Creating & Publishing Payslips

Generate, Print, Send and Download Payslips

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Written by Jake Ellis
Updated over a week ago


After Calculating and Finalising the Payroll, the Payslips button will be available at the bottom right side of the screen.

Clicking on it will create a new payslip run for the payroll. Click on "Generate Run & Preview Payslips" or "Generate Run & Send Payslips" to follow through with the process. 

What's the difference?

The difference between the two options is that "Generate Run & Send Payslips" will send the payslips to the employees' default method immediately, while the other will not and will require you to manually publish the payslips to send them.

The process may take a couple of minutes, please wait until you are notified that the payslips are ready.

Generating, printing, downloading, and publishing payslips

Once completed, the following screen will be displayed, allowing you to regenerate (refresh) any payslips, print, download and publish payslips on employee portals. Each action can occur for all available payslips, for any pending payslips, or for all selected payslips. To select particular payslips, use the checkboxes on the left.

  • Generate will regenerate or refresh payslips. Note that for changes in an employee's pay to take effect in the payslip, you will first need to Unfinalise & Recalculate. The payslip can then be generated as normal.

  • Print will allow you to print the payslips. (You can sort your payslips prior to printing in the Settings pop-up window.)

  • Download will allow you to download the payslips. You can view a detailed guide on downloading payslips as a ZIP file here.

  • Publish will send the payslips to employees using their respective method of delivery, while also publishing on their employee portals. You can change the methods of delivery here, or individually for an employee in his own employee settings page.

Payslips can be previewed using the "Payslip Preview" buttons on the right side of the screen.

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