Fraser Health Pay Stubs

Fraser Health employees can now access their pay and benefit bank information through the myFHinfo self-service portal. The myFHinfo self-service portal is a secure website for employees or staff members. my info allows you to: view your pay stubs from anywhere, update or manage your direct deposit or banking information, update your personal information, including emergency contact, address, access time bank, vacation coding, deduction, and much more. According to your payroll office, the direct deposit option is mandatory for all employees. If you are a new employee, first ensure your show your Social Insurance Card and return the employee direct deposit form to the HR office. Once you have set up manually, you can update thru myFHinfo.

How to access myFHinfo

As an active employee of Fraser Health, you can access the myFHinfo web portal from the intranet and the internet.

Intranet or work computer- visit the FH Pulse from a work computer, then click on Benefits and People Resource, then Paying You (Payroll), then select myFHinfo.

Internet or from home- you can access myFHinfo directly by visiting
This will be taken you to the Fraser Health My Info service portal, where you will be asked to enter a login credential. If you do not have the login credential, you may contact the Service Desk at 604-585-5544.

Once you have logged in, click on view, pay notice options, and select a pay period from drop-down boxes to view your pay stub.

To view the sick or leave information, click on the Benefit Bank button. For more information, contact your manager or supervisor, or service desk at 1-604-585-5544.



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