Allegheny County Controller Corey O’Connor announced that his office will begin to provide electronic pay records to most County employees beginning with the current pay period. The system was successfully piloted for Controller’s Office employees and certain departments under the County Executive in recent months, he said.
“This electronic payment records system will allow employees to access their bi-weekly pay records electronically rather than retaining paper paystubs and is a major step toward a paperless system that will reduce waste and expenses,” O’Connor said.
For the immediate future, employees will also continue to receive paper paystubs, which are provided by the County Treasurer’s office.
Employees in the Courts, District Attorney’s and Sherriff’s offices are not initially included.
“Our office’s payroll function is a huge job that is obviously of great importance to every County employee. We are pleased with the efficiency and accuracy we are able to consistently achieve and believe this improvement will further increase convenience for our valued workers,” O’Connor said. “My thanks to our JDEdwards Management Systems and Payroll Division teams for putting the technical pieces in place to make this initiative possible.”
Throughout 2022, the Controller’s Office processed 168,514 bi-weekly pay records for the County.