Managing accrued leave lines within a pay run | Payroll Web Platform

Within your organisation, you may have a pay run where an employee needs additional leave accrual lines added or removed in order to keep an accurate record of their leave entitlements. If this is the case, having Payroll software that allows you to action these requests quickly and easily will reduce the administrative time you spend on managing employee leave accruals.

You can use the Accrued Leave feature within the Pay Run module to add an extra accrued leave line and specify details such as the leave category, leave value, and any required supporting notes. You can also use this feature to delete a leave accrued line if you added it in error.

A pay run needs creating first, before you can add or remove employee accrued leave lines. To read further details on how to create a pay run, refer to the following article.

Availability

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Getting started

  You will need to undertake the below steps via your Employment Hero Payroll platform.

Adding an employee accrued leave line
  1. Log into your Employment Hero Payroll platform.
  2. Click the  Pay Run menu.
  3. Click on the required pay run.
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  4. Click on the required employee's name. 
  5. Click the Actions button.
  6. Click the Accrued Leave button.
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  7. Complete the following fields:
    • Leave category.
    • Notes.
    • Units.
  8. Click the Save button.
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Data management

  You will need to undertake the below steps via your Employment Hero Payroll platform.

Deleting an employee accrued leave line
  1. Log into your Employment Hero Payroll platform.
  2. Click the  Pay Run menu.
  3. Click on the required pay run.
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  4. Click on the required employee's name.
  5. Click the Delete button.
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  6. Click the Delete button.
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