Former employee verification of contact details

Complete this form if you:

  • are a former employee
  • know you are eligible to receive remediation payments resulting from the University's Payroll Review

To find out if you are eligible to receive a remediation payment contact our dedicated Payroll Review line for more information on +61 (02) 4921 5599 or email

Note that once your updated details below have been received, the payment is expected to be processed within 8 weeks, noting that the University is closed for 3 weeks from 20 December 2021 to 7 January 2022 inclusive.

If you have any questions about the 2020 payroll review please view our questions and answers

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Your contact information

Your Bank Details

Your Superannuation Details

Further Documentation

In order for us to make your remediation payment we need to verify your ID. Please upload certified copies of two of the following documents. Passport, Drivers Licence, Birth Certificate.

Please make sure your files are no larger than 3.5MB each

Note: If you would like to send this information by post you can. To do so, simply download and print out this form, complete it, attach the further documentation and return by email to

Depending on the size of your attached documentation, the upload may take a short time, you shouldn't need to click 'submit' an additional time. Please wait until you see the confirmation message before closing your browser. If you receive an error after your submission please wait a few minutes and try again. Thank you.

The information collected on this form will be recorded in the University’s Human Resource database (Ascender). The information will only be used for legitimate University purposes and we request this information in order to process your payroll review payment. For further details on this form or to request an update to or correction of your information, please contact Human Resource Services on 02 4921 5599. The University undertakes to manage your personal information in accordance with the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act NSW 1998 and the University’s Privacy Management Plan.

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