What are the system implications of reinstating an employee starting a new tax record?
When an employee is reinstated starting a new record, the system will create a new record on the History grid on the Tax Profile screen.
Navigate > Employee > Basic Information > Tax Profile
A new set of Year To Date figures will be captured from the employee's new employment date. Therefore, the employee will be issues with two tax certificates (IRP5's) for the current tax period.
Navigate > Employee > Payroll Results > Tax Certificates / Historical Drill Down
Reinstating an Employee
About An employee may have been incorrectly terminated or may have decided to return to the company to continue employment. In these scenarios, the employee’s record needs to be reinstated. Reinstating an employee is also processed on the Tax Profile ...
Should an employee be reinstated "Starting A New Record" or "Resuming This Record"?
"Reinstate Starting A New Record": There are no restrictions to the amount of tax records an employee can have on the payroll. This option will create a new set of YTD accumulations and relevant when the employee's employment record constitutes a ...
How do I reinstate a terminated employee?
A terminated employee can be reinstated by selecting the Reinstate menu option which opens the Tax Profile screen. The employee can be reinstated Starting A New Tax Record or Resuming This Record. Navigate > Employee > On / Off Boarding > Reinstate ...
Where can I view an employee's tax certificates?
An employee's tax certificates and Year to Date (YTD) figures can be viewed and downloaded on the Tax Certificates / Historicall Drill Down screen under the Payroll Results section of the employee's record. Navigate > Employee > Payroll Results > Tax ...
How do I capture a retired employee record?
If an employee is retired, their employee profile has to be terminated and reinstated starting a new record. Thereafter, enable the "Is this employee retired?:" checkbox under the Employee Details tab on the Basic Profile screen. Navigate > On / Off ...