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HR offers online access to pay stubs, forms

Pay stubs, T4 forms and benefit summaries will soon be just a click away for Queen’s employees.

[From paper to online]
This fall, Queen's employees will have online access to view and print their pay advice slips (pay stubs). The new MyHR portal will also allow employees to view their benefits summary, change their home address and some banking information, and update their emergency contact information. 

This fall, Queen’s will introduce MyHR, a new online portal where employees can access and edit some of their Human Resources-related information. The portal will be introduced as part of the upgrade to the HR PeopleSoft system.

“Employees are generally accustomed to going online to do their banking, manage their professional memberships, and make purchases,” says Al Orth, Associate Vice-Principal (Human Resources). “We are pleased to offer employees the same level of online access to their Queen’s information as they enjoy in other areas of their lives.”

The MyHR portal allows employees to go online to:

  • View and print pay advice slips (pay stubs) and T4 forms
  • View their benefits summary
  • Change their home address and some of their banking information
  • Update emergency contact information.

These services will be accessible through any computer at work or at home. Employees will log in to the secure and private MyHR portal using their NetID and password. All employees will be pre-enrolled automatically for these self-service options when the system launches in October 2015. However, employees will have the opportunity to opt out of the self-service functionality.

While the MyHR portal is designed to be intuitive and easy to use, employees will have access to training to help them become familiar with the new system. HR is currently planning to provide accessible, on-campus computer kiosks with printers for employees who do not work at a computer as part of their job.

“The MyHR portal will also help the university lessen its environmental footprint and realize cost savings as we significantly reduce the number of pay advice slips that we print and mail,” Mr. Orth adds.

This upgrade and enhanced functionality follows last year’s successful upgrade to the PeopleSoft financial system. Employees who use HR PeopleSoft as part of their job duties, such as timekeepers, will receive additional training on the upgrade closer to the launch date.

Email psupgrade9.2@queensu.ca if you have any questions about MyHR and the upgrade.

Visit the MyHR website for more information.