Update My Direct Deposit Information

Add a new bank account for direct deposit of earnings, or edit direct deposit account information that you currently have on file in your organization's HR Management system.

Any edits that you make to your direct deposit information are submitted to your HR team for approval. You will notice a Pending indicator at the top of the Direct Deposit tab until your changes are approved.
  1. From the Employee Self-Service home page, select the Personal icon. Or, you can select the main menu in the upper left corner of the home page, and then select Personal Info.

    The Personal Info page opens, showing tabs for Personal Info, Emergency Contacts, and Direct Deposit.

  2. Select the Direct Deposit tab.
    • If you do not have any accounts on file, this tab shows a Direct Deposit section at the top and an option to select Add Account in the middle of the page.

    • If you have accounts on file, this tab shows your current Allocation Method and Total Deposit Amount (or percentage), plus the following details for each account: account number, bank routing number, type of account (checking or savings), direct deposit amount, and direct deposit account status (active or inactive).

  3. To add a new bank account for direct deposit of earnings, select Add Account. You can add up to five bank accounts for direct deposit.
    • If you do not have accounts on file, the Add Account option displays in the middle of the page below the Direct Deposit section.

    • If you have accounts on file, the Add Account options displays below the last bank account listed on the page. If you already have five bank accounts on file, the Add Account option is not shown. In this case, you can either delete an existing account from the list in order to add a new one, or you can edit an existing account. Note that your changes may not be reflected until the next pay cycle.

  4. If this is the first time you are adding bank accounts for direct deposit of earnings, you will need to select an Allocation Method at the top of the page:
    • Percentage: Indicates that you want a specific percent of the your check to be deposited into each account listed on the Direct Deposit tab. You will enter specific percentages in the Amount field for each account. The Total Deposit Amount must equal 100% before you can save account information.

    • Fixed: Indicates that you want a set dollar amount to be deposited into the accounts listed on the Direct Deposit tab in order of priority (one through five; one being the first priority and five being the last). If all priorities are fulfilled, any money remaining is deposited into the first account specified. You can rearrange the priority in which the fixed dollar amounts are deposited as needed.

  5. For each new bank account, enter the following information:
    • Type of Account: Select Checking or Savings from the drop-down.

    • Account Number: Enter the bank account number for this account.

    • Routing Number: Enter the bank's routing number for deposit purposes.

    • Amount (applies to Fixed and Percentage allocation methods): Enter the amount (for Fixed allocation) or percent (for Percentage allocation) to deposit into this account. For Percentage allocations, the Total Deposit Amount must equal 100% before you can save account information.

    • Status: Select whether to make this an Active or Inactive (default) direct deposit account.

  6. When you are finished adding accounts, select Save and Close in the lower right of the page. The changes that you have made may not be reflected in your direct deposit of earnings until your next pay cycle.
  7. To edit your direct deposit account information, in the lower right of the Direct Deposit tab, select the Edit Details button, make your changes, and select Save and Close.
  8. To rearrange the priority in which fixed dollar amounts (Allocation Method > Fixed) are deposited into your direct deposit accounts:
    1. Select Edit Details.
    2. Select the drag-and-drop handle for an Account Details section.
    3. Move that section to a higher or lower location on the page.
    4. When you are finished, select Save and Close.
Following approval or denial by an HR team member, the Pending indicator at the top of the Direct Deposit tab is removed. If the change was approved, the Direct Deposit tab will reflect the update. If denied, the tab will show the information prior to your edits.