Annual leave is like a McDonald's cheeseburger. It never goes off. It rolls over from year to year, building up if it’s not taken. It can’t be capped. You can’t take away somebody's leave, even if they've accumulated heaps or if it’s been held a long time.
We talked to Kim Rippin, Founder of Cinch Human Resources and a very resourceful human. Kim has been helping small businesses manage their people for 15 years, and knows her industry inside out. Here's what she had to say...
The new leave is for "people affected by" domestic violence, which covers anybody who experiences violence directly, or takes care of a child who experiences violence (a child is a person under 17). Affected employees are entitled to take up to 10 days paid leave each year.
You might have somebody on your payroll who lives to work, or just feels like they get enough free time over the weekends. They're pretty keen to turn their unwanted leave into cold hard cash. But of course, there are rules.
As an employer, a longer pay period keeps your life simple, but so does happy staff. If you’re losing one to gain the other, you need to decide which is more valuable. Or take our advice, and you just might get both.
SmartPayroll is one of the best payroll software options available in New Zealand. Like PaySauce, SmartPayroll offers data capture tools, full calculation and PAYE intermediary services, and a cost-effective pricing structure.
IMS Payroll has been a robust and detailed payroll calculator for a long time. It’s well suited to medium and large New Zealand businesses. IMS has a deep and broad reporting suite, and we haven’t come across too many business scenarios that it won’t look after.
Hi guys! Logan here from PaySauce. We thought it might be useful to share some of the lessons we’ve taken from the 500 agri customers we now look after around New Zealand and how PaySauce addresses common issues. Our main goal is to help agri business owners save time and stay compliant. Let’s get into it.