A wholly integrated HRM, Rostering and Payroll system is critical for accuracy and efficiency.

 All In One System

The combined rostering to payroll system includes many benefits, as it is built on one database, ensuring the accuracy and completeness of automated data flow and reporting.

this concept ensures that not only the shift interpretation but also the employee-specific Grade, total pay multi-pay period payroll and leave rules are accurately applied.

The core of the Inzenius Award Interpretation is founded on the systems’ patented design, which delivers granularity of shift costing and payroll classifications.

The system design combines the full Rostering, Timekeeping, and Timesheet with the automated full Award Interpretation, payroll processing, and distributions wrapped inside the Elmo HRM offering.

Full automated payroll award compliance is a key to this successful partnership.

The payroll is 100% complete, and it is critical to address all award entitlements in an automated payroll.

Payroll is either right or wrong, so configurability, comprehensiveness and accuracy of interpretation are crucial.

No need for comprehensive manual calculations, data entry and processes with Inzenius.

Payroll Automation

Terms and conditions apply, enabling the breakdown of each employee shift each day into different engagements that can be interpreted under different award conditions and rates as joined or completely separate engagements, multi-hire in the one business.

Inzenius enables overtime penalties that can be aggregated or not over the shift(s) as if the roster was a different employee facilitating cost to other Locations, Cost Centres, Positions, Tasks, Events and Jobs.

The system will enable Overtime to be banked over the defined period. Overtime hours can be summed over this period and automatically paid when the total exceeds the designated hours.

Integrated Leave Management and Approval

Leave accrual and balance adjustment automation within the roster function with the payroll provides dynamic processing even where employee work hours may vary day-by-day.

Leave must be based on the hours an employee is rostered and works each shift, on employee standard hours, or per-pay-run defined hours. Leave can also be banked, where the employee is required to work several non-standard days that are to be added to their leave balance, a specified number of hours over any period.

The RDO leave coefficient can be set to bank hours for longer working days.

Leave balances can be reduced when taken, with different reductions reflecting the normal hours worked each day. This delivers dynamic, accurate balances, reducing the need for manual calculations and data entry.

In health, for example, nurses are often provided extra annual leave based on working more than a defined number of weekends. The system automatically adds an additional leave balance for the nurses who have worked more than the defined weekend days.

Complex leave management simplified

Part-time Rule Interpretation

Businesses are required to move many of their employees from casual to parttime employees due to the requirement to offer casual employee permeant positions after 12 months of service.

Flexible rostering and working arrangements based on the daily demands of the business require complex interpretation.

Most awards allow the part-time leave and pay provision to be based on a range of hours worked in a week or multiples of them, with overtime able to be calculated based variance to days and times in:

  1. Employment contracts fixed days and times.
  2. Grade standard hours and times.
  3. Employee standard hours and times in their employment file
  4. Any variance in their rosters

This requires interpretation to include data from outside of the shift alone.

Work times can be agreed upon by documented agreement at each of the 3 levels, requiring an efficient process of receiving and tracking both the employee and employee agreements to these variances.

The Better-Off-Overall-Test (BOOT)Automation

Automation of the Better Off Overall Test (BOOT) calculation ensures salaried and non-hourly paid employees can have each pay run compared to what they would have earned on the appropriate award. This facilitates a simple pay adjustment for the difference to satisfy the test requirements.

Outer Boundary Penalties for Salaried Employees

Automation of the application of penalties associated with salaried employees that work more than the pre-defined max hours of overtime and non-Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 6:pm times worked is not being required for many more awards.

There Are So Many Rules Required for Payroll

There are so many Awards and Leave Interpretation requirements for payroll in Australia and New Zealand that you want to be assured your payroll system can comply efficiently.