If your employer uses OnPay, it means they can give you access to create a login and review your own pay stubs. Here's everything you need to know about getting access to your employee account and viewing your pay stub once you're logged in.
Don't have an OnPay login?
If you received an email from OnPay about checking your pay stub, but you don't yet have an OnPay login, DO NOT sign up for a free trial!
Instead, you'll need to gain access to your existing account that was set up by your employer.
What we'll cover
- How to get access to your OnPay account
- Viewing your most recent pay stub
- Viewing your pay stub history
How to get access to your OnPay account
Start by asking your employer for access
If you don’t have access to OnPay, just ask the person who handles payroll for your company to invite you into the employee portal. If it helps, click here for an email template that you can send to them.
Or, copy this sample text and paste it in your draft.
When your employer invites you, you'll receive an email inviting you to create a new password and access your account. If you've already asked your employer to invite you, but you are still unable to log into OnPay, or your employer is unable to send an invitation, call us at (877) 328-6505, or email us at email@example.com.
Viewing your most recent pay stub
When you log into OnPay, you should see your most recent pay stub in your dashboard.
Note: You may be notified after your employer has run payroll, but before the funds have been deposited to your account. Funds are typically deposited by the check date.
Click to view the information about this paycheck. You can download this info, too.
Viewing your pay stub history
Click View All to view and download your previous pay stubs. You can see all wages, withholdings, and deductions.
Note: You can also get here by clicking Earnings in the side menu.