How to add an employee to the input sheet

How to add an employee to the input sheet

1. On the Payroll Input page, click Add Employees.


2. Filter to the employment status of the employee you wish to add, or select -- any employment status -- to see all employees who are not on the current run.

3. Select the appropriate employee, move them to the box on the right by double-clicking, or selecting and using the arrow available. 


4. Click Add. The system will process for a moment and then your employee will be on the input sheet with the rest.

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