Workday is the University of British Columbia's HR and Finance system. It allows faculty, staff and student employees to enter vacation requests, enrol in benefits, update contact information, etc.
A list of frequently searched for tasks and corresponding Instructions can be found on the myWorkday tab.
CAMPUS WIDE LOGIN (CWL)
The CWL system provides access to many of the University's online systems, including the Faculty Service Centre and Canvas. Instructions to set up access can be found on the UBC CWL website.
Faculty, staff and student employees are responsible for adding and updating their direct deposit information in Workday.
UBC issues online tax slips on Workday that are identical to the printed form and are accepted by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) when filing taxes. The Workday Knowledge Base job aid provides instructions on how to access and download T4 slips.
Details on starting salaries, scales and progression at the Allard School of Law can be found on the UBC HR website.
Payroll related questions, including how to understand your pay-cheque can be answered by contacting your UBC payroll representative.
All faculty, staff and students are required to enrol for benefits coverage in Workday.
Learn more the UBC HR website about the various types of benefit coverage UBC offers, including dental, life insurance and extended health care.
Visit the UBC Workplace Learning website for mandatory training and other course.
HOUSING & RELOCATION
Housing & Relocation Services provide support to faculty and staff members moving to Vancouver.
Information on buying a parking permit, paying a ticket or checking parkade available in real time is available from UBC Parking.
REQUEST TIME OFF
Employees can submit requests for time off via Workday. This includes vacation, sick leave and dependant illnesses.
LEARNING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Faculty and staff are encouraged to further their professional and personal development by taking part in the many learning and professional development opportunities available at UBC. Details on the type of programs and courses offered can be found at the Workplace Learning Ecosystem
Stay up to date on the latest collective agreements for the various employment groups found at the Allard School of Law.
The Adjunct Handbook (PDF) contains useful reference material for new and continuing adjunct faculty. Annual updates are made to information on matters such as teaching, examination rules and administration.
Still have questions?
Additional Faculty and Staff Resources can be found the UBC HR website.