Here are the summary titles with time for the provided video information:
Creating Monthly Schedule 00:05
Period Schedule Setup 02:29
Understanding Run Categories 05:09
Run Category Setup 06:34
Pay Component Configuration 08:39
Calculating Long-Term Disability Pay 11:07
Processing Terminated Employee Payments 12:44
Short-Term Disability Pay Setup 13:25
A: The first step involves creating a monthly schedule for the US, specifically focusing on setting up 12 pay periods in a year. The schedule can be created manually or through EBS, with attention to handling paydays falling on weekends by adjusting payment dates accordingly.
A: The Period start date, end date, and payment date in the monthly schedule define the time frame for each pay period. These dates are crucial as they determine when employees will be paid, with specific attention to details like the last day of the month and adjustments for weekends. This information is essential for accurate payroll processing.
A: The video explains that the Run category controls the selection of employees for a payroll run. It takes into account the status of employees, such as active, terminated with one-time compensation, terminated with retroactive events, etc. This selection ensures that only relevant employees are processed in a particular payroll run.
A: The video underscores that the Run category is pivotal in determining the nature of the payroll run, whether it is regular, bonus, or commission. It clarifies that regular salary or base pay is typically processed on cycle, while bonuses and commissions may be processed off cycle. This distinction is crucial for accurate payroll processing based on various compensation structures.