Supports Monthly, Weekly, Fortnightly Payroll (within each calendar month). Generate Pay Slips and Salary Registers against each of the Sub Periods (fortnights)
Supports daily rated, Monthly Rated and Hourly rated employees for Payroll.
Complete Multi Currency Support for both local and expats pay roll with the facility to change the Currency from any specific Month or Sub Period
Facility to enter Time Sheets of past month along with the current fortnight (or separately) and generate a single or different Pay Slips for each of the fortnights.
Facility to apply and record different currency exchange rates for different Time Sheet periods within a month.
Facility to show YTD figures of all the Allowances and Deductions in Pay Slips in Olive Rate x Qty model
Tax computation as per the Thailand statutory requirements for Expats
Facility to set / manage user defined Tax tables for each year for multiple tax scales.
Facility to apply the user defined Tax table from any calendar date. System shall automatically apply the appropriate tax tables while the Time Sheet data is being processed.
Facility to set the Taxable Income, completely user defined. User can choose the allowances and deductions to be formed as part of the Taxable Income.
Facility to track the Onshore and Offshore salary components.
Built In Additional Reports available, other than the standard reports
Time Sheet Summary Report
Salary Registers (Earnings, Deductions, Contributions, Financial Register, Overtime Register, Tax Register)
Entry Checklist Reports
YTD Reports (Earnings, Deductions, Contributions, Financial Register, Tax Register)
User Defined Register setting facility (user can create their own registers as per their choice)
Facility to generate the different Registers in MS Excel formats.
Sub Period (Fortnightly / Monthly / Weekly) reporting facility
Currency Wise reporting facility
Local Currency, Foreign Currency and Dual Currency Pay Slips available in Graphical Preview, MS Excel and PDF Formats. Facility to send Pay Slips by email.
Supports the Olive Standard model and the new Rate x Qty model of data entry, storage and reporting and many more...