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Salary Payments

Monthly paid Employees:

A net monthly amount is deposited into the employee's account in a bank or credit union in Canada on the last working day of each month.

Government regulations require that deductions be taken for Income tax, Canada Pension Plan, and Employment Insurance. Other deductions, including those to the University's benefits program, are based on each employee's individual circumstances

Bi-Weekly CUPE 229 Employees:

CUPE 229 employees are paid bi-weekly through the PeopleSoft Time & Labor system. Timesheet / schedule information is entered into this system by each departmental Timekeeper.

Government regulations require that deductions be taken for Income tax, Canada Pension Plan, and Employment Insurance. Other deductions, including those to the University's benefits program, are based on each employee's individual circumstances.

Casual Employees:

Casual employees are paid through the PeopleSoft Time & Labor system. Timesheet information is entered into this system by each departmental Timekeeper.  Appropriate deductions are taken for Income tax, Canada Pension Plan, and Employment Insurance.

Salary Pay Advice Slip:

Each payday, a complete statement showing salary and deductions, known as a Salary Pay Advice slip, is made available either electronically via MyHR self-service or via a paper copy sent to the employee’s departmental address. 

For electronic MyHR services, please refer to the following link:
http://www.queensu.ca/humanresources/peoplesoft/myhr