Workday is launching January 7, 2019!

Improved service and client experience is at the forefront of the Workday implementation at Waterloo; with simple, electronic Human Resources (HR) transactions that put control in the hands of managers and employees.

What will change for me on January 7th?

Workday will provide more self-service options and allow all employees to manage and view their vacation days, benefit eligibility, personal information, and much more.

Take a look at the What's changing page for more information on what will change for you as an employee or manager.

Personal Information

Change your personal information such as address, phone number, email address, etc.


Submit or update absences such as vacation, time-off, maternity leave, etc.


View and update benefits, beneficiaries, and dependents


Update banking information, view payslips, download tax documents


View completed learning courses and enrol into courses


View the University directory and your org chart

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  1. Oct. 24, 2018HR to host Workday Mini Town Hall in November

    Broad engagement and collaboration has been at the forefront of Workday implementation at Waterloo. Your Human Resources (HR) experience is a top priority and we want to hear from you!

  2. Sep. 19, 2018Workday is coming to Waterloo: September update

    Replacing myHRinfo, Workday will provide University of Waterloo staff and faculty with a user-friendly Human Resources (HR) system that minimizes paper process and gives employees easy access to their pay, benefits and personal HR information. Workday is going live campus-wide in January 2019.

  3. May 28, 2018Workday User Acceptance Testing begins in June

    Workday, the new Human Resources system with improved usability and new functionality, is coming to the University of Waterloo early next year. Throughout 2018, Human Resources and Information, Systems & Technology are collaborating to design the system so that it meets the needs of employees across campus.

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