From May 2020 onwards monthly Pay Advice (payslips) and P60s will be generated and distributed electronically and e-mailed to your university e-mail address. As well as modernising our processes this will enhance our environmental sustainability. This arrangement includes employees of Bangor’s subsidiary companies but excludes members of the Bangor University Pension Scheme who will continue to receive paper copies.
E-mail delivery will be augmented by a self-service portal in due course. The self-service portal will keep all payslips that have been generated in case you delete your e-mailed copy. Details of how to access the portal will appear here in due course.
Some frequently asked questions are shown below.
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Questions and Answers
- I don’t have a Bangor University computer account, what should I do?
All members of staff will have an account. If you are unsure what your username and password are please contact the IT Services helpdesk or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or 8111.
- I didn’t receive my March and April 2020 payslips?
Due to the COVID-19 regulations the distribution of payslips was impaired. Electronic copies of these payslips will be sent at the end of May together with the May payslip.
- I am working from home / on furlough and unable to access the internet at this time, what should I do?
Don’t worry if you haven’t got access to a computer or mobile device right now, your payslips will remain on our systems and you can use one of the many open access computers around the University when you return to site.
- I’m unable to use a computer and need to have a paper copy
Due to the ongoing COVID situation we are unable to enter our offices to produce and distribute paper copies. We will revisit this problem when we return.