Former Employees - Accessing Earning, Leave, Tax, and Benefit Statements
This document explains how former employees (faculty, staff, and student) can request copies of their earning, tax and benefit statements after leaving the University of Wisconsin.
When affiliation with the University of Wisconsin ends, employees lose access to Human Resource Services. This change prevents former employees from electronically accessing their tax and earnings statements or updating their personal address.
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Why am I losing access?
After your employment has ended, you will no longer be able to access your employee information or documents. Access to these systems is based on an active employement status.
If you are a current employee of the University of Wisconsin and have lost access in error, please contact your Human Resources department to confirm your employment status has been correctly entered. If further assistance is needed after consulting with your HR representative, please contact UW-Shared Services.
When will I lose access?
You will lose access to all Human Resource System tiles, data, and statements in MyUW the day after your effective date of termination.
- Benefit Information (Benefits statements)
- Payroll Information (Tax and earnings statements)
- Time and Absence (Timesheets and leave balances/reports)
- HR, Payroll and Benefits News
- HRS Approvals
- Manager Time and Approvals
- Mandatory Training
- Performance Management
- Personal Information
You will still be able to log into the MyUW portal and access non-Human Resource apps (such as Canvas, My Bookmarks, and WisCard Balance) for 24 months after your date of termination.
Other UW Madison Services
Please see Leaving the University of Wisconsin Madison for deactivation information for other common services such as Office 365, Zoom, and Google Drive.
The deactivation timeline for these specifically listed tools is 90 days long, should you need to backup or transfer ownership of any data.
Tax Statements (i.e. W-2): You must submit a request using the Duplicate Statement Request Form. Documents from the previous calendar year can be requested free of charge.