Frequently Asked Questions: Payroll
- If I have more then one job, do I get separate time sheets?
- How do I complete a timesheet?
- What do I do if I have more than one position?
- Who has to sign the timesheet?
- What happens if the timesheet is late?
- What happens if I have lost my timesheet?
- Where do I take the timesheet after it is completed?
- Can I use a photocopy of my timesheet?
- Where do I get a new timesheet?
- When is the deadline for submitting a timesheet?
- Why has my pay decreased from December to January?
- How do I check on my current deductions/benefits contributions?
- How can I obtain a paystub from a previous pay period?
- When will I get my T4?
- What are the statutory holidays for this year?
- How do I change my personal banking information?
- How do I hire a student?
- How do I get information on Canada Savings Bonds?
- How do I request a Record of Employment?
- I’ve moved – who do I notify?
No, you will use the same timesheet for all positions. Be sure to include the account # and pay rate for each position.
Write down the number of hours worked for each day of the pay period. Be sure to include the pay rate for each position.
Each employee needs to sign their own timesheet as well as their supervisor. If a timesheet is missing either signature, it will not be processed.
If a timesheet is submitted late, it will be processed with the next scheduled pay period.
If you lose your timesheet you must have your supervisor request a replacement in writing to the payroll office.
No. Only original timesheets will be accepted.
Every time you submit a timesheet for processing a new timesheet (along with a pay stub) will be sent to you on pay day. It will be sent to the location you specified on your hiring form.
Timesheets must be received no later than 12 noon on the Monday preceding payday. No exceptions. Timesheets received after the deadline will be processed with the next pay period.
The most common reason for this is CPP & EI deductions. Any employee who reaches the maximum contribution deduction in a calendar year will have their deductions stopped. Since January is the start of a new calendar year CPP & EI deductions will resume.
Each pay day you will be sent a pay stub which will show your earnings, deductions and any benefits that you may be entitled to.
We cannot duplicate the actual paystub, but we can print a report for you that will provide the same information contained on the stub.
The University has until March 1st to distribute all T4 slips. T4 slips will be sent to your work location. If you no longer work for the University your T4 slip will be mailed. Please ensure that the payroll office has your current mailing address for up to 14 months following your departure from the University.
You can also go to csb.gc.ca/employees and select Buy or Change my Payroll Savings Plan. Our organization ID is 12170. It’s that easy.
Please email payroll with your request.