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Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

 

I have a client whose employee has just started @ $20 per hour and works 40 hrs per week. Her 1st weeks gross pay is obviously $800 and the holiday pay accrual at 8% equals $64. However the leave accrued in advance  is showing only 2 hrs. Can someone please advise how this is calculated or do I have incorrect settings.

 

Many thanks

 

Regards

 

Barry

 

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi @bazzamed

 

My post on Accrual leave suddenly inflates outlines how the Leave Accrued in Advance since xx/xx/xxxx' value is calculated and things to check the ensure the values are correctly shown.


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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi Steven

 

Thanks for the feedback. I have checked the data as per yr link but cannot see anthing untoward so still not sure how 2 days is arrived at for Annual leave in advance. If you can think of anything else that could be tried I would be grateful to hear from you.

 

Many thanks

 

Kind regards

 

Barry

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi @bazzamed


For use to investigate further we would need to know the following information:

  • Current pay ended on date
  • Annual leave Entitlement*
  • Next Holiday Date*

*of the required employee


Alternatively, a screenshot of the Leave Details would be appreciated.


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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi Steven

 

Information as requested below.

Many thanks.

Kind regards

Barry

 

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi @bazzamed @Steven_M

The leave accrued in advance is based on dates - and is just an estimate.

The leave entitlement is 160 hours per year which equates to 3.077 hours per week. (160/52weeks)

The date range 8/2/18 to your week ending date of 14/2/18 is not quite 1 week - which is just a bit less than 3 hours - as the system does not do decimals in this area - your system shows 2 hours - next pay week it will jump to 6 hours. The hours accrued in advance has no exact relationship with the 8% earnings. If your employee left tomorrow - they would only get the 8%.

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi Jennie

 

Thanks for your reply but I am not sure why MYOB considers the period as less than a week whereas it covers a 7 day period. I have run this weeks pay and the answer shown as accrued is 5 hrs (see below). I will assume it will correct itself but am concerned that if an employee sees the time on the payslip (which they do) they may query it as being too low.  I have another query about not being able to email payslips so am wondering if you could have a look at that one for me please. Many thanks.

Kind Regards

 

Barry

 

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi @bazzamed Barry,

Glad it corrected as I thought - it is just a rounding issue - once the numbers get up I'm sure your employees won't be too concerned - at the end of the year (52 weeks) the number will be 160 hours - which is what get rolled over as annual leave. System will take off any leave they have taken in advance. You can choose not to show accrued leave on the payslip in Tools Options. re emailing payslips - what message are you getting and what options have you set in email payslips - smtp - or via Outlook? Which email programme are you using?

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Jennie Kingma
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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi Jennie

 

My post below:

 

OLE Error Code 0x80080005: Server Execution Failed

 

am trying to email the payslips on MYOB Payroll 2017.1 but get the above error message. I am using windows 10 and outlook 2016 (office 365). I chose using "Send via outlook 2013 and above" when getting the above message. I tried using "send via email software" and my MYOB stopped working and closed. Can someone please advise how to solve this issue and allow me to email the payslips.

Many thanks

 

Barry

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Re: Annual leave calculation-MYOB Payroll 2017.1

Hi @bazzamed

try this link

http://help.myob.com/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=10651667&searchfacet=support:help&searchterm=...

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Jennie Kingma
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