You can manage the payroll settings for PayHero under Manage > Settings > Payroll Settings.
Update these settings to suit your preferences.
Email Payslip Subject - The subject line for payslip emails.
Email Payslip Body - The default content of a payslip email. If you wish to add custom comments for each employee you can add payslip notes at the pay processing stage instead.
Default Employer Contribution Rate - The default employer rate for KiwiSaver contributions. This can be overridden on individual employee records if desired. The new contribution rate will only apply to employees created in PayHero afterwards, employees set up prior will still have their initial rate set.
Week Starts On - This determines the first day of the week shown on the timesheet entry grid. PayHero defaults to a Monday - Sunday week, but you can change this to suit your business.
The Work Pattern settings allow you to set rules that PayHero should use when determining leave entitlements for employees who don't have a standard Work Pattern set on their employment settings, or whose pattern doesn't necessarily indicate their exact hours and days of work.
Review Period - How many weeks of recent pay and timesheet history PayHero should review when determining an employee's ordinary week. See this article for more info on how this will affect employee leave balances: Annual Leave & Holiday Pay in PayHero
Otherwise Working Day Minimum - The number of times an employee would need to have worked on that day of the week for the day to be considered an Otherwise Working Day. An otherwise working day is a day the employee likely would have worked had they not been on leave that day.
The default pattern is for the given day to have been worked 5 times out of the last 8 weeks.
Apply Paid Breaks - Turning on this setting will enable PayHero to automatically apply paid and unpaid break rules when your employees record breaks using the Shift Photo Timeclock, or using the Start/Stop Clock function in the Employee Mobile App. You can learn more about the Paid & Unpaid Break rules here.