View all payslips for a specific pay period

There are a few different ways in which you can view payslips:

  • View Processed Payslips (see below)
  • View Payslip on a Specific employees profile (see below)
  • Admin's can log in to see the Employee's View (where assisting employees).
  • Employees can view their payslips through their employee portal, click HERE for the Employee Step-by-Step guide.

To view all payslips for a specific pay period:

  • For example if you're looking for an employees June Payslip or last payslip for the financial year to view the YTD (if required).

View Processed Payslip:

  1. In the quick menu navigate to Payroll >Pay.
  2. Click the Payslips tab.
  3. Use the filters to select your Period Ending date and any other filters.
  4. You can use the Search bar to find a specific employee, otherwise all payslips for that period ending will display.
  5. Click the green payslip ID number to view an individual's payslip.

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 View Payslip on a Specific employees profile:

  • Admin's can also view payslips for a specific Employee by either searching for the employee directly or via approved people and selecting the desired employee.
  • In the Employees Profile select the Financial tab > Payslips to view the payslips
  • Use the search to search for a specific month e.g. June, click on the tab to sort by ascending or descending date.
  • Click the green payslip ID number to view an individual's payslip.

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Admins can log in on behalf of an employee to see their employee portal and view payslips (if needed to assist an employee).

  • Admin's can also view payslips for a specific Employee by either searching for the employee directly or via approved people and selecting the desired employee.
  • In Overview section select 'Log in as' and this will take you to the Employees portal

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  • In the Employee Portal select Timesheets> Payslips

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