Reports and Queries: Employee Funding
Click the box below for a high-level chart that shows how the payroll funding process works and where in the process reports pull from. For InfoPorte reports, you can click the report name to go directly to the report.Understanding the Employee Funding Process
Click the box below for more information about the Employee Funding webinar.Employee Funding Webinar
When it comes to reports that show how an employee is funded, it’s not one-size-fits-all. ConnectCarolina and InfoPorte have a variety of reports that show funding information at each step in the payroll process. Each report gives a unique view of the information. With all of these different reports, how do you know which report to use and when? In this recorded webinar, we talk about which reports are best at each stage of the payroll funding process and why. You can also find the slides and the quick reference card for understanding reports related to employee funding on CCinfo.unc.edu.Watch the Webinar View the Slides Open the Reference Card
Click the boxes below to find the description of the report, the menu path, and a link to the training materials for the report.
InfoPorteLabor Expense Report
This report is best to review the charges of your salary and fringe benefit expenses from an HR point of view. The report shows where a pay period is currently charged, regardless of where it was originally charged, but does not show history.Open the Guide
This report is best used to see a complete history of payroll transactions for an employee or chartfield string, along with accounting information.Open the Guide View the Webinar
This report is best used to see how base and supplemental salary was originally planned to be charged. The Salary Funding Report does not include any payments that were not included in the salary planning, such as lump sum payments, overtime, or PAAT transactions.Open the Guide
This report is best used to determine the amount of salary and fringe benefits projected to be paid between now and the earliest of the job end date, funding end date, or budget end date. The Projections Report does not include PAAT transactions or hourly employees.
ConnectCarolinaCurrent Suspense Charges Report
Main Menu > HR/Payroll Menu > Payroll Acct Adj. Tool (PAAT) > Current Suspense Charges
This report is best used to see all current transactions that have been posted to departmental suspense accounts due to invalid chartfield strings. This report includes all payroll transactions and PAAT transactions.Open the Guide
HR/Payroll Menu > Payroll Accounting Reports > Funding End Date Notification Report
This report is best used to see positions or appointments for which a portion of the paycheck will be charged to suspense. Charging to suspense could be due to an expired or inactive chartfield string, or due to no funding assigned for that combination of position and department or appointment, department, and employee record.
This report is best used to check the approval status of all pending PAAT transactions. Open the Guide
Main Menu > HR/Payroll Menu > Payroll Accounting Reports > Suspense Analysis
This report is best used to see why payroll transactions have been posted to departmental suspense accounts, including details such as the chartfield string in error, the funding end date, and the number of days the charge has been in suspense. This report only includes payroll transactions, not PAAT transactions.Open the Guide
*Requires enhanced reporting access