Electronic versions of your monthly Payslip and P60 are available to view via Employee Self Service (ESS).
We manage all staff pay for University employees, including hourly-paid and part-time workers and those on permanent, variable-hours and fixed-term contracts.
The process you need to follow as a new member of staff to make sure you get paid, whether you are full time, hourly paid, or work variable hours.
Register with the Payroll office and provide your bank details if you're a new member of staff or you need to update your information.
We aim to make the process of leaving our employment as smooth as possible.
The statutory deductions that will affect your earnings and the voluntary deduction schemes you can benefit from.
Our employees can take advantage of the government cycle to work salary sacrifice scheme, saving tax and national insurance on their commute to and from work.
If you use public transport to travel to work, you can apply for an interest-free loan to help pay for your season ticket.
Use the form to apply for the NurseryPlus salary exchange scheme.
Complete the form to apply for an interest free loan to purchase a motorcycle or bicycle and associated safety equipment.
This guide provides staff with information on how to use the "emergency access to your income" scheme.
Processes and deadlines for staff who are paid by the hour, working variable hours, or in grades 1 to 5 who need to request payment for additional hours.
How to request your pay if you're an hourly paid worker or a member of staff on a variable hours contract including the process your department should follow.
If you're in grades 1 to 5, you can claim extra pay if you've worked longer than your contracted hours. Find out how to claim and what to put on the form.
The payroll deadline dates are the last submission dates that authorised forms must reach Payroll to be included in the monthly payroll cycle.
Use this form to claim fees and expenses for undergraduate external examiners.
Download the maternity notification form to inform your manager and HR of your intended period of leave.
Use this form when applying for paternity leave.
You can apply for unpaid parental leave if you've been a member of staff at the University for a year or more. You need to give at least three weeks' notice.