Payslip changes (20 May 2013)
As you may be aware, the University is adopting a new payroll system. The impact of this change for employees is minimal, with a slight change to the layout and design of the printed payslip being the extent of the change for most staff. If you have any concerns or queries about the changes, please contact your Administrator or the Payroll team via the usual channels.
Payroll Project: Impact on finance staff (1 May 2013)
Following several months of parallel running of the outsourced Trent Payroll system and the CoreHR payroll module, the University will take a decision next week, on whether to switch over to CoreHR for the May payroll run. In addition to the general communications, finance staff in departments should also be aware that there will be changes on Oracle Financials and to the Payroll Costing Report (currently produced in OPENDoor) once the payroll is switched over. The details of these changes can be found on the Payroll Project page.
For further information regarding the impact of the go-live of Core Pay, please refer to the Payroll Briefing slides, available on the HRIS Programme website.
The Payroll team deals with all departments and divisions of the University and is responsible for the timely and accurate payment of all University salaries and wages, also providing advice and guidance on expenses and benefits and managing the University Relocation scheme.
Main, casual and pensioners' Payroll
The Payroll team operates two University payrolls: The main monthly payroll which includes payments to casual workers and the pensions payroll. The Payroll team is responsible for the timely and accurate payment of over 12,000 staff, plus 2,000 casual workers and over 3,000 pensioners each month.
Please note: The administration and payment of the OSPS pensioners' payroll is dealt with by the Pensions Office. All general enquiries, including queries regarding rates of pensions and changes to personal details, should be addressed to the Pensions Office.