Important notice for those who receive pay cheques via Canada Post: As of July 7, 2016, as a result of a possible labour disruption at Canada Post, Western Human Resources will not be mailing paycheques to individuals who have requested cheques. All cheques will be held in Human Resources for pickup until further notice. Read more about paycheque pickup.
Western endeavours to provide a total compensation package to its employees that is competitive with our peer universities and other employers. Our goal is to attract and retain individuals who are able to deliver and benefit from “The Western Experience”.
The following pay resources and information may be of interest.
Your T4 and/or T4A will be mailed to you at the address we have on our Human Resource records at the end of February. Please make sure your address on My Human Resources is up to date! For information on obtaining a replacement T4, visit our T4/T4A page.
For those paid weekly, and monthly, pay schedules are located in the Staff/Faculty Resources area of our website (login required).
You may view your earnings statements online in My Human Resources.
If your pay did not reach you and you are a monthly paid employee, please contact Human Resources at 519-661-2194 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a weekly paid employee, please speak with your department supervisor or administrator to ensure your hours have been submitted.
Western salary ranges may be found in some collective agreements, as well as in the Staff/Faculty Resources area of our website (login required).
This Notice of Requirement to Achieve and Maintain Pay Equity is provided by the Pay Equity Commission of Ontario.
If your work at Western ends, you will need a Record of Employment if you intend to apply for Employment Insurance Benefits. Please be aware that Western will electronically file your ROE to Service Canada after your last pay is complete. You may apply online for Employment Benefits before the ROE has been filed.
In January 2012, the federal government made some changes to CPP that may affect those aged 60 to 70 who are working and currently receiving a CPP/QPP retirement pension.
A TD1 form is the federal Personal Tax Credits Return. The TD1ON is the Ontario Personal Tax Credits Return. Completion of both forms allows Western Payroll to modify the rate of tax that will be deducted from your pay. The form outlines each of the credits that are allowed for individuals to claim, including the basic personal amount, tuition fees, etc. You may also direct us to deduct additional taxes from your pay. You may make changes by completing the forms in My Human Resources. Go to Payroll & Compensation > Personal Tax Credit Information). You may wish to review step-by step instructions. If you need assistance call Human Resources at 519-661-2194.