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Available for employee self-service accounts only, this screen is used to review and update your personal information in the payroll. This includes basic information such as your address, contact information and preferred language of correspondence.
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The following section of this help page describes the various columns that can appear in the main table on this screen. If you see a column description below that does not appear on your screen, you can add the column to your view by using the Customize option under the Views button (located at the left side of the screen just above the table). Refer to the Customize View help page for more help on this feature.
Use this cell to enter the physical address (where applicable) at which the employee resides. The address can be entered as one entity (e.g. 698 South Street or Suite 3 - 600 South Street).
Use this cell to enter the employee's date of birth. You may either enter a date in the field provided using the mmm/dd/yyyy format (e.g. if the date is August 31, 1977, you would enter Aug/31/1977. You can also enter a date by selecting the Calendar icon and choosing a date from the pop-up window that appears.
Use this cell to enter the city in which the employee resides. This is typically the city shown on their mailing address, for T4/T4A and documentation purposes.
Use this cell to enter the number of dependents for which the employee will claim for credits/exemptions on their TD1 form. Valid dependents can include qualifying relatives. Most claims require that the dependent reside with the employee.
Use this cell to enter the employee's email address. This email address is used if you are sending email Pay Statements via the Reports screen. Note: If you have created a Self-Service user account for an employee, this email address will be automatically assigned to their user account (athough they are permitted to change it if they wish).
Valid email addresses, such as email@example.com are made up of the name, followed by the @ symbol, followed by a domain. The domain part is not case-sensitive, but the name portion may be, depending on the recipient's email server settings. Underscores and hyphens are permitted, but other special characters are not (e.g. #, $, !, quotes and spaces).
Note: eNETEmployer does allow you to enter an email address when it is already assigned to another employee in your company, but you will be presented with a warning message of the duplicated email address.
This cell displays the unique number that identifies the employee in this payroll. Alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers) may be used. e.g. 001, or MGM001.
Use this cell to specify the employee's preferred association. Editing the cell displays a drop down list with the available options.
Use this cell to enter the employee's first name (also referred to "given name" or "personal name"). For example, John Smith's given name is "John". The cell supports special characters - e.g. María-Jose or Günther.
Use this cell to enter the first letter of the employee's second name (also referred to "middle initial). For example, John Michael Scott's middle initial would be entered as "M". This feature is primarily for employees who prefer their names to be listed in this manner, but is also useful in cases where more than one employee share the same first and last names.
Use this cell to specify the language that will be used for each employee for various reports and pay stubs they will receive. Currently, the program supports Canada's two official languages: English and French. Editing the cell displays a drop-down list with the following three options:
Refer to the Options help page for more information on this feature.
Use this cell to specify the employee's Postal Code, based on their Canadian mailing address. The required format is two groups of three characters each, starting with a letter and alternating with a number (e.g. R2R 2R2). Note: The employee's Country setting must be set to Canada in order to use this setting.
Use this cell to specify the employee's Canadian province (or U.S. state) of residence.
Use this cell to enter the employee's Social Insurance Number (SIN). This number is validated and must adhere to the required 9-digit format. Note: If you enter a SIN that is already used by another employee, a warning message wil displayed that the number is already in use, and the new SIN will not be accepted.
Use this cell to enter the employee's surname (also referred to "family name or "last name"). For example, John Smith's surname would be entered as Smith. You can also enter surname prefixes for employee names that require one. For example, John Van Houton's surname would be entered as Van Houten. The cell also supports special characters - e.g. O'Leary or Elkjærd.
Use this cell to specify the employee's phone number. The format of the phone number is "+Country Code (Area Code) Phone Number +Extension". For example, if Joe Smith lives in Winnipeg, MB and his phone number includes an extension of 300, you would enter: 1 204 555-5555 +300.
Use this cell to specify the employee's Zip Code, based on their U.S. mailing address. The required format is one group of five numerical characters (e.g. 90210). Note: The employee's Country setting must be set to United States in order to use this setting.