Do you want to get your SSS employment history for legal or employment purposes? You don’t have to go to the SSS branch because you can access your employment records online through the SSS website. I’ll teach you how to do it.
There are several reasons why you might want to check your SSS employment history online. For example, you might want to know if your employer has registered you under their account or has remitted your SSS contributions. You might also be worried about the money withheld by your company from your salary through payroll deductions.
The best way to check your SSS records online is through the SSS member portal. If you have an SSS online account, you can easily check your SSS employment history report and see if your employer or company has faithfully remitted your contributions. Under the law, Philippine employers have up to 30 days to report their new employees to SSS and to remit the monthly contributions of their employees.
Since not everyone is tech-savvy or knows how to browse the web effectively, I have put up a short tutorial on how to get your SSS employment history online using the SSS website.
Please take note that you should be an SSS member and have an account with the SSS member portal. If you don’t have an SSS online account yet, read this article to learn how to register and activate your account.
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What is the SSS Employment History?
Your SSS employment history is a summary of your employment records that was reported to the Social Security System (SSS) by your employer.
It includes your employer’s ID or social security (SS) number, your membership type, effectivity date, and reporting date.
If you’re a self-employed member, your employer number will be listed as 00-0000000-0-000.
How to Check Your SSS Employment History
Step 2: Once logged in to the member portal, hover or click MEMBER INFO on the menu bar, and then click Employment History on the dropdown menu.
Step 3: You can now view your Coverage History page. Here you will have access to your SSS employment history report with information such as your employer ID or SSS number, reporting date, and effectivity or employment date.
There you have it; those are the steps you can take to check your SSS records online. If you notice any discrepancies, don’t hesitate to contact your SSS liaison officer at your nearest SSS branch. Employees can file complaints against delinquent employers if necessary.
How to Print Your SSS Employment History
If you want to print your SSS employment history, you can easily do so by pressing Ctrl + P on your keyboard.
In Google Chrome, click the kebab icon (the icon with three vertical dots) at the upper-right corner of your browser. Then on the dropdown menu, select Print.
The Print dialog will open which allows you to set the paper size, layout, color, and other settings. Finally, click the Print button to print your SSS employment records.
Be sure to prepare several hard copies of your form as you might need it for your personal, business and legal purposes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get my SSS employment history on the SSS mobile app?
At the moment, it’s not yet possible to get your employment history using the SSS mobile application. However, that might change in the future so stay tuned!
What should I do if there’s a mistake or discrepancy in my employment history?
If you notice an error in your SSS employment records, you have to inform the Social Security System as soon as possible. Visit the nearest SSS office or call (02) 8-920-6401.
By checking your SSS employment records online, you will definitely know that your employer has registered you with the Social Security System (SSS) and has remitted their mandated share of your monthly premiums. Be sure to also check your SSS contributions online to determine that your employer has paid the proper amount that was required of them by law.
If you have any questions and concerns about your SSS membership, don’t hesitate to call the SSS hotline (02) 8-920-6401 or email [email protected].