University employees are paid on a biweekly basis through direct deposit. Employees who report hours are paid one week in arrears; all others are paid to date.
Please access the menu on the right to find information related to:
- E-Pay Statement - university employees are able to access pay statement(s) through the Electronic Pay Statement portal
- Find information on the Canada Savings Plan Payroll Program
- Access forms to keep your payroll information current (e.g. start or change your payroll direct deposit, change of address, Record of Employment, etc.)
- Find links to government websites related to payroll and employment
Human Resources administers the accurate and timely delivery of payroll service to all employees, compliant with University policies, legislative and regulatory requirements relative to employee tax withholdings, remittances and employer reporting obligations as defined by applicable regulatory agencies.
On November 27, 2017, under Bill 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, the Ontario government passed legislation increasing Ontario’s minimum wage effective January 1, 2018. Further information may be found in the January 1, 2018 Minimum Wage Rate Increase section.