A JM_Stu org means that student employees report to you (or to one of your direct reports); anyone with a JM_Stu org can initiate the hiring process for student employees that will report to them. JM orgs are “job managed” organizations; that means jobs are added and removed from their department as needed. JM organizations are temporary workers, per course hires, or contingent workers, etc. PM organizations are position managed organizations; that means the position stays in your org chart whether or not someone is currently filling that role.
It does matter. Temporary employees and contingent workers should always fall into the JM organizations. Employees whose position will always stay within your organization, regardless of the person in the position, should be hired in PM organizations. Check with HR if you’re unsure which org to use.
Contingent worker are consultants, contractors, agency temps, vendors or affiliates who need a Brandeis user name and access to Brandeis systems. They are not paid through University payroll and do not receive benefits from Brandeis. Visiting scholars, scientists, or researchers who are not receiving funding through University payroll should be created as Academic Affiliates with an academic appointment.
The compensation tab in your employee profile lists all your salary and benefit costs as well as historical compensation, while the pay tab lists your direct deposits, payslips, and tax withholding information.
A one-time payment in Workday is used for bonuses and incentive payments. Period Activity Pay is used for work performed outside your normal duties. Examples of PAP include additional payments for tutoring, course overload, work performed in another department and thesis advisors. Period activity pay is also used for per course hires, graduate students and certain types of scholars and postdoctoral candidates.