Employee: The Pay History Tab

What is WebCenter?

The employee portal of WebCenter gives you, the temp employee, access to important information including paycheck stubs, assignment info, and important documents. 

*Note* Each staffing company has a unique URL link to WebCenter and will need to provide you with log in credentials. These same credentials are used to log into HRCenter. 

Check out Employee: Welcome to WebCenter for more information.

The Pay History Tab

The 'Pay History' tab can be used by your employer to offer you the ability to access and view your pay checks in WebCenter. Within this article, we will teach you how to find and print those pay stubs.

You can easily locate your paychecks by interacting with the 'Pay History' tab: 


There are two distinct sections here to review:

  1. W-2 Info
  2. Check info

W-2 Information

The top section contains working year-to-date information about your pay information including gross pay, net pay, and tax info derivative from your W-4. Here, you may also view W-2s from past years by selecting 'Manage W-2's':

Once you have selected 'Manage W-2s,' you will be taken to a page displaying available W-2s for print/review:

Check Info

In the lower portion on the left side, past paychecks will be displayed. 

To view a paycheck, select the check line item. The highlighted paycheck will display on the right side. 

If you would like to print the stub, select 'View printable version': 

The printable version of this paycheck will open in a separate tab and can be exported (or downloaded) as a PDF by selecting the export icon. 

Once saved locally, the file can be opened and printed:

Additionally, the details of your paycheck stub can reveal useful information by selecting the desired tab: 

  • Timecards - The timecards that compose this paycheck.
  • Adjustments - All deductions and reimbursements that effect this check.
  • Taxes - All taxes withheld for this check.
  •  Accruals - If your employer offers any PTO, or "sick time", the amount accrued by this check.

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