Education Payroll is responsible for paying around 92,000 teachers and support staff in around 2,500 schools every fortnight. It’s approximately $198 million per pay period and $5.1 billion per annum.
We are building a fully online payroll service for schools called EdPay. We’re building it in stages, starting with the features schools have told us they want most.
A small group of schools have been trialling the service since March 2019, and we increased that to 200 schools in July 2019.
EdPay is the future of schools’ payroll in New Zealand.
Two hundred schools using new payroll service
Two hundred schools are now trialing Education Payroll’s new online service EdPay. On 23 July the number of schools increased from 26 to 200, ensuring a good mix of school types, sizes and locations from metropolitan high schools to rural schools. We will be collecting information from these schools about their experiences as they put… Read more »
Collective agreements payment dates for teachers 2019
The $1500 one-off payment for full-time employees who are covered by the Primary Teachers’ Collective Agreement, the Secondary Teachers’ Collective Agreement and the Area School Teachers’ Collective Agreement will be made in the pay of Wednesday July 31. The payment will be made pro-rata for part-time and relief teachers. The new pay rates and back… Read more »
EdPay on show to school business managers
About 1000 school business managers, executive officers, and school administrators saw EdPay in action during July at the 2019 School Business Managers’ Conference at Te Papa, Wellington. We ran a presentation of the new payroll service at a conference workshop and set up a stand for people to try a demo version of EdPay at… Read more »