Automatic Payroll System

Reduce calculations and errors with our payroll solutions. Our payroll system generates accurate payroll reports from employees’ electronic timesheets. 

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Efficient and Integrated Automated Payroll System

The most efficient payroll process from employee agreed and signed electronic timesheets. Inzenius' Australian innovation award winner interpreter was designed and built from the ground up. It includes the granularity to convert any number of engagements into a shift timesheet and then use its patented award engine to comprehensively undertake its automated payroll production. Multiple shifts pay allowances and leave calculations are processed automatically. The shift data can include the employee times across multiple sites worked at. The ability to apportion components of the shift to different locations, positions, grades, tasks and/or projects undertaken which can then be measured against benchmark productivity targets. This data can also track billing for tasks undertaken.
Compliant Payroll Management System Automated rostering to payroll

Compliant Payroll Management System

Automated rostering to payroll
Our fully integrated Award Interpreter and Payroll solution reduces manual payroll calculations as wages are calculated directly from each employee’s authorised rosters and electronic timesheets

Automated payroll calculations from approved timesheets

The process reduces the need for manual conversion of the time works in the timesheet to the various pay categories for each employee shift components and in aggregate for the pay period. employee

Reducing errors of payroll processing

Automated award interpretation efficiently reduces the risk of data calculation omissions and errors.

Improved employee satisfaction

Employees are never happy with pay errors and the provision of accurate pay for each employee based on their accepted timesheet records ensures their satisfaction.

Comprehensive reporting capability

Dynamic reporting with business specific dashboard creation capabilities across the entire enterprise delivers powerful dynamic data for analysis and better decision making.

ATO Single Touch Payroll (STP2) & IRD Payday Filing compliant

The Australian and New Zealand Tax offices have moved to dynamic reporting directly from the payroll system itself. Inzenius is approved for ATO STP2. It is a requirement of payroll processing.

Simplify data capture with Inzenius’ standard built in and customisable reports
Compliant Payroll Management System Automated rostering to payroll
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Electronic Automated Timesheet Software

Employee electronic Timekeeping records are validated against their Rosters for each shift, creating an electronic timesheet for sign off and management approval, automating times worked for Payroll.

The employee will have direct access to the times approved on their device for follow up prior to payroll production if required.

Payroll Reporting

Generate accurate payroll reports to validate pay data before processing to ensure accurate remuneration

Simple Payment Process

Easily pay your employee wages using standard ABA bank files, and superannuation contributions through your preferred clearing house

Government Reporting Compliant

Report directly to the ATO and/or Inland Revenue, with report data derived directly from the payroll data procossed in Inzenius’ payroll system

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FAQs

STP Events only include Year to Date data. Each time a Pay Run is committed and the STP Event is submitted, the Year to Date data for each employee is updated with the Pay Run(s) figures.

If an employee has not been processed through the Regular Pay Run, and they have no Manual or Rebank Pays for the same Pay Period, they will not be included in the STP Event. Conversely, if an employee has not been processed through the Regular Pay Run, but a Manual or Rebank Pay for the same Pay Period has been processed, they will be included in the STP Event.

The exception to this is, of course, when finalising the Financial Year. When flagging a Regular Pay Run with the “Final Event Indicator”, all employees who have been processed in that Pay Run Schedule for the Financial Year will be included with the “Final Event Indicator” marked accordingly.

No. Due to the grouping of “Regular Wages” (Regular, Manual, and Rebank Pays), once the STP Event has been submitted for a Pay Period it cannot be re-submitted with new Pay Data.
Manual and Rebank Pays created after the Regular Pay Run has been processed should be assigned to the next Pay Period

Process a Manual or Rebank Pay, assigned to the next Pay Period, to correct the wages and this pay will be submitted in the STP Event with the Regular Wages for the next Pay Period.

Employers must provide the Final Event Indicator for all employees by the due date of 14th July in the following Financial Year (unless a deferral has been granted). If within this time frame, Manual, Rebank, ETP, and Final Pays can still be processed to rectify any incorrect wages. Clients should email Inzenius Support (support@inzenius.com) for specific advice pertaining to their situation.

To re-finalise EOFY:

  • If submitting Regular Wages (Regular, Manual, or Rebank Pays), select the Regular Pay Period and flag the “Final Event Indicator” option. Submit as an “Update Event”.

Yes – there is one major change to reporting, and that is with Fringe Benefits (FBT). STP requires the employer to submit FBT as “Exempt” or “Taxable”, depending on the employer’s circumstances.

  • If the employer is an exempt business, all Employee File FBT figures should be entered in the “FBT Exempt” field.
  • If the employer is not an exempt business, all Employee File FBT figures should be entered in the “FBT Taxable” field.
  • If the employer has multiple Pay Run Schedules, of which are both Exempt and Taxable, Employee File FBT figures should be entered according to whether the Schedule/ABN is Exempt or Taxable.

 

Note: FBT figures can still be entered during the End of the Financial Year, as per the annual release notes for EOFY (released in May of each year). This will not affect STP (reporting will be via an Update Event as a part of the finalisation process at the end of the financial year) and instructions on adding these figures in are included in the EOFY Release Notes.

An automated payroll system is a system that includes direct full payroll processing from approved timesheets.

The key advantages of an automated payroll system are reduced effort and risk of errors in payroll processing and distribution as well as beeter cross business labour management.

An electronic timesheet is a timesheet that captures employee times worked at each GPS verified location, the times checked against the employee roster variance authorisation by supervisors, and signed off by the employee via other devices.

The electronic timesheet is a daily record of the employee times approved as worked as stipulated by FWO and must include the managers and employee sign-off. It provides the details for the payroll calculation with the rules of the particular award.

Payroll is a function of most businesses with statutory Interpretation of the payment based on the approved and accepted number of hours each employee works each day.

By automating the payroll the time taken by payroll staff is reduced with the added benefit of the automated award interpreter reducing the time in data calculation and entry as well as the risk of errors and omissions.

The pricing for the system is based only on the number of employees paid in each pay period, not the total number of employees on the system. This can be converted into a monthly or annual fixed license.

Manual systems often require the payroll team, to sum up, the times and hours each employee works in a shift to be added to payroll classes configured in the Payroll system. Automated interpreted payroll removes these activities by using the time in the employee timesheet for creating the required amount to be paid in the payroll.

The system is secured on the client’s network or is hosted on the cloud behind the hosting security protocols. In all instances, the security access requires multi-factor accreditation for signing in.

The payroll will facilitate additional or appended to the next pay adjustments for any category of reasons.

The timesheet approval is a process that which the supervisor can auto approve all matching to roster timekeeping records and then be presented with any timekeeping that is at the variance of the roster for approval. These can be undertaken daily presenting the approved times on the employee device for their electronic acceptance. Both employer and employee sign-off of timesheets is a statutory requirement.