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Primula's salary review module


The university uses the salary review module in Primula for registration of new salaries.

When it comes to the salary revision module in Primula, you as a manager will be involved in the following, during the salary revision process:

1 You get access to the salary review module in Primula

Your organisation's HR function will inform you when you will have access to the module. 

Download a guide on how the Primula salary revision module works (PDF 2,1 MB, new tab)

2 Register proposals for new salaries for your employees

Your organisation's HR function will let you know when it is time for you to enter new salary proposals for each of your employees (regardless of which workers' organisation they may be members of).

Your salary proposals must be set within the framework of the economic conditions communicated by the university management for the current salary review. Check this with your organisation's HR function. 

Read more about the university's salary policy programme and factors affecting salaries.

3 Send salary agreement on new salary –  after salary setting appraisal

After completing the salary setting appraisal (with employees who are members of Saco-S and with non-organised employees), you must send a digital salary agreement on the new salary to the employee, through the Primula salary review module.

The employee sees their salary agreement in Primula under "My page" and the heading Salary agreement. The salary agreement contains information about the new full-time salary and when it applies from.

Members of Saco-S must respond to their salary agreements by clicking "Approve" or "Disagree". If the employee does not agree with the salary setting, a comment/explanation must be given in order for the agreement to be sent off.

Unorganised employees should not respond to the salary agreement. It should be seen as a written information about the new salary.

You may also be contacted during the checks prior to the payment of the new salaries

Your organisation's HR function will contact you if they need to clarify anything in connection with the checks made in the salary revision modules, prior to the payment of the new salaries. 

The checks are made when

  • the salary-setting discussions with Saco members and non-organised employees have been completed,
  • after collective bargaining with OFR/S and Seko for your employees who are members of these organisations.