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(15 ILCS 405/13)
(from Ch. 15, par. 213)
Payment of salaries of State employees - Schedule.
The comptroller shall prepare a schedule showing the dates on which all
employees of the State shall be paid. All employees shall be paid at least
semi-monthly, except that employees of the University of Illinois,
Chicago State University, Eastern Illinois University, Governors State
University, Illinois State University, Northeastern Illinois University,
Northern Illinois University, Western Illinois University, and Southern
Illinois University who are not subject to the
State Universities Civil Service System shall be paid at least
once each month. No payment shall be made before the completion of the
period for which the compensation is being paid, except that employees
leaving the service of the State may be paid at the termination of their
period of employment.
Such schedule shall be prepared showing such dates of payment so as to
provide as far as is practical, an even flow of work for issuance of
warrants in payment of personal services.
In making payments for a fractional part of a pay period, that part of
the regular compensation for the period shall be paid represented by a
fraction, the numerator being the number of days worked and the denominator
being the number of work days in the period. However, in making payments
for a fractional part of a pay period for positions subject to the jurisdiction
of the Department of Central Management Services, that part of the regular
compensation shall be paid by deducting an amount determined by multiplying
the number of work days without pay by the applicable daily rate as defined
within the Department of Central Management Services Pay Plan.
In employments of a teaching or professional nature in connection with
the educational, charitable, penal or reformatory institutions, where the
compensation of an employee is based upon an annual salary, a teaching or
professional year may be substituted for a calendar year in determining the
(Source: P.A. 89-4, eff. 1-1-96.)