**Note** If a change is made to a Position or Compensation, it will not be reflected in the 'In Progress' payroll. Select 'Modify Payroll' to have this update included. But changes to Payroll Items should be reflected without 'Modifing Payroll".
From here you can Modify the payroll by clicking on Modify Payroll. If a change is made to a Position or Compensation record for a regular active position, it will not be reflected in the 'In Progress' payroll. Select 'Modify Payroll', click on the check box(s) next to the pay group(s) that changes were made to and click Update Payroll to have the update(s) included. Changes made to Payroll Items will be reflected without 'Modifying Payroll". Modify Payroll takes the Pay groups you select, deletes them from the Payroll and then re-initializes them, so anything you did in Current would be wiped out. Any time you are unsure if you need to Update or not, it never hurts to run a Payroll Report first to see if the desired change took effect, and if it did, then you should be good to go.
Once payroll is ready to be Posted, click on the button:
Click on Post to continue with posting of payroll or Cancel to stop the posting of payroll and revert back to the Payroll Detail.
Once selected to Post payroll, the Posting Status at the left hand corner will complete in a few seconds.
There are reports and options that are created during the Posting Payroll process:
- Pay Report
- Error Report
- Post Error Report
- Budget Distribution Report
- Payroll Account Distribution Report
- Un-post Post Payroll
- Process Payments
- Email Notices
Direct Deposits XML (Export) Example
Direct Deposits.pdf Example
Direct Deposit Notification example
Warning No compensation to calculate hours in a day for potential partial dock absence for employee number XXXXXXXXXX, activity date: Thu Feb 14 00-00-00 EST 2013, unit: Daily, length: 1.000