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Answer. Yes. At the end of each pay period, get sub-totals of hours worked on each paystub.

Here's how to setup for payroll:

  1. Setup a pay batch with your pay day cycle.
  2. Add people to that pay batch at Pay batches ➜ People.

Now you're all set!

If you do these steps at a later date, Zipier Attendance will still back calculate all the sub-totals and display them on each paystub.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: connect, export, combine, own. Collapse all
 
Answer. It's currently only available as a private beta to our beta testing customers.

Once we feel it's good enough, we'll make it freely available. We intend to open Zipier Payroll for public sign-ups in Nov 2016.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: monitor, activity, tracking, available, beta, private, restricted, signup.
 
Answer. All 50 states of the U.S..

We expect to launch for the U.S. in Nov 2016.

India and the Philippines will follow sometime after.

Our goal is to have free payroll for the whole world. This will take time and resources, but we're working as fast possible.

Updated: 29 Mar 2018. Keywords: locations, regions, states, release.
 
Answer. Zipier Payroll isn't yet ready for public use.

It's currently only available as a private beta while we gather more feedback and make improvements. We intend to open Zipier Payroll for public sign-ups in Nov 2016.

If you'd like to leave your email address on our FREE live chat support. Mon-Fri, 9 am to 5 pm ET. You'll get an invite once it's open to the public.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: ready, paystub, signup, beta, public.
   
 
Answer. Turn on People ➜ Settings ➜ Permissions ➜ Payroll admin permis....

To assign payroll permissions to another person:

  1. Go to People ➜ Settings ➜ Permissions ➜ Payroll admin permis....
  2. Answer. Find Payroll and turn on either View or Edit.

Notes:

  • Only someone who already has "Payroll Edit" permissions can assign payroll permissions to another person.
  • You can't change your own permissions.
Updated: 7 Jun 2019. Keywords: give, transfer, access.
 
 

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Answer. Go to Pay batches ➜ Time off ➜ Paid holidays ➜ Paid holidays.

To add or remove holidays that show on your people's calendars:

  1. Go to Pay batches ➜ Time off ➜ Paid holidays ➜ Paid holidays.
  2. Check that the closest matching "Paid holidays" list is selected at the top.
  3. Follow the instructions on the page to add or remove.

These changes will apply to all people that are added to this pay batch at Pay batches ➜ People.

You can see a list of your own holidays at People ➜ Time off ➜ Paid holidays.

If you think that there's an error on Zipier's listed holidays, let us know on the email link below the holiday list. It'll be fixed it for everyone.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: edit, change, error, mistake.
 
Answer. Put them in a U.S. pay batch and turn off all the extras.

To have your people paid in USD, select a U.S. "Tax jurisdiction" at Pay batches ➜ Setup ➜ Tax jurisdiction.

To set up your people like contractors with no holiday pay, and no other extras, Zipier recommends that you:

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: holidays, configure, employee.
 
Answer. Turn off overtime. Set Pay batch advanced settings to zero. Set holidays to none.

To set up your people like contractors with no holiday pay, and no other extras, Zipier recommends that you:

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: minimum, configure, disable.
 
Answer. Your options are: Weekly, Bi-weekly, Semi-monthly, Monthly.

You can choose your pay periods setting at Schedules ➜ Schedule ➜ Pay period recurs. Your options are:

  • Weekly: calculated every week.
  • Bi-weekly: calculated every two weeks.
  • Semi-monthly: calculated twice a month.
  • Monthly: calculated once a month.

Once you've chosen your pay periods setting, you'll then be given further options to fine tune the exact days the pay periods should end.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: weekly, biweekly, semimonthly, monthly, twice, calculated.
 
Answer. Pay batches ➜ More ➜ Advanced ➜ Night pay starts at.

The times of when night pay starts and stops can be changed at Pay batches ➜ More ➜ Advanced ➜ Night pay starts at.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: change, evening, morning, begin, end.
 
Answer. Pay batches ➜ More ➜ Advanced ➜ Overtime calculated.

How overtime is calculated can be changed at Pay batches ➜ More ➜ Advanced ➜ Overtime calculated.

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: set, counted.
 
Answer. Pay batches ➜ Time off ➜ Settings ➜ Default paid time of....

The target paid time off hours per month can be changed at Pay batches ➜ Time off ➜ Settings ➜ Default paid time of....

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: adjust, update, goal, yearly, holidays.
 
Answer. Gets you paystubs sub-totaled with hours worked, holidays and defaults.

By adding people to a pay batch, you get:

Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: reason, payroll.
 
 
StateReferenceDismissal ("You're fired!")Resignation ("I quit!")
  Alaska
Alaska Stat. § 23.05.140Pay within 3 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day that's: a) after their last day of employment, and, b) at least 3 calendar days after their resignation was given.
  Alabama
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Arkansas
Arkansas Code § 11-4-405Pay within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Arizona
Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 23-353Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 working (business) days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  California
Cal. Lab. Code §§ 201, 202, and 227.3Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's later of: a) within 3 calendar days after their last day of employment if less than 3 calendar days notice was given, or b) the last day of employment.
  Colorado
Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 8-4-109Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Connecticut
Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 31-71cPay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  District of Columbia
D.C. Code § 32-1303Pay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Delaware
Del. Code Ann. tit. 19, § 1103Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Florida
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Georgia
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Hawaii
Haw. Rev. Stat. § 388-3Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 0 calendar days of their last day of employment if one pay periods notice was given, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Iowa
Iowa Code Ann. § 91A.4.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Idaho
Idaho Code §§ 45-606, 45-617Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 10 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Illinois
820 Ill. Comp. Stat. 115/5Pay the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Indiana
Ind. Code §§ 22-2-9-2 and 22-2-5-1Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Kansas
Kan. Stat. Ann. § 44-315Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Kentucky
Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 337.055Pay whichever's later of: a) within 14 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Louisiana
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 23:631Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 15 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Massachusetts
Mass. Ann. Laws ch. 149 § 148Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Maryland
Md. Lab. & Emp. Code Ann. § 3-505Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Maine
Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 26, § 626Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Michigan
Mich. Comp. Laws §§ 408.474, 408.475Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Minnesota
Minn. Stat. §§ 181.13, 181.14Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Missouri
Mo. Ann. Stat. § 290.110Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).
  Mississippi
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Montana
Mont. Code Ann. § 39-3-205Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 15 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  North Carolina
N.C. Gen. Stat. § 95.25.7Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  North Dakota
N.D. Cent. Code § 34-14-03Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Nebraska
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 48-1230Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 14 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  New Hampshire
N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 275:44Pay within 3 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 3 calendar days of their last day of employment if one pay periods notice was given, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  New Jersey
N.J. Stat. Ann. § 34:11-4.3Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  New Mexico
N.M. Stat. Ann. §§ 50-4-4 and 50-4-5Pay within 5 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Nevada
Nev. Rev. Stat. §§ 608.020 — 608.030Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  New York
N.Y. Labor Laws § 191Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Ohio
Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 4113.15Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Oklahoma
Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 40, § 165.3Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Oregon
Or. Rev. Stat. § 652.140Pay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 5 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Pennsylvania
43 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. § 260.5Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Rhode Island
R.I. Gen. Laws § 28-14-4Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  South Carolina
S.C. Codified Laws § 41-10-50Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 2 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).
  South Dakota
S.D. Codified Laws §§ 60-11-10, 60-11-14)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Tennessee
Tenn. Code. Ann. § 50-2-103Pay whichever's later of: a) within 21 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Texas
Texas Code Ann., Labor § 61.014Pay within 6 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Utah
Utah Code Ann. § 34-28-5Pay within 1 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Virginia
Va. Code § 40.1-29Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Vermont
Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 21 § 342Pay within 3 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Washington
Wash. Rev. Code § 49.48.010Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Wisconsin
Wis. Stat. Ann. § 109.03Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 30 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  West Virginia
W. Va. Code § 21-5-4Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Wyoming
Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 27-4-104Pay within 5 working (business) days after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
Updated: 4 Apr 2019. Keywords: last, termination.
 
Answer. Go to the person's paystub.

To get the sub-total hours for each person's pay period:

  1. Setup a pay batch with your pay day cycle at Pay batches ➜ Setup.
  2. Add people to that pay batch at Pay batches ➜ People.
  3. Go to a person's Paystubs and you'll see a breakdown of their hours with sub-totals.
Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: export, time.
 
 

The five pay period types are:

  • Weekly. Every week.
  • Bi-weekly. Every two weeks.
  • Semi-monthly. Twice a month.
  • Monthly. Once a month.
  • Once only. Bridge from one schedule to another.

2:21

00:001.  Zipier's types of schedules. In Zipier you have five choices for the kind of schedule you'd like to use: weekly, bi-weekly, semi-monthly, monthly and once only.

00:142.  To get to schedules, go to a pay batch,

00:233.  then click Change,

00:264.  and choose a schedule.

00:305.  Weekly schedules allow your employees to have their pay period end on the same day of every week. You're free to choose any day of the week that you'd like their pay period to end on. Weekly is popular as it also means your employees get paid every week. This creates an easy to remember routine of pay days.

00:526.  Bi-weekly schedules means each pay period lasts exactly two weeks. Bi-weekly is popular because you also get an easy to remember routine of pay days, but with half the effort of weekly.

01:087.  Semi-monthly schedules means you have two pay periods a month, each ending on two different days of your choice. You can choose any two days you like. A popular choice is the 1st and 15th of the month. Others like to use the 15th and 30th. All of these options and more are possible with semi-monthly. On unusual months like February, which ends on the 28th, Zipier will still correctly end your pay period the way you'd expect.

01:408.  Monthly schedules create a pay period that ends on the same date of each month. You're free to choose any date in the month that you'd like as your period end date. Again, irregular month ending dates like February work just fine.

01:579.  The final option is once only schedules. These are useful if your organization is switching from one pay period type to another, for example moving from bi-weekly to semi-monthly pay periods. They're easy to setup, but not used very often. Learn more by watching the video Bridging from one schedule to another.

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