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How to create a regular pay run

1. Select Payroll in the side menu, and click on Process Payroll / Review Payroll History.



2. Click on Create Next Regular Payroll and wait a moment for the pay run to be generated.

                                                                                               

3. You will see a new entry appear with the status In Progress. Verify that the pay period and pay date are accurate, and make note of the input due date (this run must be processed by 10am PT that day to be paid on the pay date). To enter into this pay run, click Input Sheet.


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