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Here you can find out more about the factors which affect salaries at Lund University.

Payment of salary

Your salary is usually paid out on the 25th of every month. You are responsible for providing your account details to the bank paying out the salaries, namely Swedbank.

Read more about the payment of your salary and how to register or change your salary recipient details 

Salary-setting factors

There are general factors that affect the salaries of all employees at Lund University. There are also specific factors influencing the salaries of teaching staff, technical and administrative staff and doctoral students.

Read more about what these factors are and how they affect you as an employee 

Salary review 

A salary review is an overhaul of salaries. As an employer bound by collective agreements, Lund University has an obligation to conduct recurrent salary reviews. 

Read more about salary review

Salary exchange

In accordance with the central collective agreements, public authority employees have the option to exchange their salary (salary exchange) for a payment by the employer of an agreed amount into an occupational pension. The salary exchange option extends to employees who are members of Saco-S or OFR/S as well as unaffiliated employees.

Read more about salary exchange

Primula support

In Primula Web you can carry out many tasks relating to your employment, including applying for annual leave, viewing your salary statements, reporting secondary employment and submitting a declaration of illness.

Log in to Primula

SSC Portal

In the SSC Portal you can find information about operational disruptions and planned interruptions to services for upgrades, in Primula. 

Log in to SSC Client Portal

Call ext. 29 000, press 3. You need to identify yourself with BankID to receive answers to personal information that, for example, concerns your payslip. If you do not identify yourself, you will receive the answers to your questions in a case in the SSC Portal.

External call, from a personal telephone +46 (0)46 222 90 00, press 3)