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Setting Up Direct Deposit 00:00
Exploring Payment Election Rules 00:50
Creating Pay Group Assignment Rule 01:45
Automatic Assignment Logic 02:59
Developing Assignment Logic 04:05
Implementing Assignment Requirements 05:10
Practice and Experience 05:57
Standardizing Assignment Logic 06:40
Implementation Workflow 07:21
A: Employees can set up direct deposit through self-service by navigating to the administrator page where the Run category needs to be added to maintain payment election rules. Once added, employees can input their checking account details along with a specified amount, such as $250 US Dollars, to facilitate direct deposit.
A: Employees can add additional bank accounts for payments by accessing the self-service page. They need to fill in valid information, including a valid IBAN or RR number. After successfully adding an account, a new entry will appear, allowing the employee to utilize the newly added account for regular or bonus payments.
A: The automatic assignment rule plays a crucial role in determining how pay groups are assigned to employees based on specific conditions. Implementers need to develop logical conditions, considering factors like pay type, job profile, FTE, and standard hours. This ensures that the payroll system processes employees according to the business’s requirements, such as processing only salaried employees or full-time employees under a particular pay group.
A: Implementers need a good understanding of HR data and the significance of each field, such as pay type and FTE. They derive conditions based on business requirements, considering factors like employee location, standard hours, and FTE percentage. The logic involves setting conditions that, when met, automatically assign a specific pay group to an employee during the hiring process. While there is no standard document, experienced implementers use practice and scenario-based knowledge to develop effective automatic assignment rules.