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Setup Public Holidays

This video will take you through:

  • Setting up Public Holidays
  • Public Holidays are shown in payslips

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Before you produce the first pay slips, it is recommended you set up the public holiday records.

  1. Click Setup> Public Holidays and pre-set all the Public Holiday for the year (and further if required).
  2. Public Holidays may be fixed to a specific work location, defined in HR> Locations option. Having these setup allows Wagemaster to automatically implement the public holiday requirements of the awards when producing the pay slips.
  3. You now need to choose the payment conditions. Go to Normal Times tab and click Public Holidays.
  4. Choose from the relevant option below:
    • An employee has worked: Normal Day
      • Time Worked Only will only pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday
      • Time Worked Plus Normal Pay Added will pay the time worked on the public holiday plus a normal day’s pay
      • Time Worked with Balance to Accrued Days Off will pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday and the remaining hours for the day will be added to ADO
      • Time Worked with Day to Accrued Days Off will pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday and a full day will be added to ADO.

    • An employee has not worked: Normal Day
      • No Pay means the employee is not paid at all
      • Normal Day’s Pay means the employee is paid as per a normal day
      • Added to Accrued Days Off means the day is added to ADO leave
    • An employee has worked: RDO
      • Time Worked Only will only pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday
      • Time Worked Plus Normal Pay Added will pay the time worked on the Public Holiday plus a Day’s Pay
      • Time Worked with Balance to Accrued Days Off will pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday and the remaining hours for the day will be added to ADO 
      • Time Worked with Day to Accrued Days Off will pay the employee for any hours worked on the public holiday and a full day will be added to ADO

    • An employee has not worked: RDO
      • No Pay will not pay the employee at all
      • Normal Day’s Pay will pay the employee as per a normal day
      • Added to Accrued Days Off will add the day to ADO leave

 

The Next Steps Are Optional, depending on the employment conditions:

Continue To: Setup Employees

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