Accessing my payslips archived in Pagga Payslip after leaving the company

Before you get started 

Pagga Payslip is Lucca's solution for digitizing payslips. It allows employees to access their archived electronic payslips and download them in just a few clicks.

Lucca is committed to preserving the payslips distributed through the Pagga Payslip app for a period of 50 years, and guarantees their availability for the same period through the online  pagga.ilucca.net service

Requirements

Enter your personal email address in the Pagga Payslip app. To do this, you will need to go to your personal Pagga Payslip space and click on Enter/Edit your personal email address located at the very bottom of the page.

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Then log in to the https://pagga.ilucca.net/ site

Step 1: identify yourself

Enter your personal email address (the one previously entered in Pagga Payslip) then click on Next step.

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If you have changed your personal email address since leaving your company, contact the HR administrator of your former company. They will verify your identity and can edit the email address entered in their administrator interface.

Step 2: Retrieving the security code 

Retrieve the connection code sent by the Lucca authentication service in your personal inbox. This code has a lifespan of 10 minutes. You will not be able to request a new code before 10-minute time extension after your last login request has elapsed.

Enter this code in the confirmation window and click on the Log in button.

 

Your archives of payslips digitized by Lucca are now accessible. To open your electronic payslips, specify the consultation period you want and click Display.

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This allows you to open the list of corresponding electronic payslips. Click Download to start downloading each payslip.

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As a security measure, the connection is active for 30 minutes, after which you will have to identify yourself again by going through the login procedure from step 1.

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