
This quick reference card shows how to correct chartfield strings on approved deposits and provides guidelines for adding electronic attachments.
This quick reference card covers how to edit and resubmit a deposit that has been rejected by the Cashier’s Office.
Provides step-by-step instructions for printing an ePAR form.
PAAT adjustments can route to three different levels for final approval. The route an adjustment takes depends on which fund types are changed on the adjustment. This table is a quick reference for which levels are required for each fund type changed in a PAAT adjustment.
This Student Guide accompanies the Campus Journals class. This class covers: The Campus Journal process Campus Journal transaction types, approval requirements, and attachment requirements How to enter a Campus Journal How to enter a Correcting Campus Journal How to edit and delete a Campus Journal Other transaction types including Settlement Journals, Cash Advance Journals, OSR Residual Transfer, and Interunit Journals.
The Salary Funding Report shows the funding sources for an employee’s salary, per job at UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-General Administration. It is a funding based report and does not display all job data activity. This report shows how much of an employee’s salary is allocated to each funding source. You can run the report to see what is currently being used to fund an employee as well as enter a specific date range to see what has historically been used. You can filter by selecting an employee’s Home (Job) department as well as a Funding department. You can narrow your search results by applying specific fund, source, and/or project ID numbers as well by employee type, position number, or employee PID number.