The SureCommand Payroll reports system produces payroll reports like the amount of total overtime, holiday eligibility, average earnings, and pay rates. The payroll reports system gives payroll administrators insight and overview of the total payroll operation.
The SureCommand Employee Portal payroll feature offers employees a report of what hours they are being paid for, the method of verification and what pay period they will receive their pay. This payroll report is designed to elevate confidence and reduce employee and employer conflicts.
Managing complex benefits programs can be overwhelming to your payroll departments operation. SureCommand allows Payroll Administrators to automatically establish benefits parameters that can determine who in the employee's list is qualified, when they are qualified, and what do they qualify for. Once the benefits parameters are established, the deductions will occur automatically from their payroll and the information presented on the user's paystubs.
The SureCommand payroll system works when the timesheets are submitted by the schedulers to the accounting payroll department for payroll processing. The SureCommand Accounting Payroll System is dynamic enough to give users the ability to process retroactive payments, commissions, bonuses, calculate tax remittances, employee expenses, and reimbursements. Once the information has been collected, the amounts can then easily be reviewed and submitted for disbursement by Payroll Administrators and Management.
Retroactive payroll adjustments maybe necessary to correct an error in a previous payroll. Due to the large number of variables, this process can be very complex for any Payroll Administrator. The SureCommand system can make it easier to make retroactive payroll adjustments by considering some of the variables when performing calculations. The adjustments made will then appear on next payroll report to verify that the adjustments were made.
On occasion, an employee may pay out of pocket for employment related products and services like travel related expenses. The SureCommand system gives employees a feature that allows them to upload their expenses for the approval and reimbursement administrative process.
Managing payouts can be laborious and complex. SureCommand systems can help users calculate the employee's performance and other variables with their payroll payout numbers. SureCommand can automatically calculate Payouts such as, vacation pays, bonuses, and commissions.
The SureCommand system can help organizations manage their payroll deductions by adding the deduction name and formula for payroll processing. Payroll administrators can create an unlimited number of payroll deduction formulas that automatically will apply to every payroll.
The payroll approval process gives Payroll Administrators the ability to review, correct, and approve the payroll information. The approval process ensures that calculations have been made accurately by the payroll administration.
Once the payroll information has been approved for disbursement, the payroll administration can start the payroll disbursement process to withdraw from the organization's bank account and then to deposit the amounts into the employee's bank account.
The SureCommand system can help your organization electronically connect with the Government of Canada for the purpose of communicating employment and tax related information. The SureCommand system lets you organize, and process T4 Slips and ROE forms.
A T4 statement is an important document that your organization must provide to your employees for their tax filing purposes. The T4 presents the amount of income your employees have earned through your organization. Most employers in Canada send T4 electronically by February to employees. T4 slips show the income an employee has earned, how much they have contributed to Employment Insurance (EI), Canada Pension Plan (CPP), and how much tax they’ve already paid for the year (i.e. amounts deducted at source).
The ROE is the single most important document in the Employment Insurance (EI) program. The Record of Employment (ROE) is a form that employers must complete and deliver to employees who have received insurable earnings and who stop working or experience an interruption of earnings. Employers must complete the ROE even if the employee does not intend to apply for EI benefits. The SureCommand system directly connects with the Government of Canada to deliver ROE information electronically.