Payroll cannot talk to employees directly on the phone. We have no way to verify that you are who you say you are on the phone and payroll information is considered confidential. The only way you can contact payroll is to have your manager/supervisor put in an inquiry or adjustment.
The exception is the garnishment department. Due to the highly personal nature of garnishments, we will talk to you directly about child support/garnishments, etc. PM me if you want that phone number as I don't want to post it in an open forum. If you have other payroll related questions, PM me and I'll do my best to help you out or tell you who to contact through official channels.
To answer the bear2's question (yes, I realize it's really old but I see this come up every day) about vacation and working during the paid vacation.
The payroll system will take child support or any other active garnishment from every check produced. It will not recognize that you have already been paid a vacation for that week and then ended up working. When this happens, your manager/supervisor MUST put in an adjustment asking the payroll dept to override the CS/garn on your worked check to zero for the week. (Payroll will not automatically look for or correct this.) The funds deducted for CS/garn are sent out to the third party immediately so we do not have the ability to refund this money but can always zero out the deduction on a future week to offset a double dip. Same thing if you sell back vacations because they will cause an extra check to be generated.
To Steven, paystubs are not emailed. You can look them up on upsers.com as another poster answered.
To Helen, contact the center you worked for and have them request a payroll (536) history for you if you are unable to access upsers.com. The record of employment will have to come from HR.