A payroll run (also called a salary run) processes all payroll data for the employees of the current period. Of course, this data must first be entered.
- Entering or modifying data
- Processing the payroll run
- Verifying the payroll run
- Payroll run output
- Payslip display
Entering or modifying data
The wage and hour codes can be used to make changes for each employee and / or for each company.
Retro active correction
If corrections or changes are necessary for companies or employees that have already been processed in a run for which the period has been closed, a retro active correction must be made. This ensures that you enter the data in the correct period. A retro active run will then be ready to process these changes in the system. This retro active run is not always automatically generated. In this case, a retro active run needs to be forced.
Processing the payroll run
A payroll run (also known as a salary run) processes all payroll data from the current period. Once all payroll settings are correct, the payroll run can be processed. This includes salary processing and generation of salary documents.
A pre-run can also be processed. This may be done, for example, to pay the permanent employees first and then the hourly workers. In the event of corrections, a retro active run is processed; if a normal run has been processed first, you have the option of adding a separate correction run (merging a run).
- Processing a pre-run
- Processing a payroll run / Processing a run for clients
- Processing multiple companies for accountants
- Processing a payroll run / Processing a run for accountants
- Merging a run
- Processing multiple periods at once
Verifying the payroll run
When you process a payroll run you'll see various messages on your screen, including any error messages and changes.
Payroll run output
After the payroll run has been processed, the salary documents will be available. After the last run of the year, the annual report and annual statement will also be available.