Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month

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7 months 1 week ago #1050 by Haris
Haris created the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Hello! Thanks for such a great software.

I am testing the web app by entering employee that start on 18 Jan. Do the payroll processing and getting full month salary instead of less than half month salary.

After that I tinker with effective date job setting and still get full month sallary.

Any advise? Appreciate help as this is an emergency :pinch:

Haris

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7 months 1 week ago #1051 by Kap-Chew
Kap-Chew replied the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Hi Haris,

For this purpose you will need to make use of Variable Deduction and calculate the amount that needs to be deducted from the payroll month.

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7 months 1 week ago #1052 by Haris
Haris replied the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Thanks for the reply. Is there a way to specify formula rather than manually calculating and inputting ammount?

For instance the Field code can have java script or variable?

I know this sounds impossible, but asking it anyway.

Thanks!

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7 months 1 week ago #1053 by Kap-Chew
Kap-Chew replied the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Well, this is not uncommon for desktop application, but I doubt if it's a risk free solution for server side.

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7 months 1 week ago #1054 by Haris
Haris replied the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Ok, I take that as cant do that at the moment.

I am just hoping that automatic calculation can still be done for new staff. And since the feature name is variable deduction, I thought that it is something that can have formula or code associated to do the process.

Will continue to explore this feature. Appreciate it if you can explain a little bit how to use it.

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7 months 1 week ago #1055 by Kap-Chew
Kap-Chew replied the topic: Start date at 18 Jan but payroll give full month
Ha, the user formula for payroll calculation is a good idea indeed, but it needs further study to make sure that it does not pose any risk.

In the meantime, you may want to visit hr.my/doc/get-started.html to get a basic understanding of what HR.my has to offer. You may always come back to me whenever you need further clarification on certain issues, and as always, suggestions are always welcomed ^^

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