Financial Operations is implementing a mandatory direct deposit program for employee travel advances, travel reimbursements, and miscellaneous reimbursements.
As we continue to improve the travel advance and reimbursement process for the main campus and VIMS, the Financial Operations office is implementing a mandatory direct deposit program for employee travel advances, travel reimbursements, and miscellaneous reimbursements.
NY DOL had previously indicated that in addition to providing disclosure notices, new direct deposit consents would have to be obtained for current non-exempt employees paid by direct deposit or payroll card.
Considering that 82 percent of American workers are paid by direct deposit, this requirement would have been an enormous administrative burden for New York employers.
The new regulation goes well beyond industry standards and other states’ requirements for payment of wages via payroll cards, and also imposes notice and consent requirements for payment of wages via direct deposit.
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