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Import Timesheets Into Wagemaster from Deputy

Preparation:

Pay Period in Wagemaster needs to be set as the same range as your export dates in Deputy. This can be seen in the top menu on the right-hand side as shown below. It is the date that the pay period ends.

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If the Pay Period isn’t correct and to make an adjustment, go to ‘Setup > Set Pay Period’.

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Import into Wagemaster:

Once the Pay Period is set in Wagemaster, go to Wages > Auto on the toolbar, which will start the Automatic Pay Slip Wizard. Follow the wizard until you’ve reached the Processing Options step and select Import Time Cards.

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Click Next and Data Preparation screen will be displayed, showing that the import has been accepted.

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Once the import is successfully completed, please follow the usual steps to process your payroll.

Common Import Errors into Wagemaster:

Incorrect Pay Period:

If pay sheets from a different Pay Period are processed, an error message will be shown.

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Click Next and a report will be displayed as shown below:

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To correct this error, follow the steps outlined in the section ‘Importing to Wagemaster’ for setting the Pay Period.

Incorrect Department Number:

An error message will be displayed if Department Number in Wagemaster is not identical to the Export Code in Deputy.

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A message shown below will be displayed when click Next.

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Navigate to the relevant department in Deputy and change the Export Code to the name/number given to the corresponding Department Number in Wagemaster.

Unable to Match Employee:

Below error message will be shown if the Wagemaster fail to match the employee in the export file from Deputy.

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Click Next.

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To correct this error, check the employee details in Deputy and ensure they are identical to the employee details in Wagemaster. 

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