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Pay and Deductions from Pay

Q: I took my furlough the week of March 24, 2008. However, I was paid my full salary on my March monthly check. So not to mess up the unemployment benefits, should I write a check and give the extra amount back to FNAL?

A: No, you do not owe the laboratory for your March furlough time. Your March pay is correct. Furlough taken after the leave sheet cutoff date of March 21 will be deducted from your April pay. That is the pay stub that should be used when dealing with the Illinois Department of Employment Security for unemployment compensation purposes.

For employees who report time via Fermi Time and Labor (FTL), furlough taken after the FTL cutoff date, which is the third Sunday of the month, will be deducted from the following month's paycheck.


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