When is it required?

Create and process an unscheduled pay run to:

  • Process 'one-off out-of-cycle' pay runs.

  • Adjust a pay period already processed to correct an employee's earnings if they were overpaid or underpaid.

  • Process a negative pay run to include negative wages, taxes, and net pay, to adjust incorrect earnings, super, and taxes.

To process a normal pay period, without any adjustments, create a regular pay run instead.

How does it work?

Step 1: Select "Pay Runs" from the main menu.

Step 2: Remove any existing draft pay runs in the pay calendar you want to use. You can only have one draft pay run for each pay period.

Step 3: Click on "Create New Pay Run"

Step 4: Select the "Pay Schedule" period as "Unscheduled", by clicking on the drop-down

Step 5: Select the Pay Roll type by clicking on the drop-down under "Pay Roll Calendar"

(Pay Roll type - Weekly / Fortnightly / Monthly / Quaterly)

Step 6: Click on "Payment Date" to select the date you'll pay your employees. This date determines which financial period the pay run is reported in.

Step 7: Select the "Period Ends On" date it will automatically capture the "Period Starts on" Date

Step 8: Click on "Create" to create a pay run.

Step 9: Add employees if they are not already included in the pay run

Step 10: Click on the employee's row to open and add edit the "Units" (Hours) and "Base Rate"

Step 11: Click on "Taxes" to edit the taxes and click on Save

Step 12: Click on "Super" to edit the super and click on Save

Step 13: Click on "Publish" to publish the pay run.

Step 14: Choose to "Send payslips now" to all employees while publishing the pay run or you can download and resend payslips any time after publishing a pay run.

Step 15: You can choose to "File" the pay run to the ATO.

If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know at support@payroo.com.au

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