Configuration - User Profile/Group Access

Introduction

The payroll module has the option to assign someone as a Payroll admin for a certain group and limit what they can or cannot access within the system. 

Steps

Step 1: Log in to the account

Step 2: Head over to mceclip0.png

Step 3: Proceed to mceclip1.png

Step 4: Look for the mceclip2.pngtab at the top

Step 5: Click on mceclip4.png

Step 6: Click on mceclip5.pngto create a new profile

Step 7: Type in the Profile Name and Profile Description

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Step 8: Under Administration, Process Pay, Reports, the admin has an option to allow this profile to be able to view only by clicking on the box, and leave the rest unchecked.  The image below highlights the column wherein you can put a tick on the different options that the profile can "view" (NOTE: You can tick any of the options that you would like this profile to access)

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Step 9: Click on mceclip1.png

Step 10: Next head on to the mceclip2.pngtab at the top

Step 11: Create your payroll group/s if you haven’t done so on mceclip6.png

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Step 12: After creating the groups, assign the user profile and user group to each employee on

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Step 13: Click on mceclip8.pngto update the changes done.

When it comes to email notifications, though employees are assigned to the role you created, will not receive any notification for any changes made to bank details and salary information. Only the module admin (payroll admin) will be able to receive these notifications.

 

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