• Report Name: Pay Advice Slips (Transactions YTD)
  • Example: Preview an example of the Pay Advice Slips (Transactions YTD) Report here
  • Use: To advise the Employee of their pay and entitlements.
  • Details:
    • Legal Entity Name (Company Name)
    • Company ABN
    • Financial Year Ending Year
    • Pay Period Start Date
    • Pay Period Ending Date
    • Pay Period Payment Date
    • Date the Pay Slip was printed
    • Pay Period Paid (Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly)
    • Employee Name
    • Employee Address
    • Award Name
    • Award Classification
    • Employment Type
    • Tax Classification
    • Job Title
    • Pay Location
    • Employee Code
    • Pay Rates and Allowances, with QTY (unless Salary and Show QTY for Leave Payments for Salaried Employees deselected), Rates and Year-To-Date Figures.
    • Deductions with QTY, Rates and Year-To-Date Figures.
    • Tax This Pay and Tax Year-To-Date.
    • Employer Superannuation (SG), Member Fund Name, Member ID, SG paid YTD, SG This Pay and SG YTD
    • Employer Superannuation (RESC), Member Fund Name, Member ID, SG paid YTD, SG This Pay and SG YTD
    • Payment Method
    • Banking Details (if set to display)
    • Accrual Balances (if set to display)
  • Report Selection Criteria: The following Report Selection Criteria is available for the Pay Advice Slips (2 Up) (Plain Paper A4 – 210 × 297mm) Report.
    • Pay Period
      • All
      • Fortnightly
      • Monthly
      • Weekly
    • Pay Location/Dept
      • All Pay Locations
      • Pay Location Not Available
      • Specific Location/s
      • Any Pay Locations/Departments you have added will be listed
    • Report by
      • Active Employees
      • All Employees
      • Inactive Employee/s
      • Selected Employee/s
      • Terminated Employee/s
    • Report Period
      • Current Month
      • Current Pay Period
      • Previous Month
      • Specific Date Range
      • Year To Date
    • Sort Criteria
      • Employee Code
      • Employee DBID
      • Employee Surname
      • NONE
Revision: 6
Last modified: 2019/04/24

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