Most information, which can be captured individually, can also be captured in bulk using the bulk input options. These options still require you to enter the information manually, but you are able to do so for all employees on a single screen rather than having to scroll through each of their profiles.
You can capture information in bulk by going to Employees > Bulk Actions and selecting the relevant input from the list.
Payslip Inputs are those items that are periodic or specific to a particular payslip. These inputs can be used to capture employees’ hours worked for a period, add once-off items to particular payslips and / or enter periodic inputs for regular items.
Regular Inputs are those items that relate to all payslips, such as the Basic Salary. These inputs can be used to add regular items to employees’ payslips as well as to set up the employees’ regular hours.
For either of the above inputs, select the relevant options from the drop down menu and capture the information. Certain items require you to select the Add option before being able to enter the information.
The options under this heading allow you to capture the various aspects of your employees’ Basic Info section. To add / enter all of this information on one screen, click Essentials and then select “All” from the third drop-down menu.
You can also add employees in bulk here by clicking the Add Row button just below the Filters drop-down menus (if you selected “Essentials” from the third drop-down menu).
All of this information can also be imported into the system using an Excel template or individually as employees are added. More details on each of these methods can be found in the following articles:
In addition to the various aspects of your employees’ Basic Info section, you can also add information about their Skills and Equity under Informational Inputs. For more information about this input, please refer to:
Take-On Tax Totals
Employees’ year to date totals can be manually captured as take-on balances by entering the relevant amounts in the columns for the corresponding IRP5 codes. For more information on these balances, as well as adding them to the system, please see the following article: