Transition to electronic payslips

The department provides a payslip for all staff in line with Section 536 of the Fair Work Act 2009.

In certain circumstances, such as when you are on leave, we print and mail your payslip to your address.

From April 2019, we intend to stop printing payslips and transition to electronically delivered payslips only.

This contributes to both the Digital2020 and Red Tape Reduction initiatives.

We are seeking your feedback about moving to electronic payslips.

You can now take our survey to share your feedback.

Submit your feedback by 22 March 2019.

The department provides a payslip for all staff in line with Section 536 of the Fair Work Act 2009.

In certain circumstances, such as when you are on leave, we print and mail your payslip to your address.

From April 2019, we intend to stop printing payslips and transition to electronically delivered payslips only.

This contributes to both the Digital2020 and Red Tape Reduction initiatives.

We are seeking your feedback about moving to electronic payslips.

You can now take our survey to share your feedback.

Submit your feedback by 22 March 2019.

  • Summary of employee feedback

    6 months ago

    Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide feedback on our transition to electronic payslips.

    Below is a summary of your feedback:

    • There were 114 responses with the majority providing positive comments to the proposal. Common themes included removing red tape and savings of time, paper and money.

    • Four respondents indicated a preference to continue with a postal option in some circumstances (such as areas with unreliable internet).

    • 94% of the respondents indicated they would opt in to receive an emailed payslip to their nominated email address.

    • A...

    Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide feedback on our transition to electronic payslips.

    Below is a summary of your feedback:

    • There were 114 responses with the majority providing positive comments to the proposal. Common themes included removing red tape and savings of time, paper and money.

    • Four respondents indicated a preference to continue with a postal option in some circumstances (such as areas with unreliable internet).

    • 94% of the respondents indicated they would opt in to receive an emailed payslip to their nominated email address.

    • A few respondents made comments on preference to receiving an email but thought this would mean that their payslip would not be available in Aurion.
      Please note: All payslips will continue to be available in Aurion regardless of an employee’s preference to opt into receiving an email to their nominated email address.

    • A number of respondents also commented on their preference to access their payslip only in Aurion and did not want to receive a payslip in the mail or via email.