Figure 1: Example Payslip Portal payslip.
You may view all of your payslips stored in InPay through the Payslip Portal.
The application is designed to be as low maintenance as possible.
You can register yourself and reset your own password so
long as you have the following data stored in InPay:
- NI Number
If you do not have an NI Number or Email address stored in InPay, please contact your employer.
If you've forgotten your password, you may reset it by clicking the Forgot your password? link on the login page.
Figure 2: Login page.
You will be greeted with the above screen when loading the Payslip Portal.
You must first click the Create an account link to create an account. This will load the page below.
Figure 3: Registration/Forgotten Password page.
The following information must be entered to register:
- Company Code – You will be notified of this by your employer.
- Email – This must match your Work Email (if you have no work email, this will fall back to Home Email).
- NI Number – This must match your current NI Number.
- Username – You can chose your own username. It is recommended your Work Email is used. If the username already exists on the system, it will be suffixed with a number to make it unique.
- Password Confirm.
The register button must be clicked after entering all of the above information.
If successful, you will be redirected to a confirmation page. If any of the information does not match
the values stored in InPay or is otherwise invalid, an error message will be displayed.
At this point you will not be able to login.
Shortly after registering, you will receive an email with your username
and a link to activate your account. After clicking the link, the message Confirmation
complete will be displayed. At this point, your account is now enabled and the you may
login with the username provided in the email.
Figure 4: Example Payslip Portal payslip. Logo loads from the company logo stored in InPay if there is one.
After logging on, the most recent payslip will be displayed. Previous payslips
may be viewed by selecting a different Pay Date in the top left drop down list.
Payslips may be printed by clicking the Print button.
Figure 5: Change password page.
You may change your password by clicking the Change Password link and
entering the following information:
- Current Password
- New Password
- New Password Confirm
If the change is successful, you will be returned to the Payslip Details page.
Otherwise any errors will be displayed.
Figure 6: Reset password link.
You may reset your password if you still know your username.
If you have forgotten your username, you must go through the Employee
Self Registration process to choose a new one.
You may reset your password with the following steps:
- Click the Forgot your password? link on the login page
- Enter your Username
- Click the Reset Password button
If successful, the page will show the email address
(with the first 4 characters blanked out for security)
that the temporary password has been sent to. You may then
login with this temporary password and change it to
something more memorable.
A confirmation link sent to your email address must be loaded before the account is enabled.
This confirms that you have access to the email account stored in InPay.
Passwords must be at least 8 characters long and contain 1 number and 1 non-alphanumeric character.
The length can be adjusted by Support on a per customer basis.
Maximum Incorrect Password Limit
If a password is entered incorrectly 6 times, you will no longer be able to login,
even if the correct password is entered. You must go through the password reset process
(or registration) to be able to login. An administrator may also change this password
in InPay to enable/test the account.
This limit is reset on every successful login.
No Error Detail
No error detail is given for failed login attempts. Whilst this is not very helpful to you,
this helps stop an attacker from confirming they have used a username stored on the system.
Whilst the system is compatible with most major browsers,
users should not use versions of Internet Explorer older than IE8.