LC State is an agency of the State of Idaho and is part of the state payroll system. Please contact Payroll at 208-792-2204 for assistance with any payroll questions.
We are on a bi-weekly pay cycle with a two-week lag time. That is, work performed during one pay period will be paid at the end of the following pay period. Regularly scheduled paydays are every other Friday. For more information on payroll, please see policy 3.124 on the policy page.
All employees are required to register with the State Controller’s Office for their own unique State ID number. This will require a DUO Multi-factor Authentication.
What do ALL Employees need to do to prepare for Luma Go-live?
- Step 1: Sign up for the Enterprise Dashboard
- Step 2: Register for DUO Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
- Step 3: Start completing Luma Self-Paced E-learning (Available May 31st)
There are also now videos for employees and managers providing an overview of their roles in Luma. Please keep in mind, there will be some aspects of the videos that will not be applicable, so for now, please focus on the payroll segments of the videos.
“Employee” and “Manager” Role Workshops Available
To ensure agency personnel have the proper understanding of the Employee and Manager roles in Luma, the SCO has released two new recordings for the Employee Role Workshop as well as the Manager Role Workshop. These recordings can be found below:
If there are any questions, please direct them to Jane in payroll at 208-792-2204.
Luma is an online application that allows employees to create their own timesheets and self-enter time. All employees are required to use Luma to record your hours worked, vacation, and sick leave hours. You must obtain your individual User ID and password from the Payroll Office by calling 208 792 2204.
For more detailed Luma Timesheet coding instructions, please visit the Luma Timesheet page.
All employees are required to use direct deposit. To submit direct deposit information or update that information, or contact Payroll.
Your first paycheck is typically mailed to your home address but after that all checks will be direct deposit. Pay stubs are available online with the use of your individual user ID and password that you can obtain from the Payroll Office by calling (208) 792-2204.