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4. How do I set the delay for a pay period's last day to its payday?

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"How do I set the delay for a pay period's last day to its payday?"

The pay period is the days that people work. Payday is when the people are paid. Often, your payroll admins need a few days delay between the two.

To set a delay between a pay period's last working day, and its payday:

  1. First, select the pay batch on: MenuPay batches
  2. Then tap: SettingsPay batch settings
  3. Then beside Payday due, tap the "Edit" button:
  4. And look for: Payday due
  5. Now, select how many days (after the pay period ends) until your people get paid.
  6. Then tap: Save
  7. To see your pay schedule changes, tap: Calendar12-month calendar
  8. And finally, when you hover your mouse over a blue payday circle, you'll see black circles marking the days covered by that payday's pay period.

Keep in mind that:

  • Payroll admins usually need at least a few days delay, to look at timesheets, and approve expense claims.
  • However, in some countries, there's rules to limit the maximum number of days delay.
  • Also, once the pay schedule has some paystubs that've been filed, a "Schedule locked" message shows, and it can't be changed anymore.

And that's it! That's all you need to do to set a delay between a pay period's last working day, and its payday!

Updated: Fri, Feb 16, 2024.

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