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What happens to my benefits if my address changes?

If you are moving, it’s important to update your home address in PeopleSoft Self Service. It is also important to know that if you are enrolled in an HMO plan and have moved outside the Plan’s service area OR are enrolled in the PPO plan and have moved into the Plan’s service area, your coverage will automatically terminate retroactively to the date of the address change. You will be offered medical plan options based on your new address and will have 30 days to make changes to your medical plan. Current employees may visit...

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I was employed at Harvard last year and am trying to access my paystubs in PeopleSoft for tax purposes, but my access seems to have ended.

PeopleSoft access for former employees (with the exception of retirees) ends 90 days after your employment ends, and we aren't able to extend this access. You’re encouraged to print your final pay information before this access ends. If you didn't receive a W-2, you can order a copy at this site:

Which jobs are eligible for overtime pay?

There are federal and state laws that govern pay. These laws contain many exceptions, so not all employees are entitled to overtime pay. Employees who are eligible for overtime are called "nonexempt" employees, and those who are not eligible for overtime are called "exempt" employees. If a role is found to be not exempt from the rules of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), that role is eligible for overtime wages, if the incumbent works more than 40 hours per week (California rules differ and are based on hours worked in a day).

How are jobs graded at Harvard?

Service and trades jobs, largely unionized with hourly rates governed by contracts, can be found in grades 001-043.
 Administrative jobs can be found in grades 047 to 064. In the lower grades of this range, jobs tend to clerical and technical positions that are over-time eligible, hourly, and unionized. 
In the higher grades of this range (grades 056 and above), jobs are individual contributor, supervisory, managerial, or executive positions that are salaried (also called “exempt” from over-time). You can learn more about grades and salary ranges ...

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