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myETF Employer Online Services Training
Up to this point, myETF training has introduced just a few of the many myETF Employer Online Services features. myETF Employer Online Services training will teach you how to use the complete functionality of myETF Employer Online Services.
myETF Employer Online Services Training – Retirement (WRS) will be offered once again in Fall 2018, contingent on approval of the first release of myETF Employer Online Services targeted for January 1, 2019. The course will also be offered in two formats: in-person and online.
myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation training is a prerequisite for myETF Employer Online Services Retirement (WRS) training. You must complete Confirmation training before attending this session.
myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation Training
These webinars focus on the myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation/Testing process and the relevant users’ guide. This training will aid employers and payroll vendors in demonstrating comprehension of the ability to submit employee information to ETF.
*Note that you will receive the link to the myETF Confirmation environment within two business days of viewing or attending the training.
myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation – File Upload: This training targets individuals who will submit payroll information and demographic updates via the myETF Payroll and/or Employment Files in myETF Employer Online Services for myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation. Employer payroll vendors who handle payroll responsibilities on behalf of employers are also required to attend this training.
myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation – Manual Entry: These webinar sessions offer the important information needed by individuals who intend to manually confirm their payroll information.
The webinars run approximately 90 minutes.
Employers are required to have at least one staff member participate in a myETF Employer Reporting confirmation process webinar, including employers who plan to submit information manually to ETF. Employer payroll vendors who handle payroll responsibilities on behalf of employers are also required to attend this training.
The myETF Employer Payroll File or the myETF Employer Employment File (if applicable) training(s) are a prerequisite to the myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation training (see below).
- User Guide
- File Upload - Confirmation Webinar PowerPoint (Revised June 29, 2017)
- Manual Entry - Confirmation Webinar PowerPoint (Revised June 29, 2017)
- File Upload - Confirmation Instructions
- Manual Entry - Confirmation Instructions
- myETF Employer Reporting Confirmation - Demonstration Videos
The videos below guide you with pop-up text boxes and do not contain audio.
- Logging In
- Creating and Updating Reporting Cycles
- File Upload - Uploading a File
- Using File History to Correct and Process a File
- Manual Entry - Creating Manual Work Reports
- Manual Entry - Adding New Members
- Correcting and Submitting a Work Report
- Manual Entry - Correcting and Submitting Work
- Manual Entry - Work Report Examples
- Employer Bulletin – New myETF Training: Employer Reporting Confirmation Vol. 34, No. 8
- Employee Status Change Transaction Reference Chart (October 27, 2017)
- ONE Site Transactions Compared to myETF Employee Status Changes (November 9, 2017)
- Employment Status Changes Guide (November 8, 2017)
- Erroneous Enrollment Steps (November 8, 2017)
- Sample Payroll File CSV (March 6, 2017)
- Sample Employment File CSV (March 6, 2017)
- myETF Solutions for Employers (August 24, 2017)
If you have any questions, please send an email to myETFEmployers@etf.wi.gov or call your ETF case manager toll free at 1-877-533-5020 or by calling 608-266-3285 (local Madison).
myETF Employment File Resource Training
This 60-minute recorded webinar focuses on the myETF Employment File Resource.
This training targets individuals who will submit employment and demographic information to ETF. The myETF Employment File Resource training is required for at least one staff member of every employer who offers ETF-administered life, health or income continuation insurance benefits, including those who plan to submit information manually through myETF Employer Online Services. We recommend the training for all other employers.
The Employment File allows employers to submit information about new employees to ETF prior to the payroll information submission in which those employees are first reported. Doing so will enable employees to enroll in ETF-administered insurance benefits within the appropriate eligibility window, which may close before the employer submits payroll information. Employers may also use this file to report changes to current employee demographic and enrollment information that needs to be processed before the next payroll information submission. All employers will have the ability to submit Employment Files; however, it is not required. Employers that do not offer ETF-administered insurance benefits may choose to first report new employees via the payroll information submission. Smaller employers, even those that offer ETF-administered insurance benefits, may choose to manually enter this information into myETF Employer Online Services.
myETF Employer Payroll File Resource training is a prerequisite for this webinar (see below).
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myETF Payroll File Resource Training
This 60-minute recorded webinar focuses on the myETF Payroll File Resource. This training targets individuals who handle payroll responsibilities for employers who offer ETF-administered benefits. This includes those who need to understand the content and format of payroll and benefit information described in the myETF Employer Payroll File Resource, which will be reported each payroll cycle in myETF. We encourage all of your employees who may interact with myETF to attend a webinar.
Employers are required to have at least one staff member participate in a Payroll File Resource webinar, including employers who currently submit information manually to ETF.
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