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February 2017 - last edited February 2017 by Steven_M
Medium business is using MYOB Payroll 2016.1 - but with people coming and going it can only record up to 20 people. So how can this be extended or is there another version required. The Company pays each month for the Payroll......and it appears it is not being used to its full potential. Seems a waste.
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MYOB Payroll does come with a standard licence for 20 employees. However additional employees can be purchased to be added to the licence. An additional pack of 10 employees is $150 + GST. If you are do have a support subscription for MYOB Payroll you do get a 10% discount on that. Do let us know if you would like a more formal quote for that and we would be happy to arrange for that.
In saying that 20 employees is around the maximum number of employees we would be recommend using MYOB Payroll with. If you are thinking additional employees are required to be purchased you might want to start thinking about IMS Payroll which is more geared towards larger employers (21 - 500+). If you where looking at getting an additional 10 to make the licence 30 employees its possibly something that you can use MYOB Payroll for but may want to have a start thinking about your Payroll solution options. You can find out more information into IMS Payroll and to request a demo please see IMS Payroll.
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Yes we will look to upgrade with the extra 10 employees. But - since last April 2016 they only set up people to pay with ORD hours - it is not showing holiday pay, sick days accumulation etc. When we upgrade is there a way this information can be entered - so going forward, it is showing correctly and printing on their payslips.
Im thinking like entering an o/balance of holidays/sick days from this point?
To ensure that an employee has the relevant entitlements set up appropriately the Leave details tab of their Employee Maintain window does need to be filled out.
Ideally you would have entered in the Normal days / week, Normal hours / day, Holiday Pay % values and on the Other leave tab the Sick Leave section for the employee. This will ensure that the employee gets an annual leave entitlement and sick leave.
In terms of ensuring that value does appear on the payslip you would go to the Tools>>Options>>Leave Tab and tick the relevant option in the Pay Slips section for your requirements i..e Print Leave Details on Pay Slips, Print Annual leave Due, Print Sick Leave Due...
For correcting employee's leave that are already in the system do take a look at New Zealand Payroll Support Note: Fixed holiday pay paid in error which does have the recommend process for correcting leave and also a great video regarding Managing leave which I would encourage you to watch even if for a refresher.