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Your Paylocity company ID is the first field you fill in when login to Paylocity at www.paylocity.com both on a desktop computer and in the mobile app. At Paylocity, caring is in their makeup.
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Your company ID is the first field you fill in when logging in to Paylocity both on a desktop computer and in the mobile app.
Click “Help” at the top right of your login screen. Choose “Forgot Company ID” and follow the prompts. If you’re still having trouble logging in, please contact your employer’s HR team—even if you aren’t employed there anymore.
If you haven’t received your one-time passcode, check your Spam folder. If you don’t find it there, select resend code and choose the option to have it texted to you.
If that doesn’t work, get in touch with your HR team—even if you aren’t employed there anymore. They can extend access or verify the information is entered correctly in your employee profile or reset it as necessary.
How do I access my W-2s and other tax forms?
Desktop: Select “Employee Self-Service” from the main menu. On the Welcome Card that says “Hi <YOUR NAME>”, expand the card and click “View Employee Record.” Select the “Pay” tab, click “Tax Forms,” choose the year. You’ll have the option to password protect the document or waive the protection, and then you can view the PDF file.
Mobile: Tap the menu at the top left and choose “Pay.” Swipe the top bar to the left and select “Tax Forms” and choose the year(s) you want. Tap the envelope icon at the top right to send this info to an email address. You’ll be prompted to create a password for the PDF by default.
If you are unable to access these documents, please contact your HR team—even if you aren’t employed there anymore.
How can I register my account? I’m receiving error messages.
If you’re having trouble registering, it could be one of the following issues:
- The Company ID, last name, Social Security Number, and/or ZIP code you entered don’t match what is listed in the system.
- The company administrator needs to enable or extend access for you (even if you’re not employed there anymore.) Typically, this person is your company’s HR or payroll manager.
For assistance, please contact your HR team—even if you aren’t employed there anymore.
How do I find a paystub or print a report?
Desktop: To print a single past paycheck or multiple paychecks, navigate to “Employee Self-Service.” Select the “Pay” tab and click “Checks.” Select the date of the paycheck and click “Download Paystub.” If you need to print multiple, select all the days you need and select “View Summary.” Right click on your summary and select “Print.”
Mobile: In the menu, choose “Pay” and then tap the envelope icon in the top-right corner. You’ll be prompted to create a password, and then you’ll be able to email a PDF of your most recent paystub. You can also email any past paychecks by tapping “History” at the bottom of your screen. Select that check date you want and tap the envelope icon at the top-right corner.
How do I see my PTO balance?
Desktop: Navigate to “Employee Self-Service”. Select “Time Off.” You’ll be able to see the available balance. By selecting “Request Time Off,” you’ll be able to see what the accrual balance will be at the date of the request.
Mobile: Select “Time Off” from the main menu. Select the “Balance” tab. Tap “Time Off Type” to view the balance details.
- Available: The balance available as of today.
- Used Since: Used balance since last payroll run.
- Last Balance: Current available balance in HR & Payroll.
- Future Approved: Approved balances for future requests beyond the current pay period.