In order to audit your paycheck, you first need to know how to find your paystubs in ctcLink. We’ll tell you how to do that here. A list of your paystubs can be found using the following steps.
Login to ctcLink.
Select HCM Self-Service.
When you are in the Paychecks section of ctcLink, you can click on the funnel to select a date and see your older paychecks. The first paycheck recorded in ctcLink is for 2/25/2021, so you won’t be able to view paychecks earlier than that. We recommend
Auditing Your Paycheck: Associate Faculty and Moonlighting Full-Time Faculty
If you are Associate Faculty or are a full-time faculty member who is moonlighting, you can find your contract using the following steps.
Login to ctcLink.
Click on Faculty Center.
Click on Contract Info.
Click on View Contract.
In your contract, you should look for the following information.
FTE %: This number is the percentage of a Full-Time Equivalent you are paid for at the college based on the classes you teach and other assignments you might have. An FTE % of 20.000 means you have 0.200 FTE. FTE for lab classes is
Here we will focus on the Summary Leave Balances, which list the Sick Leave and Personal Leave that faculty earn. An example can be seen below.
Sick Leave (SCK)
Full-time faculty earn 8 hours of sick leave per month from September thru June, or 80 hours per year. Associate faculty earn 8 hrs * FTEF as indicated on your contract. Sick leave is posted on the paycheck you receive on the 25th of the month. Sick leave does not need to be taken 8 hours at a time. You only need to use sick leave for the hours of work you miss. When you retire, you can use sick leave to pay
As you audit your paycheck, you may discover that you have been paid more than your contract indicates. In this section, we will discuss the laws that apply to this situation and what your rights are.
If you search for information on this issue, you may find WAC 296-126-030, which states that the employer has 90 days to find the overpayment, otherwise they cannot take the money back. This regulation does not apply to public employers, so the 90-day time limit does not apply to employees of Edmonds College.