The University expects its employees to be prompt in the payment of their personal debts. Any employee who fails to do so may be subject to a writ of sequestration or other payroll deduction as a result of their failure to pay their personal debts.
HR Policy Provisions
- University Indebtedness
Any employee who fails to satisfy a personal debt to the University is subject to the amount being deducted from their payroll earnings.
- The employee will have the opportunity to settle the debt before it is forwarded to the Payroll Office for deduction.
- Other Personal Indebtedness
- A judgment rendered against an employee of the University is served on the University of Missouri System's disbursing officer by the Boone County Sheriff's Office.
- Court-ordered withholdings for child support, family support, bankruptcies, or other judgments rendered against an employee of the University must be forwarded immediately to the University’s central payroll system for processing.
- The judgment must be registered in the State of Missouri.
- A fee per payment may be collected per as a processing fee from the employee's remaining earnings after deducting the appropriate amount for a mandatory or voluntary assignment of wages for child support or maintenance.
- A levy from the Internal Revenue Service must be forwarded immediately to the University’s central payroll system.
- That office must clear any writ of sequestration or wage earner deduction with the Office of the General Counsel before processing.
Date Created: 09/26/1997
Updated: 10/01/2003; 09/11/2011; 07/15/2020