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Steps to Customise Payslips Displays
Steps to Customise Payslips Displays

Show or removing items in payslips. Keying custom Payslip remarks,

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Written by Nicholas
Updated over a week ago

Payslips generated in Talenox are in a fixed template that is in accordance with itemised payslip guidelines.

However, we do allow flexibility to customise certain fields in payslips to your employees in Talenox. This includes:

  1. Customising payslip display fields for employee viewing

  2. Keying in custom payslip remarks for each employee

Selecting Payslip Display Fields

There are some specific fields in payslips that can be shown/hidden by adjusting the settings under Account & Preferences > Organisation > Payroll > Payslip View > Payslip Settings section:

  • Leave balance

  • Employee address

  • Employee NRIC

  • Employee company ID

  • Employee YTD amount

  • SDL on payslip

  • Employee Job title and department

  • Employee payment method

  • Branch

  • Payslip period

  • Sorting of Downloaded Payslips

  • Customize Footer Message

You can choose to toggle on / toggle off any of these options available depending on your company's preferences for what you'd prefer your employees to be able to view. πŸ‘

NOTE: If you have already processed payroll and generated payslips before editing the above settings, you will need to re-process payroll to generate a new set of payslips with the updated changes.

Keying in Custom Payslip Remarks

There is the option to be able to customise payslip remarks for each individual employee in Talenox.

To key in these custom remarks, you'll have to head to Payroll > Payroll settings > Payslips > View to view an employee's individual payslip:

Thereafter, in an employee's individual payslip, head to Remarks and click on the "Add" option to key in the customised remarks for this employees payslip in the relevant payroll month:

Any remarks keyed in and saved will automatically appear in all published versions (online and pdf. format) in the employee's payslip. πŸ˜„

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