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We are Canada's largest payroll and pension administrator. Our objective is to enhance and improve compensation services for federal departments, agencies, and public service pensioners; to add value and to make the best possible use of taxpayers' money.
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Reminder: Public Service Dental Care Plan. When a member proceeds on leave without pay (LWOP) and he is required to pay the employer's part, he must pay his contributions in advance, on a quarterly basis, to maintain his dental coverage.
Payments must be dated and received in the Financial and Payroll Accounting Division (FPAD) at least one month in advance of the month of coverage for which the payment is intended. Payment must include the month in which the employee returns to duty. Post-dated cheques will not be accepted.
Due to a recent Java update, certain users may be unable to log in to the Compensation Web Applications. We are currently working on a solution. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
This is to inform you that the regular pay for 7C accounts for pay period 27 (19/12/2013 – 01/01/2014) will be processed on December 16th. The payment will be dated 31/12/2013 for direct deposit and cheques.
The option to re-start the printing of the paystub on the Compensation Web Application (CWA) site for employee has been removed. When an employee has suppressed the printing of their paystub through the CWA stop printing of the paystub option, there will no longer be an option to re-start once removed. Only Compensation Advisors will be able to re-start by changing the Direct Deposit Payment (DFT) code to a 1 in field 71 (see the Personnel-Pay Input Manual (PPIM) sections PPIM 14-2-1).
On November 18, 2013, PWGSC is resuming the printing and distribution of Notification of Plan Membership (PWGSC-TPSGC 2018) enrolment packages for new active plan members who have joined the public service pension plan since April 2011.
Please be advised that all plan member inquiries should be directed to the Pension Centre at 1-800-561-7930.
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