Each company has a policy regarding time limits for attendance and payroll in each period. Therefore, before doing payroll you need to make arrangements for employee payroll. Previously, you could first import Employee Attendance, here.
Here are the steps:
- On the Dashboard menu, select the Profile menu at the top right.
- Then click "Company Settings".
- Select the Payrolls menu.
- Click the "Cut Off" tab.
- If you check "Default", then cut-off attendance and cut-off payroll will be locked (gray).
- If you import employees using Excel, you are asked to fill in the Default Employee Tax Setting section. There are 3 options: Default, Gross, Gross Up, and Netto.
If you select Default it will automatically follow the settings on the cut-off menu.
- When importing employees using Excel, you cannot specify taxable settings for employee salaries such as taxable or non-taxable, so they will automatically follow the settings in this menu.
- Choose the JHT setting that will affect the employee JHT provisions (2%) when inputted, either from import Excel or manual input. If the JHT configuration field (by company, by the employee, not paid, default) is selected default, it will follow the settings in this menu.
- Choose BPJS Health settings that will affect employee Health BPJS provisions (1%) when inputted, either using import Excel or manual input. If the BPJS configuration field (by company, by employee, default) is selected default, it will follow the provisions of this menu.
- Choose the Pension Guarantee settings that will affect the employee Pension Benefit provisions (1%) when inputted, either from import Excel or one by one. When the JHT configuration field (by company, by the employee, not paid, default) is selected default, it will follow the settings from this menu.
The upper limit for the effective pension guarantee as of March 2020 is IDR 8,939,700.
- Select Tax Employee Transfer Setting , which functions so that users can differentiate tax treatment between branches (branch transfers) and subsidiaries (company transfers) through Cut Off & Tax Setting on Talenta.
- Based on NPWP category (branch/company): Select this, in the event of an employee mutation, PPh 21 will be calculated based on the NPWP number between Branches/Subsidiaries.
- All inter-branch transfers: Select this, if there is an employee transfer, PPh 21 will be counted as a branch transfer regardless of the NPWP number between branches/subsidiaries (default setting in Talenta).
- All-inter company transfer: Select this option, if there is an employee transfer, PPh 21 will be calculated as a company transfer regardless of the NPWP number between branches/subsidiaries (will not be annualized in the last working month of the old branch).
- Fill in the absence date limit in the "Attendance" section as a component calculation that is daily (daily). For example, overtime, late deductions, and lunch allowance.
- Fill in the payroll date limit in the "Payroll" section as a prorate calculation of salaries and components that are monthly in nature. For example: Basic salary.
- If you tick "Attendance Pay Last Month" then the component calculations that are daily (daily) will refer to the previous month's attendance data.
Example Case Attendance Pay Last Month
PT Digital Talenta sets a cut-off attendance period of 21-20 per month and a payroll cut-off of 1-31 per month. Employee A receives the following payroll components:
Basic salary of Rp. 5,000,000
Overtime for July is Rp. 100,000
Overtime for August is Rp. 120,000
If "Attendance Pay Last Month" is activated, employee income in August is Rp. 5,100,000 obtained from a total base salary of 5,000,000 plus the July overtime calculation of IDR 100,000. “Attendance Pay Last Month”
Feature activated because there is a possibility that payroll will be transferred on the 28th, so if it is not activated, the daily allowances for August 29-31 will not be paid on the 28th. This is because daily allowances will only be paid if the employee attendance code is "H" (there is a data check-in and/or data check-out).
- Click "Save".
This is an explanation of how to manage cut-off settings and tax settings. Furthermore, you can set a payroll schedule, here.