Your pay information
Bi-weekly pay dates - Casual employees as defined in policy 54, and those employees who are covered by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) collective agreement (Food Services and Plant Operations) are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
Monthly pay dates - Faculty, staff, graduate students, and those employees hired on a Temporary Employment Authorization form (contract lasting three months or longer, including co-op students) are paid on a monthly basis.
Pay statements can be viewed on-line through myHRinfo two days in advance of the pay date (Wednesday afternoon of the pay week).
Records of Employment (ROE)
Net pay / benefits cost estimator
The Net Pay/Benefit Cost Estimator is a tool that employees, who are considering a change to their working hours, gross salary, or benefit coverage, can use to estimate what their benefit costs and net pay will be.
Taxes are deducted from your earnings according to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) legislation. Employment income is subject to mandatory tax deductions for income tax, Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions and Employment Insurance (EI) premiums, regardless of the citizenship of the employee.