Set up multiple pay groups so that you can process different pay period schedules (such as weekly, bi-weekly, or semi-monthly) and include different deductions and benefits depending on the specific group and period.
Set defaults that will apply at the time of employee setup. These defaults include hours worked per week and year, location, WC Code and PTO accrual.
An outside service provides tax rates at no additional cost to you. This ensures that the tax tables will always be up to date with federal, state, and local taxes.
Payroll attributes track specific items for your state or location, such as information for ACA or W-2s. This gives you significant flexibility about what can be tracked for each state and locality. You can also add company-specific attributes.
Earning type codes are easy to define. Unlike with other systems, you don’t need hundreds of pay codes—you can just use a few easy-to-remember earnings codes.
Easily configure a list of overtime rules to be applied automatically to your employees’ checks. You can set daily or weekly rules, and can use the state, project, or union as additional parameters.
Track employee deductions as well as the portion paid by the organization. If the deduction and the benefit are related to each other, you can simply enter the information once for both the deduction and the benefit.
Use multiple reports right out of the box, and review payroll data quickly through inquiry screens. Get anytime, anywhere access.