In this blog post we’ll further discuss Statutory Sick Leave, the status of it becoming a built-in feature and how it can be added currently.
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Our system now allows Active and Inactive states for companies within a profile, in cases where companies must be closed, but not deleted.
Our new approver override feature allows full admins to approve requests when approvers are on leave.
We’ve expanded our permissions functionality to include an option for read-only access.
Employees on the cumulative basis who are paid on 30 or 31 December will be taxed on a week 1 basis.
Today’s blog covers the updates and changes to support measures in light of the 6 week lockdown.
The TWSS Reconciliation Report is now ready for download.
We’ve made changes to our user interface on profile pages.
Hourly paid employees can now use self-service to submit their hours worked for the period.
We have created a new system item to cater for the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme.
We have a new opt-in feature for employee claims via self-service.
Outline of the steps that you need to follow on SimplePay if you need to end employees’ service and / or close your Simple Pay account for any reason
We’ve revamped our employee filters to make it more convenient to find and select employees.
We’re introducing a new 3-step process for company transfers.
This new feature reminds you of outstanding employer loans and savings when ending an employee’s service.
We have improved the process for deleting leave.
We have added a feature that allows you to view all payslip items without previewing the payslip.
New changes have been announced for the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme.
We have implemented two changes for the COVID-19 system items: Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme and COVID-19 Employer Refund Scheme.
We’ve expanded our pay frequency settings to give you more flexibility to customise payment dates.
A new Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme has been introduced, which is aimed at providing financial support to employees affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This new scheme comes into effect today, 26 March 2020, and builds on the previous Employer COVID-19 Refund Scheme.
We have added a new COVID-19 Refund Scheme item, to allow for payment to employees who have been temporarily laid-off due to COVID-19.
On 15 March 2020, Regina Doherty, the current Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection (DEASP) announced that workers who are temporarily laid off due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will be able to claim a special support payment of €203 per week.
The changes in national minimum wage will impact PRSI and USC.
We have upgraded our integration with QuickBooks.
To assist with the upcoming gender pay gap reporting obligations, SimplePay has added a gender field for employees.
SimplePay is delighted and proud to announce that we have been chosen by Xero as a finalist for the App Partner of the Year: South Africa.
We now support dual employment on our system.
We now support PRSI sub-classes A8 and A9 for employees under a Community Employment Scheme.
Small changes can make a big difference, so we have added a new leave report and made some tweaks to entitlement policies.
Revenue recently announced an extension to the ROS return filing and tax payment date for certain customers.
We are happy to announce that we have increased our bulk actions functionality to include bulk actions for once-off payslips.
As of 8 April 2019, expect updated employee RPNs for DEASP Budget Changes.
Add your own fields to an employee’s Basic Info screen with our newest feature.
Live chat support now makes it even easier for you to get the assistance that you need.
Your first Statement of Account is produced by the Revenue computer system based on all payroll submitted with a pay date in January 2019. The Statement of Account contains a chronological list of all tax liabilities incurred, any amendments to these liabilities, all payments made in respect of these liabilities and the balance outstanding at the end of the period referred to in the statement. The Statement of Account for January will need to be submitted by 14 February 2019, with all subsequent submissions due on the 14th of the month following the payroll month.
The next step in preparing for 2019 payroll is complete: RPNs can now be retrieved for all employees.
Employers and agents can now upload authorisation certificates in SimplePay. This is the first critical step required for processing payroll in 2019.
Revenue released an end of year notice on Friday 23 November 2018. Here is a summary of the most important parts of the notice.
Get a glimpse of what we’ve been working on for PAYE Modernisation.