ShopRite Pay Stubs & W2s

Employees of ShopRite, Price Rite, DearBorn, The fresh grocer, and Wakefern can check access their pay stubs and tax statement forms online quickly and easily by logging into the Employee Self Service. The self-service portal can be accessed through ess.wakefern.com. Below are the steps for logging into the Self-service online system to check your pay stubs and W2s. If you experience any issues with accessing your self-service account, you can contact at 908-527-3300.

If you are a terminated employee and looking for your W2s online, click here for more information.

View your Pay Stubs and Tax Statement via ESS

  1. Open an internet browser and type in ess.wakefern.com. The self-service screen will appear.
  2. Enter your user ID
  3. Enter your password
  4. Click on the Sign In.

New user: the new employees will have received a letter from the IT help desk with a user ID and password. The terminated employees will have received a letter also with a temporary password. Both new and released users will see a “Password Expired” message during successful login. Therefore they have to change the temporary password. To change, click on the “Click here to change your password” link.

  1. From the home page of self-service, click on “Payroll and Compensation,” then click “View Paycheck.” You will be able to view the most recent pay stubs arranged by check date in the next window.
  2. To view W-2 statements, click View W-2/W-2c Forms under “Payroll and Compensation.” Now you have to select a year-end tax Form that you would like to view, and then a new window will open your selected W-2.
  3. To view the historical W-2 statement from the Tax Form Management website, go to www.mytaxform.com and enter ShopRite’s employer code: 10410 and login with your social security number and PIN.

RESOURCE

Ess.Wakefern.com

Tax Form Management

If you are an ex-worker, you can read my article. Although its heading is written about Saker ShopRite, it applies to all Wakefern employees.

Saker ShopRite Pay Stubs & W2s

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