Payroll/HR allows the setup of standing or permanent arrangements for your employee’s pay. Entries here include standard working details, hours worked and RDOs etc. Amounts relating to allowances and deductions are also entered and maintained here.
Start New Pay uses the current company and employee file details including hours, allowances and deductions from standing transactions, transferring them to a new pay run
Working Transactions is the pay run working file. SapphireOne HR Payroll provides the option of using working transactions or working transactions Wizard. Both screens allow the user to enter the employee’s pay details specific to the current pay period. Adjustments may also entered here including leave details, overtime, etc.
Working transactions Wizard is specifically designed to manage large numbers of employees, enabling speedy data entry.
One of the more important aspects in HR Payroll is the pay run. SapphireOne pay run processes the working transactions so they may be used for reporting purposes such as payslips and banking reports. This process also includes finalising the PAYG calculations for employees and updates the accounting totals prior to transfer to SapphireOne Financials. The information is then transferred to history and can be viewed, at any time in the future.
End of month is used to gather monthly total figures for your Payroll/HR reports.
End of year is performed after the payment summaries have been processed and distributed. This is used to total all figures for the year and then to clear the totals to date for the next year’s figures.
Both end of month and end of year have a checklist of items that are to be undertaken before SapphireOne allows processing. This method ensures that the user is certain that all reports are printed and that a backup has been performed before continuing.
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