Payroll calculation in Susan.one is country-based, but the base concept is the same everywhere.
For payroll preparation, follow these steps:
Susan.one will provide payroll data for the selected period, where you can also make manual adjustments if needed.
To exclude the employee from current payroll, uncheck the activity entry for the employee’s name
For payroll confirmation, follow these steps:
All the time activities, absences, deductions and de minimis benefits included in payroll will be locked for editing
Every payroll is numbered by the system with the prefix S. The L in the prefix means that the payroll is unsynced with the server and not available yet in other devices
For payroll view, follow these steps:
You can also get a full detailed view for each employee’s payroll by clicking Details in the end of the row.
For printing payslips, follow these steps:
If you need to re-calculate the payroll in case of added or changed data, you can un-confirm the payroll. For un-confirming payroll, follow these steps:
Under Presidential Decree No. 851, employers from the private sector in the Philippines are required to pay their rank-and-file employees a Thirteenth 13th Month Pay not later than December 24 every year. The 13th month pay is equivalent to one twelfth (1/12) of an employee’s basic annual salary.
Computation of the 13th month pay primarily consists of the total basic monthly salary of an employee for the whole year, divided by twelve (12) months. Those who have worked for less than a year, however, are only entitled to receive the amount due to them on the number of months they were employed.
Susan is computing 13th-month pay automatically and allows to include this whatever payroll. To do this, follow these steps:
Now, 13th month pay is included in payroll and also displayed on payslips.
To remove the 13th month pay from payroll, click on the 13th Month Pay button again and then click Remove 13th Month Pay.
Following reports are related with payroll: