In addition, Carleton has partnered with the online learning site: Lynda.com. Lynda.com is a tool that offers a wide range of training sources taught by industry experts. This resource offers 1,400 video tutorials that employees can access. For more information please visit Lynda.com FAQ.
Healthy Workplace at Carleton University is dedicated to creating challenges and activities that will benefit both your physical and mental health. To get involved, please check out their Monthly Challenges.
In order to view your current benefit plan details, you can go to the ‘Employee Services’ section on Carleton Central and view ‘Benefits and Deductions.’ You can find more information on our Benefits FAQ page on our internal site. If you are a dependant or beneficiary of a Carleton employee, you can find more information on our Employee Depentent FAQ page.
If you are Carleton student, you are covered by your student association plan. If you are an undergraduate student, please visit the CUSA page for more details. If you are a graduate student, please visit the GSA page for more details.
Contract instructor benefits are provided by CUPE4600. Please contact your union for more information about your coverage.
To either apply, or obtain confirmation of a your SIN, gather all of the required original documents to prove your identity and status in Canada and take them to the nearest Service Canada point of service.
Certificate of Birth or Birth Certificate
Certificate of Canadian Citizenship
Permanent Resident Card
Confirmation of Permanent Residence, plus a travel document or an alternate photo identification
Record or Verification of Landing
Status Verification or Verification of Status
A study permit that indicates that the permit holder “may accept employment’ or “may work” in Canada OR a study permit and a “confirmation to work of campus” letter. If neither of these requirements are met, contact CIC to verify your eligibility to apply for an amended study permit
You can access your pay stubs through Carleton Central, under the ‘Employee Services’ tab. Select ‘Pay Information.’ Then, click on ‘Direct Deposit Advice,’ and select the year. From here, click on a pay date in red to bring up earnings and deductions for that payment.
Once you have submitted your request, you will receive an acknowledgement e-mail from Human Resources. If you receive this e-mail and you did not request the change, please contact Human Resources immediately.
To change your direct deposit information in person, visit Human Resources in 507 Robertson Hall to change your personal banking information. Bring with you:
A void cheque or a Direct Deposit Authorization Form (available from your bank)
Photo ID (examples: Driver’s License, Passport, Campus Card)
All employees are entitled to statutory holiday pay.
The employee must have worked their full regularly scheduled shift before and after the statutory holiday to receive this pay. Please note: if the supervisor grants the day off, it is not counted against the employee’s statutory pay. Even if the employee is granted the day off due to illness, he or she will receive statutory holiday pay. Only in circumstances where the employee does not show up and does not have permission to take the day off, statutory holiday pay may be withheld.
If you have been previously paid by Carleton, and your banking information has not changed, you do not need to be documented. If you are unsure, log in to Carleton Central. If you have the “Employee Services” tab, you have already been documented. If you do not, please submit the documentation package and supplementary documents.
It is the worker’s responsibility to report any workplace hazards to their immediate supervisors. A hazard is defined as any practice, behaviour, condition, thing, situation, or a combination of these things, having the potential to cause injury or illness to a person or damage to property or equipment. For more information, please consult Carleton’s Hazard Reporting Policy.
In a workplace incident, no injury or illness occurs. An incident is defined as an event that could have resulted in an illness or injury if a slightly different set of circumstances had transpired. Examples of this can include: fires, explosions, spills, etc. Incidents like workplace injuries still need to be reported to the workplace supervisor. For more information, please consult Hazard Identification and Reporting.
By definition, a workplace injury is classified as any illness, injury, or acute psychological trauma caused by physical, chemical, or biological hazards in the workplace. All workplace injuries or illnesses must be immediately reported to the workplace supervisor. For more information, please consult Hazard Identification and Reporting.