Set up New Employment Types

Configure an Employee's Type to determine Social Security Contributions and Statutory Bonuses

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Written by Matthew Calleja
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What are Employment Types?

Employment Types refer to an Employee's category e.g. Student, Reduced Hours, ... Each category may have different Social Security Contribution levels and Statutory Bonuses accordingly.

Employment Types determine how employees pay Social Security Contribution (SSC) and receive their statutory bonuses.

Adding, editing and deleting Employment Types

Functionality around Employment Types is found in HR > Employee Setup > Employment Types

To add a new employment type click on Insert.

  • Code: A unique code for the employment type

  • Type: Description of the employment type

  • Social Security Category: Choose the type of social security contribution pertinent to this profile.

  • Hourly pay: Select if employee is paid hourly

  • Statutory Bonus percentage: For employees entitled to a percentage of statutory bonus, enter percentage here.

  • Pro-rata bonus: Check box to work out statutory bonus as a pro-rata to hours worked.

Once ready, click on the Save icon to commit changes.

To edit an existing Employment Type, highlight the employment type by clicking once on the respective row and click the Edit button.

To delete an existing Employment Type highlight the employment type and click on delete.

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