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r-mitchell
Level 2

Parental Leave Calculation

One of my staff is due to take Parental Leave, I entered the leave details into absence section of payroll, However although it calculated it correctly in relation to his entitlement of weekly income. The system added the amount ontop of his monthly salary as an additional payment rather than a payment for the 2 weeks the employee would be off
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Best answer March 19, 2019

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John C
QuickBooks Team

Parental Leave Calculation


Hi r-mitchell

 

If you do not want to pay your employee any additional amount then you would have to remove their salary, how to do this would depend on which payroll product you are using.

If you are using Paysuite you will have to select the employee, select edit employee, select payment and deductions and enter 0.00 in the annual salary, total per month, normal hours per week and equivalent hourly rate and select save.

If you are using QuickBooks payroll you would simply enter 0.00 in the salary box when you run payroll.

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John C
QuickBooks Team

Parental Leave Calculation


Hi r-mitchell

 

If you do not want to pay your employee any additional amount then you would have to remove their salary, how to do this would depend on which payroll product you are using.

If you are using Paysuite you will have to select the employee, select edit employee, select payment and deductions and enter 0.00 in the annual salary, total per month, normal hours per week and equivalent hourly rate and select save.

If you are using QuickBooks payroll you would simply enter 0.00 in the salary box when you run payroll.

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r-mitchell
Level 2

Parental Leave Calculation

Thank you very much for your suggestion, I have been playing with this and opted for the following solution. I have adjusted the workers pay by inputting the period of Parental leave as unpaid Annual Leave, this resulted in the monthly income being recalculated to reflect this change, I then entered that same period as Parental Leave and the entitlement was added to his remaining monthly income. Doing it this way seems perfect as the employee sees exactly what they are being paid for on his/her payslip, Keep in-mind that someone can only claim one type of SSP at any one time. 

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