Did you know that as an employer in Ireland, it is your responsibility to implement the latest budget and Revenue Legislation changes in your company? With the wide array of Revenue Budget changes coming into effect from July 2013, Sage has created a half day training course covering the areas vital for any employer in Ireland.
From v14.3 onwards, when adding bank details to new or existing employees, Micropay will automatically convert the sort code and account code to BIC and IBAN.
When choosing a payroll software there are a number of things to bear in mind to ensure that you find the right solution for your needs. Many of these will be standard considerations but there will be some that are unique to your business needs and the industry in which you operate.
With Sage HR you can store all of your employee’s details in one place. With the click of a button you can see every detail about your employees from their address to their previous employment history.
All Sage Payroll packages including Sage Micropay, sage Quickpay and Sage One Payroll will be updated to enable payroll administrators to automatically deduct the necessary payment.
Absenteeism costs Irish businesses 1.4bn per annum. This figure only accounts for correctly recorded absenteeism, it could be the case that many absences go unrecorded due to poor record keeping and tracking of absences.
The Payment of Wages Act 1991 gives all employees a right to a pay slip but you can remain legislatively compliant and be cost effective and time efficient by emailing payslips instead of printing them.
Sage has been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that this PYE is the best yet and to make sure that the whole process is as good as we can possibly make it for our customers.