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Setup Employees

Once you have configured the awards for your employee(s), you are now ready to setup the employee records.

 To create a new employee record: 

  1. Click Employee > New Employee Wizard 

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  2. The wizard will open. Click Next 

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  3. Click Next
  4. Fill in the boxes with the employee's details as shown in the example below

    Note: the fields highlighted with the red boxes in the following steps will need to be filled in before you can continue  

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  5. Click Next
  6. Leave the employee number as it is and click Next
  7. Fill in the employee’s address details as shown in this example. Click Next 

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  8. Select the appropriate department for the employee

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  9. Fill in the employment information 

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    • Salaried Employee: Check if you do not want to display the number of hours worked by the employee (optional)
    • Use Standard Pays: Check if your employee works the same number of hours during the pay period
    • Standard Hours: Enter the number of hours your employee works for the pay period
  10. Click Next
  11. Choose a payment method to pay your employee. If you choose Bank, select the bank your employee uses and fill in the details. Click Next 

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  12. Select the appropriate tax table for the employee from the list and fill in the employee’s Tax File Number.
    Please Note: Tax tables are updated once a year. Wagemaster will email the software update each time the tax tables are updated. It is important to keep your Wagemaster on the latest version.
  13. Click Next 

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  14. Select a Superannuation fund from the dropdown list and enter the employee’s Superannuation fund member number. Click Next 

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  15. Click Finish at the completion of each record 

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 16. Repeat Step 1-16 for each employee.

 

Next step:

Setting Up Payroll Yourself: Setup for STP Reporting

Payroll Assist Customer: Setup Integrations between Agrimaster and Wagemaster

 

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