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Wilfrid Laurier University Human Resources
March 4, 2015

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Wilfrid Laurier Universityemployeesover 5,500 members. The Payroll Department administers all employees' payroll needs in-house on pre-determined pay schedules. This service is compliant with University policies, legislative and regulatory requirements relative to employee tax withholdings, remittances and employer reporting obligations, as defined by applicable regulatory agencies.

University employees are paid through direct deposit and pay stubs are available on line. How to Access Your Online Pay Stub

Please click on the links to find out more information concerning your pay schedule, payroll forms and specific answers to frequently asked questions.



2015 Payroll Schedules now define additional Due Dates. Please check the Payroll Schedulespage


Effective June 1, 2014, minimum wage in Ontario will be increasing to $11.00 per hour.

Laurier's Student Wage Guidelines have been updated to reflect the increase in minimum wage.Any positions that are currently paid below $11.00 per hour will be automatically adjusted by payroll to the new minimum wage rate as of June 1st (with all hours worked on/after June 1st paid at the new rate).

Positions currently at or above $11.00 per hour will not be adjusted unless notification has been provided to payroll.Notification of any increases should be provided to payroll on the Student Time sheetor Student Web Time Entry-Adjustment Pay Sheet.?

Existing wage grids for specialized student positions at the University (e.g. Instructional Assistants, SI Assistants, etc.) have been reviewed and adjusted as required.

Please contact Human Resources should you have any questions.


2013 T4s, T4As and T4A-NRs were released Thursday, February 20th, 2014. Active full-time employee's T4were delivered inter-office. All otherswere mailed to the current address on file.

An unofficial copy of T4 forms can also be accessed through your LORIS account.


2014 Payroll Information:

  • Canada Pension Plan deductions will commence with the first pay of 2014. The Annual Maximum for 2014 is $2,425.50.
  • Employment Insurance deductions will commence with the first pay of 2014. The Annual Maximum for 2014 is $913.68.
  • The Federal TD1 basic exemption amount has been adjusted to $11,138.00.
  • The Provincial TD1ON basic exemption amount has been adjusted to $9,670.00.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please click on the link to return to the Human Resources homepage.

Student Employee and General Inquiries:

Adriana Papp, Jr. Payroll Administrator, ext. 6115

BW Bi-Weeklyand FS Bi-Weekly:

Employees, last name A to L:

Barbara Niewinski, Payroll Administrator, ext. 2179

Employees, last nameM to Z:

Carmen Hociota, Payroll Administrator, ext. 6382

Monthly (WLUFA and Librarians):

Ellen Tian,Senior Payroll Administrator, ext. 6865

Manager, Payroll Services: Christine Barry ext. 6432