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Reports and Exports Webinar

The topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Navigating the report manager
  • Commonly used reports from each report group:
    - Employee reports
    - General reports
    - Leave reports
    - Payroll reports
    - Roster reports
    - Timesheet reports
  • Using the export manager for:
    - Journal exports
    - SAFF exports for super
    - Export templates
In: Payroll

Setting up your Payroll and STP Software

The topics covered in this webinar include:


  • Logging in for the first time
  • Adding and registering your company for STP
  • Adding / Editing Employees
  • Setting up and processing your first payrun
  • Adding super fund details
  • Submitting STP using the STP Wizard
In: Payroll

EOFY and STP Webinar

The topics covered in this webinar include:


  •  Readying your ClockOn Data for EOFY
  •  Useful ClockOn reports to reconcile your figures
  •  Submitting your EOFY reports
  •  STP Overview
  •  Ensuring you are STP compliant
  •  How to submit STP using the STP Wizard
In: Payroll

Plan, Clock, Check & Act

The topics covered in this webinar include:

  • ClockOn Go email invitations
  • Roster budgets
  • Time sheet tips to save time
  • Time sheet approval
  • MYOB time sheet integration

What is Single Touch Payroll?

STP is new way of reporting tax and super information to the ATO. Businesses with 20 or more employees already report this way but, on 1 July 2019, it was expanded to include employers with 19 or fewer employees. The information is sent to the ATO either directly from your payroll software, or via a third party provider.

In: Payroll

What's the true cost of your payroll?

Understanding the true cost of payroll is essential to keeping your wages under control. Poorly calculated pay rates, unseen payroll “on-costs” and inefficient payroll processes all contribute to an overall payroll overspend (impacting your bottom line).

Termination and Resignation Templates

Terminating employees can be the hardest thing a manager or HR officer has to do.

A termination letter notifies an employee that he or she is no longer required, explains the reasons, the next steps in the process and sometimes stipulates the payout balances such as annual leave and redundancy, if applicable. 

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