You must complete your Federal and NC W-4 tax forms online at Duke@Work, Duke's self service web site. If you do not complete your tax forms, the system will automatically default to single and 0.
Reminder: The paper Federal and NC W-4 forms can only be used if you are claiming "Exempt from withholding."
You may access your W-2 tax form electronically in January. You will be able to view and print your W-2 form online through Duke@Work.
You will continue to receive paper W-2 forms unless you consent to electronic-only delivery of your W-2 form.
Electronic W-2 forms will not be available for terminated employees who are no longer working with Duke. Your W-2 form will be mailed to you using the most recent home address in the Duke payroll system. Employees who are no longer working with Duke may contact Duke Corporate Payroll Services (919-684-2642) to provide an updated mailing address.
Payday is every two weeks in accordance with the regular biweekly pay period at Duke. Refer to your biweekly schedule.
Please arrange for your paycheck to be deposited directly into your bank or credit union account. You may go to Duke@Work to sign up for direct deposit. You will need to log in using your NetID and password. You can also view and print your pay statement from this website.
If you decide to cancel your direct deposit account, you must use a paper direct deposit form.
If you choose not to have direct deposit, you must pick up your paycheck at the DTS office between the hours of 8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday. Only you or your supervisor can pick up your paycheck.
With direct deposit, Duke University Corporate Payroll Services must verify your transit and account numbers. This verification process may take 30 days or longer. During the verification period, you must pick up your paycheck at the DTS office between the hours of 8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday until your direct deposit becomes effective. Once your direct deposit has been established, you can visit Duke@Work to view and print your pay statement.
If you are unable to establish a checking or savings account with a banking institution, the Duke University Credit Union can assist you in opening an account. The Duke University Credit Union is located at Erwin Square Plaza, 2200 West Main Street. You must take your Duke Temporary Service ID badge with you.
Duke University Corporate Payroll Services and DTS are not responsible for financial service fees associated with delayed paychecks and direct deposits.
Reminder: If you decide to cancel your direct deposit account, you must use a paper direct deposit form.
To be eligible for overtime pay you must work more than forty (40) hours in one (1) week. You will be paid one and one half times your regular rate of pay for any hours worked over forty (40) hours in one (1) week.