NEST Integration, Webhooks, NMW

Posted on Tuesday, 30th Apr '19

Duane Jackson by Duane Jackson

Another month gone and a raft of new features added to Staffology Payroll. Read on to discover what we’ve added in the last four weeks.

NEST Integration

We’re now fully integrated with NEST Pensions, so your pension contributions can now be automagically sent. If you’ve already created a Pension Scheme in the software and want to connect it then read more here.

Webhooks / Resthooks

If you don’t know what they are then you probably don’t need them. But if you do know what they are then you’ll be delighted to learn that we now have webbhooks available.

National Minimum Wage

April is never fun in the world of payroll. But even less so if you have to manually update dozens or hundreds of employees hourly rates to meet the increased National Minimum Wage. Use our NMW feature and you’ll never have to worry about it again.

Importing and Exporting Data

You can now:
– import payment information from a CSV file.
– import hours worked fromTimeMoto time and attendance system.
– Connect with BreatheHR to import employees.
– Export payment info in Barclays BACs format.

Pay Code Selection

You can now decide which pay code to use for regular pay for each individual employee. Useful for separating out Directors pay or to analyse pay by department.

Got your own feature request?

Let us know what you need and we’ll do our best to build it for you.

Duane Jackson, April 30th, 2019

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