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Enhanced Reporting — Gold Certification

Enhanced Reporting — Gold CertificationRetirement Online enhanced reporting improves the way you work with NYSLRS — and Gold Certification will get you started. If your organization has 15 or fewer employees, you can begin your gold certification process right away by getting started with manual reporting in Retirement Online.

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Get Started

Do you have 15 or fewer employees? You are eligible to use Retirement Online enhanced manual reporting. Watch the Manual Enhanced Reporting video to learn more, and then fill out the Get Started Form.

More than 15 employees? Watch the Gold Certification Process video and fill out the Employer Reporting Use Survey. A NYSLRS team member will contact you and help plan your transition to enhanced reporting.

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Gold Certification Process

Employers will transition to enhanced reporting in 10 transition groups. A new group is scheduled to kick-off every quarter. The Gold Certification process takes place over a six-month timeframe (three months of transition support followed by three months of specialized support) and begins with the development of a customized transition plan for every employer. By the end of this process, your organization will:

Already Working on Gold Certification?

If you’re already working with NYSLRS on Gold Certification and your transition to enhanced reporting, review the 8 Step Plan for training and support resources.

 

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Questions & Answers

Want to know how the enhanced report will change the way you report employee information to NYSLRS? Read through our list of employer-submitted questions and answers.