IRS regulations (IRS Reg. §31-3402(f)(2)-1(c)(3) requires employers to remind employees to submit Form W-4 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, if your filing status, exemption allowances, or exempt status has changed since the last filing of your Form W-4. If you have not had any changes, there is no requirement that a new form be submitted.


If you are currently claiming exempt status, your exemption for 2022 expires February 15, 2023 and you will need to complete and submit prior to this date to keep your exempt status. If you do not complete a new W-4 form by this date, your tax status will change to Single and zero allowances. Any taxes withheld on or after February 15, and by the time a new W-4 is submitted for processing will not be refunded.


Your 2022 W-2 will be postmarked and available January 31, 2023.  If you consented to receive electronically, you will be able to access on that day.  If you did not make a selection, or opted out of electronic delivery, your W-2 will be mailed (1.31.23) to the address on file with Atrium Payroll Services LLC as of December 31, 2022.


Federal, State and City requirements enforce notification of Earned Income Credit. If you live and pay taxes to one of the following jurisdictions, please review your state/local website for EITC Considerations: CA, IL, LA, MD, NJ, OR, TX, VA, Philadelphia.

Mandates related to covid

If you are working in a city/state that offers specific COVID time off, including time off for vaccines, please reach out to the payroll team ( to confirm eligibility requirements.

Atrium prioritizes your safety and health in the workplace. If you ever have any questions or concerns about measures being taken to ensure your well-being, please submit a report via the Atrium CARES Portal. If you are unable to complete the online report, you can also call the anonymous Atrium Safety and Health Hotline at 888.706.0813.

We are continuing to closely monitor the updates from federal and local authorities, as well as global health experts, regarding the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).

Atrium will continue to closely monitor the situation and will issue additional guidance as needed. We remain committed to the health and safety of our employees and encourage you to take every available precaution to remain healthy during this time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Atrium Representative.