Allied Universal Employee Pay Stubs & W2

Allied Universal Employees; You have no more access into myalliedbarton.com portal to retrieve your pay stub information W-2 information. The new eHub system allows all associates/employees to access their pay stub information and tax information online. Therefore use the eHub to view and print your pay stubs and W-2 from any location at any time. This requires computer access. You can also use eHub mobile app to view and print your payroll statements. The app is available on Google Play store and apple store. According to payroll office, the company support weekly and your pay stub information will posting in the morning of every Thursday on eHub. Current year’s electronic tax statement will be posting online on January 22nd. If you are former employee, the payroll office will mail your W-2 Forms to the mailing address on record in their system no later than 31st January. If you need to change the mailing address, you must contact before 21st January with payroll office. For additional information, contact your local office. You can also find a number of resource here.

To access the new eHub system, go to https://ehub.aus.com

Enter your User ID and password then Click on LOGIN.

If you have never logged into the eHub system, you must first register for the portal.

Enter your user ID and Click on Register. Do not have user ID and temporary PIN number, contact with payroll office to request it. Once requested, you will receive an email with a user ID and temporary password.

Enter your temporary password click Login.

You will then prompted to complete a registration process where you will be asking for answering a few of security questions and select a new password.

Once complete, you will view and print unlimited copies of your pay stubs and tax stubs.

If you want to verify your employment or need proof of income, visit the verifyfast.com and use 8927 as employer code. The web platform also will be asking for your SSN and income key.

REFERENCE
EHUB.AUS.COM

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