Using a spreadsheet? From experience, this can cause huge problems…a simple error means either your staff are getting the wrong pay, or you’re sending incorrect information to the IRD. Both are BAD NEWS for your business!
Wondering if your current payroll system could be better, or your staffing has changed and you need something else? If so we can review your current system with you.
We work with all sorts of systems, but our preferred option is FlexiTime.
What they say:
“FlexiTime is flexible online payroll software that makes it easy for businesses to track the hours their employees work and pay them accurately. As well as handling simpler payrolls, FlexiTime has a host of features that makes it perfect for companies that employ part time, casual or contract staff”.
What we think:
FlexiTime is definitely a “payroll plus” solution. Running standard payrolls for staff on regular hours or fixed salaries is a breeze and it has great integration with Xero. You can choose to file PAYE yourself with a simple file transfer to IRD or FlexiTime will do it for you at no extra charge….and you don’t need a letter of credit.
But what we love about FlexiTime is the additional features it offers and the modules you can add.
For small businesses running just a few jobs, the FREE jobs option means your staff can log their time to jobs, and this can be integrated with a tracking category in Xero to enable you to add expenses and invoice your clients.
Hospitality businesses love “SHIFT” which includes roster management and a photo time clock application which means you can always see which staff are on duty.
For consulting businesses and recruitment companies “BILLING” enables time to be tracked by jobs, approved by clients (if required) and then invoiced from the same system.
What we do:
We can discuss which FlexiTime option is best for your business and show you how it all works, then set it up and train whoever does your payroll in how to use it. All our training comes with hard copy notes so you can refer back to them whenever you need to.
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