NextGen | The Recurring Components Screen

NextGen | The Recurring Components Screen

About

Recurring components refer to the payroll items that should calculate automatically every pay period.  It contains all fixed financial information relating to the employee’s pay structure.  Examples include Medical Aid, Provident Fund and Travel Allowance.  Legislative components, such as Tax, UIF and SDL will automatically be added to the Recurring Components Screen. 

Relationship to the Payslip Edit Screen
All recurring components will pull through to the employee’s Payslip Edit Screen every pay period.
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Only components added on Company Level will be available on Employee Level.
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The Recurring Components Screen is included in the Add New Employee Workflow.

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NextGen or Classic

The Classic version is the name given to the previous look and feel of the system. Important to note, both NextGen and Classic point to the same database. No data migration is therefore applicable. 

This article covers The Recurring Components Screen for the new and improved NextGen version of the system.

An Example of the NextGen Landing Page


To access the article that explains the same for the Classic version, please select this link:  Classic | The Employee Recurring Component Screen

An Example of the Classic Landing Page


Edition

This feature is available on Lite, Premier and Master.



Ensure that the correct employee is selected.

The Location Menu


The Recurring Components Screen

When adding a new employee, once the recurring components have been added, click on Finish to complete the workflow.

The Recurring Components Screen




The types of components on the Recurring Components Screen can be categorised in six payslip actions. To access the article that explains the types of components, please select this link: 

The various payslip actions contain the same headings.

The Recurring Components Screen: Allowances


The Recurring Components Screen: Deductions




Videos: Processing Recurring Components






The Final Loan Deduction
  1. The deduction amount advised will automatically adjust if the balance owing by the employee is less that the instalment amount.
  2. The loan deduction will automatically be removed when the loan is repaid.
  3. Garnishee orders function the same if a capital balance was processed.
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An Extract of the PDF Payslip


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