Our new HR system, MyHR, means your payslip will look slightly different from this month, even if you don’t have access to MyHR yet (store colleagues will get MyHR throughout November).
We’ve created some simple guides to help you understand your new look payslip.
If you usually access your payslip online and have access to the new MyHR system, you’ll see some changes to the layout of your payslip. The changes are shown in this online payslip guide.
If you usually get a paper payslip, we’ll send a guide to let you know the small differences you’ll see along with your October paper payslip – these are different to online. Once you have access to MyHR we’ll continue to send you a paper payslip for the next few paydays so you have time to get used to the system.
Other things to look out for:
- If you’re due the arrears payment you’ll get your two weeks ‘catch-up’ pay – you should already know about this from the letter/email you got in August with your colleague pack
- If you’re on the 1% minimum pension contribution it will increase to 2% in October – letters were sent to the home address of all impacted colleagues from 18 September
- Some colleagues may now qualify for a different rate of holiday pay – we told you about this in your colleague pack too
If you need any advice about accessing your payslip, please contact HR Shared Services on 0330 606 1001 or email email@example.com.
HRD – HR Shared Services, Delivery & Ops