If the employee has ceased employment

  1. If required, Read here to re-instate the required Employee.
  2. Read here if you haven’t already added a JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN Allowance
  3. Click Pay Day > Process Pays > Cessation Pay or
    Click Pay Day from the Side Bar.
  4. Navigate to Payment Date and change to the current date
  5. Navigate to Period Ending Date and change to the current date
  6. Select the Employee to cease (Click once to highlight).
  7. Click Cessation
  8. An alert will display: Pay Run Dates have been changed. Please choose one of the following options.
  9. Select Change Payment Date to xx/xx/xxxx and Current Period Ending Date to xx/xx/xxxx.
  10. Click Click here to Continue.
  11. Enter the cessation date of the selected employee.
  12. Click Click here to Continue.
  13. Select the appropriate Cessation Pay Rate Types from the options listed.
    1. If required, full documentation on processing a Cessation Pay Run can be located here.
  14. Navigate to Allowances
  15. Click on the next available line.
  16. Select JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FNxx
  17. Leave the QTY and Rate as previously set.
  18. Click on the next available line
  19. If this employee requires a top-up, select JOBKEEPER-TOPUP
  20. Change the Rate to equal the top-up amount
  21. Make any other changes as necessary.
  22. Click Pending or OK to save all changes.

If you have processed an out-of-cycle Pay Run, you will need to complete the following after posting your Pay Run:

  1. Click Pay Day > Process Pays > Individual Employee or
    Click Pay Day from the Side Bar.
  2. Navigate to Payment Date and change to the Payment Date of your next regular pay cycle.
  3. Navigate to Period Ending Date and change to the Period Ending Date of your next regular pay cycle.
  4. Double click on any employee.
  5. An alert will display: Pay Run Dates have been changed. Please choose one of the following options.
  6. Select Change Payment Date to xx/xx/xxxx and Current Period Ending Date to xx/xx/xxxx.
  7. Click Click here to Continue.
  8. Click Cancel
  9. Click Exit

If the employee is continuing employment

  1. Read here if you haven’t already added a JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN Allowance
  2. Click Pay Day > Process Pays > Individual Employee or
    Click Pay Day from the Side Bar
  3. Navigate to Payment Date and change to the current date
  4. Navigate to Period Ending Date and change to the current date
  5. Double click on any employee that is to be included in this out-of-cycle Pay Run.
  6. An alert will display: Pay Run Dates have been changed. Please choose one of the following options.
  7. Select Change Payment Date to xx/xx/xxxx and Current Period Ending Date to xx/xx/xxxx.
  8. Click Click here to Continue.
  9. When composing the Employees Pay,
    1. Ensure ALL Ordinary Pay Rates, Allowances and Deductions are removed, UNLESS you need to also pay them.
  10. Navigate to Allowances
  11. Click on the next available line.
  12. Select JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FNxx
  13. Leave the QTY and Rate as previously set.
  14. Click on the next available line.
  15. If this employee requires a top-up, select JOBKEEPER-TOPUP
  16. Change the Rate to equal the top-up amount
  17. Make any other changes as necessary.
  18. Click Pending or OK to save all changes.

If you have processed an out-of-cycle Pay Run, you will need to complete the following after posting your Pay Run:

  1. Click Pay Day > Process Pays > Individual Employee or
    Click Pay Day from the Side Bar.
  2. Navigate to Payment Date and change to the Payment Date of your next regular pay cycle.
  3. Navigate to Period Ending Date and change to the Period Ending Date of your next regular pay cycle.
  4. Double click on any employee.
  5. An alert will display: Pay Run Dates have been changed. Please choose one of the following options.
  6. Select Change Payment Date to xx/xx/xxxx and Current Period Ending Date to xx/xx/xxxx.
  7. Click Click here to Continue.
  8. Click Cancel
  9. Click Exit
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Last modified: Sep 24, 2020

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