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Creating Employee Pay Statements

eNETEmployer allows you to create pay statements for each of your employees. Also known as pay stubs, the employee pay statement provides details for an employee on their earnings and deductions for each pay period. Pay statements must conform to each province's legislation with respect to the information that is included on the pay statement.

eNETEmployer allows you to customize the information that appears on the pay statement - this can help to ensure that you pay employees accurately, on time and in compliance with legislative requirements.

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To Access the Reports Screen:

  1. Open the program and then navigate to the Payroll module by clicking on the Payroll tab at the top left of then screen (or if you are on the eNETEmployer Dashboard, click on the Payroll icon).
  2. When the Payroll module appears, select the Payroll Processing menu to view the available options.
    Fig. 01: The Payroll Processing menu command provides access to the Reports screen.
    Fig. 01: The Payroll Processing menu command provides access to the Reports screen.
  3. Choose the Reports option from the menu. This opens the Reports screen where you can work with all aspects of program reporting including viewing, printing, and exporting.
  4. Reports Help Screen...

    If you have never created a report, the screen will not contain any report rows (as opposed to Fig. 02 below that shows 4 existing report rows already in place).



To Create Employee Pay Statements:

  1. Click on the downward arrow that appears to the right of the New button. This displays a menu with a number of common report types that are available for use with your payrolls.
    Fig. 02: Numerous reports can be generated for current and historical payrolls.
    Fig. 02: Numerous reports can be generated for current and historical payrolls.
  2. Choose the Pay Statements option from the drop down list, and then choose the New button. This action inserts a new report row into the table with its cells ready for editing.
    Fig. 03: The Pay Statements report row, ready for editing.
    Fig. 03: The Pay Statements report row, ready for editing.
  3. Scrolling through the available options for the Pay Statements report, you are allowed to modify such details as:
    • Email Statements - check this box to send an email copy to all employee that have a valid email address defined.
    • SIN, Birth Date - check this box to include these details on the employee's pay statement.
    • Background- check this box to include a background with outlines and borders (useful if you are not using custom-background statements in your printer).
    • Employee - use this option to specify the employees that should be included when the report is created.

    For this tutorial, we will include a pre-formatted background on the report in order to facilitate easier viewing of the statement details.

  4. Place a check in the Background cell, and then Save the report row. This change will now be stored for the next time that we create this report.
    Fig. 04: Including the background on your pay statements report.
    Fig. 04: Including the background on your pay statements report.
  5. To create the Pay Statements report, choose the Generate Report button. Depending on your browser settings, the resulting PDF report will either be stored in your Downloads folder or you may be presented with a dialog box that will prompt you where to save the file. In some browsers, the PDF report is made available as a PDF button that appears at the bottom of your browser window (see below).
    Fig. 05: The employee Pay Statements are presented in PDF format.
    Fig. 05: The employee Pay Statements are presented in PDF format.
  6. Choose the preferred viewing option in your browser to open the PDF report. The report shows each employee's current pay information along with their year-to-date, Federal Tax, CPP, and EI amounts. As you scroll through the PDF document, you will see that each employee has been paid accordingly - both Salary and Hourly types.
    Fig. 06: The employee Pay Statements are presented in PDF format.
    Fig. 06: The employee pay statements are saved in the PDF format.
  7. Interim Watermark - If you have not yet closed your payroll, the word "Interim" will appear as a watermark in the background of your report. This watermark will be removed once you close the payroll and regenerate the report.


  8. Use your browser's Print option to generate paper copies for distribution for your employees if desired.
  9. When you have finished reviewing your pay statements, close the report and return to eNETEmployer.

    This completes the tutorial on how to create employee pay statements. If you wish to learn how to send your pay statements to each employee via email, view the Emailing Employee Pay Statements tutorial.



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