Workday is an intuitive and contemporary HR platform that is accessible across any desktop or mobile device and provides employees and University affiliates with access to information related to their pay, leave and contact information.
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Casual academics in Colleges will continue to have their activities managed via Casual Academic Scheduling & Payment System (CASP).
Casual academics in portfolios will continue to enter their timesheets via ESS.
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Note: All salary rates are set by the Enterprise Agreement 2019 to 2022. The details of your salary rate are included in your letter of employment.
* Casuals must refer to the pay deadlines for when casual timesheets must be submitted and approved by.
At Flinders University pay day is alternate Fridays. View pay dates and deadlines .
Your pay is usually credited to your bank account earlier. While we endeavour to continue to provide your pay at the current time there may be occasions where, for reasons beyond our control, it is not credited to your bank account until Friday. Given this, please ensure any payments being direct debited from your account are scheduled after the pay Friday.
Annual leave loading is paid to all eligible staff members at the end of each calendar year, usually in the last pay before Christmas.
The payment is based on the number of completed months of service for each employee and does not reflect annual leave taken but rather leave accrued within that year, subject to a maximum payment.
In the event that a staff member ceases employment with the University prior to the end of a calendar year, the staff member involved will receive their annual leave loading entitlement accrued up to the last day of employment.
|UniSup DBD/Acc 2||Defined Benefit Division (Accumulation 2): On your payslip the amount that appears under Deduction is your 7% (or 8.25% if salary sacrificing) contribution and under Subsidy is the University's 14% contribution.|
|UniSup Accum 1 - Accumulation 1||On your payslips the amount that appears under Subsidy is the University 3% contribution if you are in the Defined Benefit Division (Accumulation 2), or 17% if in UniSuper Accumulation 1.|
|UniSup A1-VolCo - Accumulation 1||This is a voluntary pre-tax contribution to UniSuper Accumulation 1.|
|UniSup SGC - Accumulation 1||This is your Superannuation Guarantee Contribution. The University contributes 10.5% if you are not in Defined Benefit Division (Accumulation 2) or UniSuper Accumulation 1.|
When a superannuation payment appears on your payslip, either under Deduction or Subsidy, it is remitted to the applicable fund on the pay date that appears at the top of the payslip.
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