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Frequently Asked Questions

BENEFITS     

Q: Is enrollment automatic?

A: No. Employees must enroll in insurance within 60 days from the date of hire. If employees miss the 60-day enrollment period, changes can only be made during the annual Open Enrollment period (held during the spring). Any changes made during Open Enrollment will go into effect July 1st.

Q: How do I enroll?

A: Employees will need to enroll through the Fauquier ePortal.  Once an employee has logged into their account, you will need to select the benefits option.  The next screen will allow you to choose which medical and dental plan you would like to select in addition to the level of coverage.  Any dependents that you wish to have on your policy will need to be entered, for each plan (medical and/or dental).   If you are selecting the HMO medical plan you will need to provide the primary care physician ID number.  This information can be found on Anthem’s website:  www.anthem.com.

Q: When would my coverage begin?

A: Insurance premiums are paid one month in advance.  Therefore, coverage would begin the first of the month following when elections are submitted.  As an example:  If an employee is hired on October 5th and the elections are submitted on November 5th, coverage would begin December 1st

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MEDICAL

Q:  What medical plans does Fauquier offer?

A: There are three medical plans for employees to choose from.  All three plans are through Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield.  The plans are: KeyCare 15 PPO, HealthKeepers HMO 20 and Lumenos.

Q: Where can I find insurance brochures?

A: Brochures can be viewed on the Human Resources page under Fauquier County Employee Benefits on the following link:  http://www.fauquiercounty.gov/government/departments-h-z/human-resources/benefits

Q: How long can I keep my children as dependents on my insurance?

A: Children may remain on the insurance plan without having to provide proof of dependency until age 26. The child may stay on the insurance coverage through the month in which they turn 26 years of age.

Q: What is the difference between the HMO and PPO options?

A: With the HMO option, coverage is offered through network providers resulting in lower out of pocket costs. With the HMO coverage, out of pocket expenses are lower due to co-payments.  A co-payment is a flat, pre-determined amount of money that is expected at the time of service.  Employees electing the HMO coverage will need to choose a primary care physician for any dependents covered under the plan.  The HMO plan that is offered does allow covered members to go to a specialist without needing a referral.

The PPO option offers coverage through network providers and permits you elect to receive care from a doctor or health provider out of network coverage. The out of pocket expenses are higher for some services due to coinsurance.  A coinsurance is a percentage of the entire bill that the employee is responsible for after the services are rendered. 

Q: Does family coverage under health insurance cost the same with only one dependent?

A: No.  There are four levels of coverage that an employee can choose from based on their family’s needs; employee only, employee & one child, employee & spouse and family coverage.  Premiums can be found on the following link under Fauquier County Employee Benefits: http://www.fauquiercounty.gov/government/departments-h-z/human-resources/benefits

A: After enrollment, do I receive membership cards?

A: Yes. Employees will received insurance cards approximately 2-3 weeks after their election has been made.  Based on the elections you can receive up to three cards.  Anthem (medical coverage), Optum Rx (prescription coverage) and Anthem Dental (dental coverage).   Cards will be mailed to the home address that is on file.  You can verify your address is correct by logging into your Fauquier ePortal account.

Q: If I did not receive or lost my insurance card(s), what do I do?

A: Contact the insurance company to request a new card and verify your mailing address on file.  You can also request or print a new card on the carrier’s website.  You will need to create an account prior to gaining access to your insurance cards.  The websites for each plan is listed below:

Q. My address on file is incorrect, how can I change my records?

A: You can update your address by logging into your Fauquier ePortal account.  On the right side click on Employee Self Service.  Then click on Personal Information.  You will see your current address listed on the screen.  By selecting change under the address field you will be able to submit your updated address.

Q: If I did not enroll in health insurance when I was hired, can I change my mind later?

A: Employees have 60 days from the date of hire to enroll. After that time period, employees may only enroll during the annual open enrollment period.  The exception to this is if an employee experiences a qualifying life event.  Examples are a life event would be marriage, divorce, loss of other coverage, birth of a child. 

Q: If I experience a life event how do I make the change to my coverage?

A: Employees that need to make a change to their coverage due to a qualifying life event will need to log into their Fauquier ePortal account.  Under the benefits tab you will see the option to report/view life event.  Once you have submitted this request, employees must send in the documentation that is required showing the effective date of the life event.  Examples include: the proof of birth letter from the hospital, marriage license, or a letter from former employer that states when coverage has ended.  Once the Human Resources Department receives this documentation, your life event will be approved.  The next step is for employees to make their new selections under the benefits tab in their Fauquier ePortal account.

Q:  I just had a baby, how do I add him/her to my insurance?

A: Employees will be able to add their unborn children to their policy after the birth of the child.  Employees that need to make a change to their coverage due to a qualifying life event will need to log into their Fauquier ePortal account.  Under the benefits tab you will see the option to report/view life event.  The proof of birth letter that the hospital provides is required as documentation of the life event.  Once the HR department has received this documentation, your life event will be approved.  The next step is for employees to make their new selections under the benefits tab in their Fauquier ePortal account.

Q:  My spouse just left their job and now we don’t have insurance.  Can I add the coverage?

A:  Yes.  Losing your coverage is a qualifying life event that will allow you to make a change in the middle of the plan year.  Employees that need to make a change to their coverage due to a qualifying life event will need to log into their Fauquier ePortal account.  Under the benefits tab you will see the option to report/view life event.  We will need documentation to show when the coverage ends.  A letter from the former employer stating when the coverage ended would met this qualification.  Once the HR department has received this documentation, your life event will be approved.  The next step is for employees to make their new selections under the benefits tab in their Fauquier ePortal account.

Q:  I just got married, can I add my spouse to my coverage?

A:  Yes.  Getting married is a qualifying life event that will allow you to make a change in the middle of the plan year.  Employees that need to make a change to their coverage due to a qualifying life event will need to log into their Fauquier ePortal account.  Under the benefits tab you will see the option to report/view life event.  We will need documentation to show when the coverage ends.  A copy of your marriage license would met this qualification.  Once the HR department has received this documentation, your life event will be approved.  The next step is for employees to make their new selections under the benefits tab in their Fauquier ePortal account.

Q: What happens to my premium rates if I go from full-time to part-time employment?

A: The premiums are based on an employee’s employment status.  If an employee changes from full time to part time, the premiums will need to be adjusted accordingly.  Employees must work 20 hours per week and be a permanent employee to qualify for health insurance. If you experience a change in employment status, contact the Human Resources Department.

Q: What happens to my insurance coverage if I decide to go on a leave of absence without pay?

A: An employee that has requested to take a leave of absence can continue their insurance coverage.  Employees will be responsible for paying the full premium (COBRA Rates) and this will need to submit payment by check or money order. 

If an employee is on a leave of absence due to medical reasons, they will be able to continue their coverage.  The cost to continue the coverage is the same amount that employees pay while actively working.  Employees will need to submit payment by check or money order.

Q: When would my coverage end if I leave Fauquier?

A: Health insurance premiums are paid one month in advance.  If an employee separates from service and works half of the month, their coverage will end the last day of the following month.  If an employee separates from service and has not worked more than half the month, their coverage will end at the end of the month of separation.

For example, an employee leaves on October 20th, their coverage will end November 30th.  If an employee leave October 5th, their coverage will end October 31st.

Q; Can I keep my health insurance coverage after I terminate from the Fauquier?

A: Yes. COBRA federal law allows you to continue health, and dental coverage for up to 18 months following termination.  To continue any other supplemental coverage, contact the insurance company directly within 31 days from your termination date to complete the appropriate forms.

Q: How do I see my Primary Care Physician (PCP) before I get my I.D. card?

A: Employees can contact the insurance company for your group number and identification number.  Below is the contact information:

Anthem PPO plans – 1-800-451-1527

Anthem HMO plans – 1-800-421-1880

Anthem Dental plans – 1-888-315-2049

Employees can also contact the Human Resources Department.  We will be able to provide the information that can be given to the physician.

Q: I called my health/dental/prescription/etc. company and they are stating that I do not have coverage- what do I need to do?

A: Please review your paycheck to ensure premiums have been deducted for the coverage. If not, please contact the Human Resources Department for guidance on how to make your elections.  If your paycheck is in order, please the Human Resources Department and speak with someone in the benefits department.  

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Dental

Q:  What dental plans does Fauquier offer?

A: Fauquier offers two dental plans through Anthem Dental.  The first plan is the high option and the second choice is the standard option.

Both plans offer the same coverage for preventative and basic services.  The difference between the two plan are that the high option covers 50% of major services (crowns, bridges, orthodontics) and the standard option does not cover these services.  If an employee enrolls in the high option dental coverage, they will be required to stay with that coverage for a minimum of two years.

Q:  Where can I find out information regarding the two dental plans Fauquier offers?

A: Brochures can be viewed on the Human Resources page under Fauquier County Employee Benefits on the following link:  http://www.fauquiercounty.gov/government/departments-h-z/human-resources/benefits/dental

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 Prescription Drug

Q: Is my prescription coverage separate from my medical plan?

A: Yes.  The prescription coverage is through Optum Rx.  This plan will provide coverage for your prescriptions only.  All medical services are through your Anthem plan.  You will receive a separate card for the prescription coverage.

There is not a separate premium for the prescription coverage.  The premium you pay for your medical coverage includes that cost of the prescription coverage.

Q: How do I get prescriptions filled before I receive my I.D. card?

A: Employees can contact the insurance company for your group number and identification number.  Below is the contact information:

Optum Rx – 1-888-543-1369

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 RETIREMENT

Q: What plan am I eligible to participate in? 

A: Fauquier employees are eligible to participate in the Virginia Retirement System (VRS) Investment Plan or Pension Plan. Full time permanent employees are automatically enrolled into the VRS plan.  Employees are responsible for a portion of this plan (5%) and the employer is also responsible for a portion of this plan.  This is a mandatory enrollment for employees. 

Q: How do I set up my VRS account?

A: Employees can create an account on the VRS website.  This will allow you to review your information, create estimates based on projected retirement dates, and provides additional information regarding the VRS plans.  Employees would have to been employed for two months prior to their information being updated in the VRS on-line system.  The website is www.varetire.org.

Q: When should I look at my VRS account?

A: Employees are encouraged to look at their account at any time.  You can review your personal information under your account to ensure all the information is correct.  You can review the account balance as well.  There are many useful tools on the website, including the ability to run retirement estimates based on when you would like to retire. 

Q:  Can I withdraw my funds in my VRS account?

A:  Employees are not able to access their money in their VRS account while actively working.  Once an employee separates from service they will be able to access the money.  If employees withdraw the money, they will be taxed.

Q: Why do I need a VRS account?

A: Employees are encouraged to create a VRS account in order to gain access to their information.  If an employee has specific questions regarding retirement and their options, please contact the Human Resources Department for an appointment.

Q: Can I increase the amount of money that I have deducted for my VRS account?

A:  Employees that are enrolled in either Plan 1 or Plan 2 with VRS do not have the option to increase any funds.  Employees can however enroll with VALIC to increase their retirement savings.

Employees that are enrolled in the Hybrid account can make changes to the elections.  Once a quarter employees can increase their money that is sent to their 401a account with ICMA.  Employees that that elect optional funds to be sent will receive an employer match as well.  To make changes, please click on the following link: https://accountaccess.icmarc.org/participant/login_vrs.jsp.

Q: Can I discontinue the money that I have deducted for my VRS account?

A:  No. Full time permanent employees must remain in VRS while employed and are required to contribute.

Q:  How can I find out how much I would get if I retire from VRS?

A:  Employees can create an account on the VRS website (www.varetire.org).  Once an account has been set up employees can run estimates to determine how much money they would receive based on the date and retirement options selected. 

Q:  If I want to retire, when do I need to complete all the necessary paperwork?

A:  VRS wants to have retirement applications received 90 days prior to the retirement date.  This will ensure that all the paperwork can be processed timely to allow employees to receive their first payment on time.  If employees are closer than 90 days to retirement, an application can still be submitted.

The Human Resources Department will be happy to assist you through the entire process.  Please contact someone within the benefits area to set up an appointment.

Q:  I am ready to retire, what do I need to do?

A:  Employees need to contact the Human Resources Department to schedule a meeting.  During this meeting we will review all of you payment options, run estimates of how much you could expect during retirement, review your benefits and any other additional questions you might have.

Employees should plan on meeting with the Human Resources Department 90 days prior to their retirement date.  By completing your application within this timeline, VRS will be able to process the application timely to ensure your first payment is received.

Q:  I want to save more for retirement, what other plans can I participate in?

A:  Fauquier also offers additional ways for employees to save for retirement.  VALIC is the deferred compensation vendor selected to provide all employees with options, pre-tax and after-tax, to save for their retirement. 

  • Public school employees have the option to participate in the 403b and the 457b retirement accounts. 
  • County employees have the option to participate in the 457b retirement account.

Fauquier has a representative that is happy to meet with you to discuss your plans and help show you the way to make your retirement the best it can be! Employees can contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q: How do I enroll into a 403b or 457b account?

A: Employees can enroll with VALIC at any time.  Employees will need to create a VALIC account to enroll.  The website is www.valic.com.  Employees may also contact the customer service center with VALIC at 1-800-448-2542. 

Employees can also contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q:  I am a County employee and I see a deduction on my pay for VALIC, how did I get enrolled?

A:  County new hires are automatically enrolled into a 457b retirement account with VALIC.  The selected amount is $25.00 per pay period.  The funds are automatically placed into a T Rowe Price Retirement date fund.  The funds in this plan are based on your age. 

If you would like to change the fund option that your money is directed to, you can log into your VALIC account and make these changes at any time. 

If you would like to increase or decrease the amount of money that is being deducted from your pay you can make a change at any time.  Just log into your log into your VALIC account and make your selections.

Employees can also contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q: Can I increase/decrease the amount of money that I have deducted for my VALIC account?

A:  Yes.  Employees can make changes to their VALIC elections at any time.  Employees will need to log into their VALIC account to make the changes.  The website is www.valic.com

Employees can also contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q: How do I cash out my VALIC?

A: Employees are not able to access their money in their VALIC account while actively working.  Once an employee separates from service they will be able to access the money.  If employees withdraw the money, they will be taxed.  Employees can contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q: How do I take a hardship withdraw?

A:  Employee may be able to access some of their funds from their VALIC account if an eligible hardship has occurred.  Paperwork will need to be completed and VALIC will make the determination if the hardship qualifies.  Employees can contact our representative, Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q:  Can I take out a loan against my VALIC account?

A:  VALIC does offer loans with their 457b and 403b accounts.  If you would like more information on how to apply for a loan, please contact Steph van Blommestein, at either 703-621-1328 or steph.vanblommestein@valic.com for assistance.

Q:  I really want to use another broker for my annuity.  How come I only have VALIC to choose from?

A:  Fauquier County moved to a one-vendor platform in 2009.  This was a direct result of IRS regulations.

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VOLUNTARY BENEFITS

Q:  What other benefits are offered by Fauquier County?

A:  There are several other benefits provided through payroll deductions for employees.  Some of them include: life insurance, short term/long term disability, cancer and long term care.  There are two providers that offer these benefits, American Fidelity and AFLAC.  If employees are interested in obtaining a voluntary policy, they would contact either of the participating vendors.  The representative’s information is listed below:

Q:  When can I enroll in the voluntary benefits?

A:  Employees are able to enroll in the benefits if they are within the first 30 days of their employment.  If you are interested in enrolling into a policy and you are beyond the deadline, you still may be eligible to enroll into specific policies.  Employees will need to contact the vendor directly to determine what policies they are eligible for.

Open enrollment is the second opportunity employees have to enroll into voluntary benefits.  Open enrollment occurs every year in the spring.  This is the one time of year employees have the chance to enroll into any policies.  The vendor may require employees to go through a medical review at this time.  All questions can be handled directly with the vendor of your choice.

Q:  Do I have a life insurance policy?

A:  All full time permanent employees are provided with a life insurance policy as a part of their VRS coverage.  If employees are receiving the VRS benefit, they are automatically enrolled into the life insurance policy.  The employer pays the cost of this coverage. The value of this policy is two-times your annual salary.

Q:  How do I know who my beneficiary is for my life insurance policy?

A:  Employees can contact VRS at 888-827-3847.  The customer service representative can assist you with determining who you listed as your beneficiary. If you would like to change your beneficiary you can complete a new form.  The form can be found on VRS’s website www.varetire.org.  Employees can also contact the Human Resources department for assistance with the form.

Q:   I recently got married and would like to change my life insurance beneficiary, how do I do that?

A:  Employees can print find the form on the VRS’s website www.varetire.org.  Employees can also contact the Human Resources department for assistance with the form.

Q:  I would like to increase the amount of life insurance I currently have, does Fauquier offer a way to do that?

A:  Employees can elect optional life insurance through Minnesota Life.  The forms can be found on VRS’s website www.varetire.org.  Please note that you will need to answer medical questions in order to be approved if you are outside your first 30 days of employment.

Employees can also get life insurance for their spouse and/or children as well through Minnesota Life. 

Q:  I do not want to go through Minnesota Life for the optional life insurance, what other options do I have?

A:  Employees can also contact the two vendors, American Fidelity and AFLAC.  Both vendors offer life insurance as well.  The contact information for these vendors are listed below:

Q:  I am interested in learning more about the flexible spending accounts, how would this benefit me?

A:  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) allow you to set aside pre-tax dollars for certain benefit-related expenses.  As a Fauquier County employee, you have two options for savings: Medical Reimbursement or Dependent Day Care Reimbursement.   

On your income tax return, employees can only deduct expenses that exceed 7.5% of your adjusted gross income.  Most people don’t meet that requirement and their expenses go unclaimed.  A medical reimbursement account can capture up to $2,500.00 that cannot be claimed on your taxes.   This gives employees a tax break by lowering taxable income with the premiums being withheld at a pre-tax cost. 

In the past, employees were concerned with the ‘use it or lose it’ policy associated with the medical reimbursement accounts.  As of July 2014 employees will be able to roll over funds (up to $500.00) from one plan year to the next.  This will have avoid the loss employees may have experienced in the past. 

Our vendor for flexible spending accounts is American Fidelity.   Employees interested in opening an account have two times:  30 days of their hire date and Open Enrollment.

 Please contact Adam Ashby at either adam.ashby@af-group.com or 434-996-4719 if you are interested.

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 SEPERATION FROM SERVICE

Q:  I have recently been offered another position, how do I turn in my resignation notice?

A:  There are different requirements for resignation based on the position you hold:

  • County Government employees are required to give a two-week notice to their supervisors if separating from service.
  • School classified employees are required to give a two-week notice to their supervisors if separating from service.

School certified employees are must submit their request to their principal/supervisor.  This will first need to be approved through them.  The principal or supervisor must then notify the Human Resources Department of the request.  A request is then submitted to the Superintendent for final approval.  Once the approval is processed, the employee will received written confirmation that they have been released from their contract.

Q:  I have turned in my resignation notice, what are my next steps?

A:  Employees will be contacted by the Human Resources Department for an exit interview.  During this interview a human resources representative will review information pertaining to your resignation such as your last paycheck, when benefits will end and if you are eligible for a leave payout.  If you do not hear from Human Resources prior to your last day, please call 540-422-8300 to make an appointment.

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LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Q:  I would like to take an extended period of time off from work, who do I need to contact?

A:  Employees that are requesting to take a leave of absence need to contact the Human Resources Department as soon as possible.  Employees will need to put in writing why they are requesting to take the leave.  This request should be sent to the Human Resources Department. 

The request will first need to be approved by the supervisor.  Once that have been completed, the request will then be submitted to the Superintendent or the County Administrator for final approval.  Once this process has been completed, the employee will be notified in writing of the outcome.

Q:  I submitted a leave of absence request and would like to get a status, who do I call?

A:  Please contact the Human Resources Department at 540-422-8300.

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LEAVE

Q:  I am a county government employee and I see that I have two days of personal leave on my Fauquier ePortal where did that come from?

A:  Each full time employee receives two personal leave days July 1st.  These are additional days that employees can use for time off.  These days are ‘use them or lose them’ so at the end of June each year any time that you did not take will NOT roll into the following year.

Q:  I am a school employee and I see that I have three days of personal leave on my Fauquier ePortal where did that come from?

A: Each full time employee receives three personal leave days at the beginning of each school year.  Employees may use this time with supervisor approval for time off.  At the end of each school year, up to two days will roll into the following school year.  Any time above that will be transferred to your sick leave balance.

Q:  How can I find out how much sick and annual leave I have?

A:  Employees can see all of their leave balance on their Fauquier ePortal.  When employees log into their account, they will need to select employee self-service.  Towards the middle of the screen employees can see their balances.  Additional information is also listed under the Time Off tab.

Q:  I have been with the County for five years this year, when will my annual leave accrual be adjusted?

A:  Annual leave accrual are adjusted at the end of the month that your anniversary took place.  You should see the new accrual amount in that month.  If you have any additional questions, please contact the payroll department at 540-422-8300.

Q:  I noticed on my July paycheck my annual leave hours were reduced.  I didn’t take any leave so why do I have less leave available?

A:  At the end of the fiscal year (June) any annual leave that is above the allowable maximum is transferred to employee’s sick leave balance.  The accrual maximums can be found on the annual leave policy on the following link: http://www.fauquiercounty.gov/government/departments-h-z/human-resources/human-resources-policies 

If you have additional questions, please contact the payroll department at 540-422-8300.

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 ON THE JOB INJURIES

Q:  I had an accident at work today, what do I need to do?

A:  If any employee is injured on the job they must report the incident immediately.  The first step is to inform their supervisor of the incident.  Together the employee and supervisor should contact the Nurse Line to report the claim.  The contact number is 1-888-770-0925.

If medical attention is needed, the Nurse Line can provide the employee with the list of approved physicians.  Employees must seek treatment through an approved provider to ensure that the medical bills will be approved. 

Injured employees should remain in contact with their supervisor and the Human Resources Department if there is missed time.  Employees cannot return to work without a return to work note from the physician.  This is to ensure that employees are able to return to work without concern of re-injuring themselves.

If employees have any concerns or questions, please contact the Human Resources Department for assistance at 540-422-8300. 

Q:  I reported an injury and I am now receiving bills from the doctor.  Who should I send the bills to?

A:  Please send the bills to the Human Resources Department.  We will direct the bills to the insurance carrier for processing.

Q:  I have been out of work due to an incident that occurred at work.  Do I have to use my own leave for the time that I am missing?

A:  Employees that are out of work due to an approved workers compensation injury will be paid from the insurance carrier.  The payment will be for 2/3 the employee’s salary after a 7 calendar day waiting period is met.  The additional 1/3 pay can be paid by using the employee’s accrued leave.  Prior to receiving payment, employees will need to sign a form indicate if they would like to use accrued leave while out of work.

If you need to complete the paperwork, please contact the Human Resources Department at 540-422-8300. 

Q:  If I choose not to supplement my pay by using my leave, how will I continue to keep my health insurance?

A:  Employees will receive notice that they need to pay by check for their insurance while not receiving pay.  If you would like to set up payment options, you can contact the Human Resources Department at 540-422-8300 for additional information.

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

Q:  I recently moved and would like to update my address, can I do that on-line?

A:  Yes.  Employees can update their address by logging into their Fauquier ePortal.  Once you have logged in, select Employee Self Service.  Then select Personal Information.  On this screen you should be able to see your current address, phone number and emergency contacts.  Under the address selection you would click on change and then enter your new information. 

The same can be done for your phone number and/or emergency contact.

Q:  I need to update my tax withholdings, how can I do that?

A:  Employees can update their tax withholdings by logging into their Fauquier ePortal.  Once you have logged in, select Employee Self Service.  From there select Pay/Tax Information then select W-4.  You will see what you currently have elected.  If you would like to update that information, click on Edit W-4 Values.  From there you would enter the updated information.

Q:  I recently changed my bank, how can I update my direct deposit information?

A:  Employees can update their direct deposit by logging into their Fauquier ePortal.  Once you have logged in, select Employee Self Service.  From there select Pay/Tax Information then select Direct Deposit.  You will see what you currently have elected.  If you would like to update that information, click on Change|Delete or Add an amount-based account.  From there you would enter the updated information.

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 PAY

Q:  I just looked at my paystub and I believe that my paycheck is incorrect, who do I contact?

A:  If an employee believes that their check is incorrect, they should contact the payroll department at 540-422-8300.

Q:  I work for the school division and have been coaching in addition to my regular position.  How do I know if I am receiving the pay for this supplemental position?

A: If you log into your Fauquier ePortal account you can view your paystubs.  On the pay stub all of the types of pay that you are receiving will be listed separately.  You should see a line for your school position and then a second line that corresponds to the coaching position (ex: basketball coach, baseball coach, etc.)

If you do not see a line for the coaching position that you are working, please contact the Human Resources Department at 540-422-8300 and someone will be able to assist you.

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