How To Process Damage Payment
Damage Payment is a payment for services performed before the State Oath of Allegiance is signed.
Criteria for Claim: Damages may be claimed where all of the following conditions are met:
- The employee entered into University employment in good faith, with no knowledge of the State Oath of Allegiance requirement.
- The employee would have executed the State Oath prior to commencing University employment had the University advised him/her of the requirement to sign it.
- The employee did, in fact, sign the State Oath of Allegiance upon learning of the requirement.
Note: In the event the prospective employee refuses to execute the oath, services must be terminated immediately and a claim submitted indicating the unwillingness to sign the oath.
Steps to Take
- Department completes the Damage Payment Report. Form can be found in the UCPath Forms Library
- Department submits a Service Now case under UCPath>Transaction Support>Payroll with the description: Damage Payment. Attach the completed Damage Payment Report form to the Service now case
- Payroll Representative will route the form to the Chancellor/Administrative Officer for approval
- Once the final approval is obtained, Payroll Representative will advise the Department to process an off-cycle pay request (E-078) using the Earn Code DMG via the Service Now case
- Department submits an off-cycle pay request (E-078), then, updates the Service Now case with the Transaction number
- Department verifies the status in the Off-Cycle Dashboard in UCPath. Once the status indicates “Payment Processed”, have the employee complete the Damage Payment Release. Form can be found in the Forms Library
- Department attaches the completed Damage Payment Release form to the Service Now case
- Payroll Representative saves the completed form in the Payroll repository (idocs) and closes the Service Now case.
Damage Payment Report and Damage Payment Release forms do not need to be submitted to the UCPath Center.