Contact Payroll

Contact us with your specific inquiries. If you need to ask questions regarding confidential matters, such as your pay, or life insurance, please raise a ticket with the Integrated Service Centre.

When raising a ticket, please include Campus location, the employee name, employee number, and a detailed description of your issue, including the pay period, if applicable. Please be advised that confidential information cannot be released over the phone.

Contact the Integrated Service Centre with the following inquiries:

  • UBC Vancouver Payroll and Benefits Inquiries
  • UBC Okanagan Payroll and Benefits Inquiries
  • Other Inquiries:
    • Leave of Absence-Benefits Inquiries
    • Tuition Waivers Inquiries

Integrated Service Centre

A Payroll Accounting Adjustment (PAA) is required each time an end user submits or updates a record in Workday to retroactively update an employee’s costing allocation. Payroll is currently manually entering PAAs to redirect the employee’s salary and benefit costs to the correct worktags. Here is a list of common PAA questions:

When will a PAA be done?

PAAs to move salary and benefits are only triggered for retroactive costing allocation changes for which there are amounts budget dated within the date frame of the costing allocation change. Payroll Accounting Adjustments have been completed up to and including June 15, 2021. Please only submit tickets for Payroll Accounting Adjustment questions after the stated date has passed when the costing allocation change in question was completed.

Can a given PAA be done on priority?

Requests to process PAA’s ahead of the schedule will not be accommodated as it would cause increased delays overall. There is a project underway to automate PAA’s that is beginning in this month (September 2021).

Is there a given PAA (due to a retroactive costing allocation change) in the queue to be done?

We cannot tell what amount will be moved by looking at a PAA line in the PAA report, so even if there is a PAA line to be done in the report it does not guarantee anything. Also, the PAA reports are pulled in order as they are being processed, as there is manual manipulation to the reports required.

It is best to understand costing allocations concepts and understand when PAAs are triggered. PAAs to move salary and benefits are only triggered for retroactive costing allocation changes for which there are amounts budget dated within the date frame of the costing allocation change. Please take the costing allocations training course, page 3-10 contains information on this matter.

If the PAAs have been completed for a pay period, and you are still seeing a discrepancy that you didn’t expect, that is the time to raise a ticket with the Integrated Services Centre.

Payroll Leadership Team - UBC Vancouver

Team Lead, Payroll (Surname A-Lep) Wade Noseworthy
Team Lead, Payroll (Surname Leq-Z)  Jacqueline Hua
Manager, Payroll Operations & Control Stanley Lau
Payroll Director Dawn Irmscher

 Payroll Leadership Team - UBC Okanagan

Payroll & Benefits Specialist Brydie Chamberlain
Payroll & Benefits Administrator Paula Lambert
Finance Services and Research Finance Manager Scott Jolley