Employee Purchases Using Payroll Deduction to Stop on October 5


With the planned transition of KentuckyOne Health Louisville operations to UofL Health, employees will need to stop all purchases using payroll deduction as of October 5, 2019. This will include purchases made at facility cafeterias and gift shops, and area stores that sell uniforms.

This is being done to ensure adequate time for all employee charges to be paid by the time that KentuckyOne Health employees are transitioned from CHI/CommonSpirit Health’s payroll on December 15, 2019. There are six pay periods between October 5 and December 15. All charges will need to be paid by December 15.

This will not impact employees’ ability to continue to use payroll deduction to support non-profit organizations such as Metro United Way and Fund for the Arts.

Employees having questions or concerns about the change should contact their HR Business Partner.
 
FAQs for Employee Discussions:

Q:  Why are employee payroll deductions for purchases at facility cafeterias and gift shops, and at area uniform stores ending?
A:  As we continue our work to transition the KentuckyOne Health Louisville operations to University of Louisville Health, it is necessary to stop employee payroll deductions for purchases so there is adequate time for all employee charges to be paid by the date KentuckyOne Health employees are transitioned from CHI/CommonSpirit Health’s payroll on December 15, 2019.

Q:  I just used employee payroll deduction for a large purchase at an area uniform store.  How many pay periods will I have for my charges to be paid?
A:  There are six pay periods between October 5 and December 15. All charges will need to be paid by December 15.

Q:  I use employee payroll deduction to make contributions to Metro United Way and Fund for the Arts?  Will those donations be impacted?
A:  No, those donations to non-profits organizations such as Metro United Way and Fund for the Arts will not be impacted while you are still on the CHI/CommonSpirit Health payroll.