How to manage earnings lines within a pay run via the payroll platform

Within your organisation, there would be a myriad of different employee payment rates, depending on the pay conditions assigned to your employees. Automating the calculations of these rates will reduce the management time spent on ensuring the correct application of penalty rate multipliers, whether you have applied the correct loading rate, and so on.

This feature allows you to add additional earnings lines for an employee during the pay run and specify details such as the pay category and rate. You can also use this feature to delete employee earning lines. A pay run needs creating first, before you can add or remove an employee earning line. To read further information on how to create a pay run, refer to the following article.

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Getting started

The below premise will walk you through how to add an earnings line within a pay run.

Add an earnings line
  1. Log into your Employment Hero Payroll platform.
  2. Click the Pay Run menu.
  3. Click on required pay run.
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  4. Click on the employee's name who needs an earnings line added.
  5. Click the Actions   button.
  6. Click the Add Earnings button.

    Helpful Hint

    This will add a pre-filled earnings line with the employee's primary pay category.

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  7. Complete the following fields:
    • Pay category.
    • Location.
    • Notes.
    • Units.
    • Rates.
  8. Click the   Save button.
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Data management

The below premise will walk you through how to delete an earnings line within a pay run.

Delete an earnings line
  1. Log into your Employment Hero Payroll platform.
  2. Click the Pay Run menu.
  3. Click on required pay run.
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  4. Click on the employee's name who needs an earnings line removed.
  5. Click the   Delete button. 
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  6. Click the Delete button.
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Author recommended

So you have now adjusted the earnings lines within a pay run and you are now wondering what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:

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