PayHero has several types of payslip templates available to use. Each type reflects either a different employment basis or level of leave balance details that you wish to display. The type of payslip used can be specified on an employee by employee basis through their Employment Tab.
Click on the name of a payslip type below to see what information is included as well as an example of the payslip itself.
The leave payslip template will display all leave balances for the employee at the bottom of their payslip. The balances are as at 'today', being the date the payslip is downloaded/sent from PayHero.
Any leave that becomes due to the employee in the pay will show as an accrual line in the payslip, and won't be reflected in the balances until later.
Annual Leave balances are displayed in weeks, and also converted to a days balance based on the employee's Days Per Week based on their Work Pattern or Review Period. Learn more about how Days Per Week is calculated here: Annual Leave & Holiday Pay in PayHero
The balances displayed are:
Annual Leave Due - The leave currently due to the employee from crossed anniversaries, less any leave that's been taken.
Estimated Leave in Advance - Shows the calculation of how much estimated leave the employee has, up until today. This leave is not yet due to the employee, and is calculated based on how far through the current entitlement year the employee is. More details can be seen on the Employee's Leave tab.
Estimated Leave Available - The combined total of the employee's Current Leave Due and Estimated Leave in Advance.
Sick Leave - The amount of sick leave days currently due to the employee.
Alternative Leave - The amount of alternative leave days (also known as lieu days) currently due to the employee).
Time Bank - The amount of Time Bank hours currently due to the employee. This will only display if Time Bank is turned on for the employee.
The BCTI payslip can be used for GST registered contractors. Please note, a BCTI is only valid if the contractor and employer are both GST registered. The employer must have also received approval from Inland Revenue which you can learn more about through their website here: Tax Invoices.