Teachers to access payslips online

Teachers across the country can now access their payslips online.

Minister for Education, Joseph Yopyyopy, has recently launched the new application called “MyPAYSLIP”.

The launching of the web application took place at the PNG Education Institute Hall in the National Capital District.

When launching the web application, Education Minister Yopyyopy said the Department of Education in collaboration with the Finance Department has improved access to payslips for teachers and education officers with the development of a web based application to produce teachers and education public servants’ payslips.

The application allows teachers and public servants to register and be able to view their pay advices, download and print them using their correct and verified credentials.

The Department of Finance supplies the data for the payslips and the Department of Education hosts it on its cloud infrastructure.

Minister Yopyyopy said the traditional way of distributing printed payslips is expensive and takes a long time to reach the teacher or officer.

He said the system is efficient and can be accessed via internet on computers and mobile devices, using a Universal Resource Locator on the education website.

Yopyyopy said the introduction of the application is in line with the National Education Plan 2015 – 2019, the Medium Term Development Plan III and Alotau Accord II to use technology to improve service delivery.


Freddy Mou