Labor Accounting (LA) is used to allocate salary costs to the General Ledger Chart of Accounts. In LA, you will find salary information about faculty, staff, and biweekly employees, including paid hourly wages for casual employees and students. The tool also contains stipend and tuition information for graduate students, faculty summer salary commitments and distributions, and sponsored research project detail for effort reporting and certification compliance.
Note that graduate student and undergraduate hourly wages are not managed in LA. Student wages are applied to the appropriate chartstring and entered in Time and Absence Management.
- Request access to LA information in the Prime Information Warehouse to view, change, or to approve Labor Accounting information in the application; or to view LA reports in the Information Warehouse. For LA Access, follow the instructions on the Labor Accounting Access form.
- Take the “Using Labor Accounting” class through the Employee Learning Center to become familiar with LA and manage commitments and distributions. This helpful overview will help get you started.
- Understand the scenarios which require special handling by Finance and Treasury.
- View useful resources for working with Labor Accounting.