- 1 What is Liteblue ePayroll?
- 2 Liteblue ePayroll Login
- 3 How do I view my USPS Earning Statements
- 4 Forgot Liteblue ePayroll Password
What is Liteblue ePayroll?
Liteblue ePayroll is a online self-service web application associated with United States Postal Services (USPS) made exclusively for USPS employees. Using this service USPS employees can view their income/ wage statement which is issued every 2 weeks by the company. Since this service is online you can view and access your statements at any time conveniently.
USPS staff can also use this service to print out ehri income statements up to 40 payment cycles and view their historical database. Staff can also choose how they’d like to view theri statements paperless or the paper version.
Liteblue ePayroll Login
Logging into Liteblue ePayroll is a very easy three four step process. But to login you will need your USPS Employee Identification Number and your Self-Service Profile Password.
What is my Employee ID?
Your employee ID is an eight digit unique number assigned to each employee of USPS. You can find this number at the top of your earning statement. Employee ID is used as the login credential for other USPS associated self-service web applications too.
What is SSP? How do I set it up?
Your SSP is a Self-Service Profile. Every USPS employee will set up this profile and create this password through which you can sign in into various USPS based self service web applications like ePayroll, Liteblue, PostalEASE, eretire. It’s 8-16 characters long.
When you are hired by USPS, you will receive a temporary SSP within 2 weeks by mail. This password though cannot be used to log into different online services. You will need to create a permanent SSP password and to do that go to https://ssp.usps.gov/ssp-web/welcome.xhtml and use enter your Employee ID and your temporary SSP in the assigned fields, and sign in and after that you will follow the instructions to create a permanent SSP.
How to Login to Liteblue ePayroll?
Follow the steps below to login to ePayroll:
- Open your internet browser in your mobile phone or your computer and go to https://epayroll.usps.gov/ePayroll/user/home
- Enter your USPS Employee ID and your SSP password on the assigned fields and then click on the ‘Login’ option in blue below.
How do I view my USPS Earning Statements
Once you successfully login to ePayroll, you will be able to see a list of payslips. With ePayroll you can view upto last 40 earning statements covering upto 40 payment cycles. The list of payslips can be viewed in chronological order on the basis of their eprinted pay date.
Here, you can also choose your preferred way to view your earning statements, you are able to choose if you’d like to receive your earning statements in paper format via mail or just view them online. Your preferred statement delivery option is shown right above the statement list, if you wish to change this you can just click on the ‘Change’ button and change to your preferred way of statement delivery.
If you want to view any of your earnings statements, just click on the pay date and you will be redirected to a new browser window where the document is opened. You can also print this document if you want, to do that simply click on the ‘Print This Page’ button located on the top of the new browser window.
What is given in the Payslip or your Earning Statements?
In your earning statements, you will see the following
- Full name of the employee
- Employee Identification Number – Employee ID
- Employee’s Finance Number- Finance Number
- Employee’s Pay Location – Pay Loc
- Current Pay Period
- Pay Date
- Pay inclusive Dates – The beginning and end date of the 14 day span of you which are receiving the payment.
- Net Pay – Adjusted pay which will add or deduct amount to your basic earnings, this is the net amount payable to the employee
- Hours and Gross Pay Section Detailed Payslip/ Wage Statement
- Amount – This column shows you the amount paid for the corresponding work hours
- Full Adjustment Gross – Ths shows the full gross of all adjustments made in the current pay period.
Additional Pay and Deductions on Earning Statements
USPS staff may receive premium pay, compensation or allowances covering the equipment maintenance or locality pay, Administratively Uncontrolled Overtime (AUO) on top of the basic earnings. These are called additional payments which can also be viewed through USPS ePayroll. If you were supposed to receive any additional payments in any pay cycle, these will appear in the corresponding earning statement under heading ‘Additional Pay/ Other Compensation’.
You can also view any deductions made to your earnings via USPS Liteblue ePayroll. These deductions include taxes on your income, health care, insurance premiums, automobile premiums, Thrift Savings Plan, social security deductions, premiums for health benefit plans and other saving plans you might have subscribed to provided to the USPS staff. These deductions can be viewed in the relevant earning statements under the heading ‘Deductions’.
You can view your total additional pay and deductions and also view the breakdown of each item to see if it’s an additional pay or deduction.
Forgot Liteblue ePayroll Password
Resetting your password in case you forget it or if you think it might have been compromised is pretty easy. To do that, all you need to do is go to the login page of Liteblue ePayroll at https://epayroll.usps.gov/ePayroll/user/home and click on the ‘Forgot Your Password?’ option below the Login button. You’ll then be redirected to another page where you’ll enter your employee ID and verify it, then continue to follow the instructions to create a new password.
You can also head on straight to https://ssp.usps.gov/ssp-web/login.xhtml and click on the ‘Forgot/Change Password’ option below the sign in and follow the instructions provided by the page. Since the same password is used in USPS self-service applications, changing your password here means passwords for all other applications are changed too.
I cannot sign in to ePayroll, what should I do?
On some occasions staff might not be able to sign to ePayroll. When that happens the first and obvious thing to do is to ensure that the login credentials you entered are correct.
Make sure that the Employee ID is an eight digit number, recheck it from your earning statement and that your SSP is correct too. SSP passwords are case sensitive to make sure your CAPS LOCK and NUM LOCK are turned off in your keyboard if you are using your computer. If you still cannot login, consider changing your SSP password as explained above.
Check if you are connected to the internet with a stable Wi-Fi connection, if you are using mini browsers like Opera mini, try switching to browsers like Google Chrome. Update your browsers to get rid of any bugs, you can try clearing your browser cache too. Try switching out your device if you are not able to login.
If all this doesn’t work contact the USPS HR Shared Service Center at 1-877-477-3273 and choose option 5.