The 2016 W-2s were delivered to the Statehouse Mail Room January 25. It is anticipated that employees should begin receiving their paper W-2 forms sometime this week.
If an employee has not received their W-2 by February 1, please have them call us at 208-334-2394.
DSP staff will go through all returned W-2 forms on a daily basis and return the forms with updated addresses back in the mail as quickly as possible.
A Reminder on Returned W-2s
If an employee has a change of address on file with the US Postal Service, their W-2 will be automatically forwarded by the post office.
The only W-2s that will be returned to the State Controller’s Office will be those marked as Undeliverable. If a W-2 is returned, the address will be checked against the SCO system. If the address on the system has been updated, the State Controller's Office will put the W-2 back in the mail to be delivered to the new address. If the address on the system has not been updated, the State Controller's Office will hold the W-2 until the employee contacts us.
Note: Depending on the state agency, an employee may update their own address information by using the Employee Self-Service option or by having their agency HR/payroll office update the information.
Instructions for requesting a duplicate Form W-2
The State Controller's Office will not start processing duplicate Form W-2 requests for 2016 until after February 1, 2017. Employees requesting a duplicate W-2 will be assessed a $5.00 fee per reprinted form.
To request a duplicate Form W-2 please follow the instructions on the State Controller's website.
Beginning January 22, 2017, employers must use the 11/14/2016 N version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to verify the identity and work eligibility of every new employee.
You may access the new form by clicking on the link below.
Performance evaluations will be due on March 17th.
At this time you should have received an email from BambooHR notifying you which of your employees need to have reviews completed. (If you haven’t, please contact Lindsey Hight – she will be able to help you.) If an evaluation has been completed on your employee(s) within the last six months, you do not need to complete another one (unless you want to) until the evaluation process in early 2018. We simply need to make sure that all performance reviews are current (within the last year) so your employees will be eligible for a CEC increase if we are awarded money from the legislature this spring.
A “Performance Evaluations” course is available to all of you in SafeColleges. I strongly encourage all supervisors to watch it. It will provide you with an overview of performance management and annual performance evaluations. This course covers the ongoing performance management process, best practices and the performance evaluation conversation with your employee. It is 24 minutes in length and is a great refresher for all supervisors.
To view the course, please log in to SafeColleges at http://lcsc.id.safecolleges.com/login, and enter your username. Your username should be your first initial, middle initial and last name. If you have trouble logging in, please contact HR.
Our Hiring Procedures webpage has been updated. Please visit here: http://www.lcsc.edu/hr/hiring-procedures/
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