Summary

In the following article, you will be taken through the process of viewing and/or deleting previously generated payrolls, both published and unpublished. Editing payrolls may only be done for unpublished payrolls.

To edit CPF and/or SHG amounts, please refer to this article. To set fixed SHG amounts, please refer to this article.

To generate GIRO transfer files for local banks, please refer to the following articles under the respective banks: DBS, UOB, and OCBC. Or consolidated GIRO file.

How to edit and delete unpublished payrolls

  • From the side panel. head to Payroll > All Payrolls
  • Click on the year and then month of the payroll in which you would like to view.
  • For an unpublished payroll, you can choose to Edit or Delete the data
  • If you choose to Edit, you will be brought to the same confirmation page shown in this guide for generating payrolls.
  • You can Delete a payslip that has either been published or unpublished by clicking on the red icon(Note: This is permanent and cannot be undone)

How to view & download payslips

  • From the side panel. head to Payroll > All Payrolls
  • Click on the year and then month of the payroll in which you would like to view.
  • Click on the View Payslip button on a particular employee to view his/her payslip in HTML format
  • Alternatively, click Download payslip as PDF to download their individual payslips in PDF format
  • You can also download all of the payslips in the PDF by clicking Download All PDFs

Publishing payrolls manually

  • Select the Year and Month of the payroll you want to publish
  • Below the header NRIC/Other ID, the payroll's publishing status will be indicated
  • Select Publish Now. A pop up window will appear to notify you of the automated actions which will follow once the paysips have been published.
  • Click OK to confirm

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