Summary

This page allows you to manage your employees easily. Employees’ details are very important because it helps to run the process of other features such as payroll, claims, leaves, and time sheets smoothly. Furthermore, a proper documentation of employees’ details information will enable you to generate tax filing as well as CPF e-submission properly as mandated by related government institutions in Singapore.

There are 2 ways to onboard employees:

  1. Web Onboarding – a better way when only onboarding a small number of employees (< 5 employees)
  2. Excel Import – a better way when onboarding multiple employees

Getting started

  • From the side panel, select Employees > Onboard employee

Single onboard for 1 employee

  • Firstly, select the identity number type from the drop-down list and enter the identity number.This prompts the system to check the existing employee database to see if there is already an existing employee with that designation. If the employee already exists, you will be redirected to the employee transfer form instead.
  • If you choose "Let the employee fill up their personal details", you only need to provide some basic information.
  •  Enter the Name, Email, and Citizenship, Organization and Country of Work. Then indicate the Organization, Department, and Position. Finally, click Next
  • Alternatively, If you choose "I will fill up the details myself", you will have to fill up all the employee's details.
  • Enter the Employee information accordingly, especially those fields with asterisk (*) symbol. Then, click Next
  • Fill out the employee number and tags, if necessary(Note: These functions are optional, but can help facilitate easier sorting and searching if you have a larger number of employees)
  • Then, select a payment method for the employee in the dorp-down menu: Cash, Cheque, GIRO or Others. (GIRO requires the employee's bank account details)
  • After which, there are a few options to select from pertaining to contributions and levies depending on what was previously input in employee's citizenship, race, religion and country of work.

Opted out from  donations: This means that the employee will not be contributing to SHG.
Set a fixed  amount: Set a fixed amount to contribute to SHG every month that payroll is generated for this employee.
Opt in to Community Chest contributions:
Set a fixed amount to contribute to Community Chest every month that payroll is generated for this employee.
Exclude from Skills Development Levy (SDL):
The company need not contribute SDL for this employee.
Exclude from IRAS Auto-Inclusion Scheme (AIS):
Income earned by this employee need not be reported to IRAS.
Exclude from Central Provident Fund contributions:
This employee is exempt from CPF contributions.
Allow Full Employer CPF:
The employer/company will be paying both employer and employee share of CPF. No deduction will be made from the employee's salary for CPF contributions.

  • After selecting the appropriate options, you will have to fill out the employee's pay scheme details. You may select from an existing pay scheme or add a new pay scheme. For more information on pay schemes, click here. Otherwise, you may leave the "Pay scheme templates" field empty and manually select the following:
  1. Type: Hourly, Daily or Monthly
  2. Currencies: Default is set to based on the company's country currency, to change or add more currencies, refer to this article.
  3. Amount to pay per unit (e.g. 1 hour/ 1 day/ 1 month, depending on type chosen)
  • Below, there will be 3 other options:

Calculate pay based on actual worked days using attendance logs: Using Payboy's Attendance Module to consolidate the number of days and hours that the employee has checked in on to calculate salary.
Calculate pay based on actual worked hours using shift breakdowns:
Using Payboy's rostering module in conjunction with the attendance module, tracking the number of hours that the employee has worked to calculate salary.
Has overtime pay:
Employee has overtime pay, calculated using the attendance log.

  • Select the employee's holiday group as well as working hours. The working hours set in an employee's individual profile will override the default company hours previously set here.
  • Select Next.
  • Click + Add New Document to attach relevant documents
  • Finally, customize the settings of the email invitation to the new employee
  • You can choose to immediately send the onboarding email, or at a later date if the employee is only starting work at a later date.
  • Customize the employment start date and employment type (full-time, part-time, contract or probation)
  • Add personal messages or instructions that you would like to include in the onboarding email.
  • Click Done.

Mass onboarding employees through an Excel import

  • Select 'Mass Onboard (Excel)'
  • Click Download Template to get the pre-formatted excel file for filling up
  • Input the necessary information on the excel file. Please DO NOT remove any pre-set validations.
  • Select and Upload the completed excel file (Note: This process might take some time, as the system will make sure all the necessary information columns are filled up, and validate to make sure they are accurate)
  • Once done, you can scroll through and Verify that all the information uploaded is correct
  • Click Next to proceed to the on-boarding page to send out invitation emails to your employees

(Important note: Employees created without an email will have their passwords automatically set to their Identification number (NRIC, FIN no., etc.))

You are finished with the initial set up! For more information and in-depth articles on each feature, please refer to this article collection here!

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