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Re. SOP For Salary Processing
#1
Greetings to all....

I need an SOP format for Salary Processing.





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Deepti Koranne
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#2
Dear Deepti,

Below are the links from the forum. In case you still have doubts please let us know.

http://hrsuccesstalk.com/forum/Thread-St...mat-Sample

http://hrsuccesstalk.com/forum/Thread-Sa...alculation

http://hrsuccesstalk.com/forum/Thread-Sa...o-download

http://hrsuccesstalk.com/forum/Thread-re...alculation

http://hrsuccesstalk.com/forum/Thread-PAYROLL

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#3
Dear Govind Sir,

Thanks for sharing all the links , these will help help me in improving my things.

Still i needed a process or a flow chart of salary processing / working process for drafting my policies and manual.I working step by step i completed my recruitment part now i am working on payroll part. Please help me in that.


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Deepti Koranne
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#4
Dear Deepti,

Please find attached the process as required by you.


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.xls   Salary Processing Process.xls (Size: 18 KB / Downloads: 141)

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#5
Good Morning To All......



Thanx Govind Sir...




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Deepti Koranne
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#6
Good Evening Sir,

Some issues i faced in this with joining of new candidates in mid of the month like 16th Jan, 24th Jan etc and Feb was of 28 days i faced issue of total working days. Their total working days was 35 days / 40 days etc when i paid their salary of Feb.

Please clear about working days of salary calculation. It should be kept total working days as 30 / 31 or working days should be change as per month 30 days / 31 days either 26 days can also be considered, because as i aware that Sunday is unpaid then what would be appropriate duration for this.

Secondly some companies deduct salary of Sunday if an employee takes leave between Saturday and Monday. Is this a correct practice. If yes then need some explanation on this.
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#7
(10-03-2014, 05:54 PM)Deepti Koranne Wrote: Good Evening Sir,

Some issues i faced in this with joining of new candidates in mid of the month like 16th Jan, 24th Jan etc and Feb was of 28 days i faced issue of total working days. Their total working days was 35 days / 40 days etc when i paid their salary of Feb.

Please clear about working days of salary calculation. It should be kept total working days as 30 / 31 or working days should be change as per month 30 days / 31 days either 26 days can also be considered, because as i aware that Sunday is unpaid then what would be appropriate duration for this.

Secondly some companies deduct salary of Sunday if an employee takes leave between Saturday and Monday. Is this a correct practice. If yes then need some explanation on this.

Dear Deepti

Attaching you my Company Attendance format with MY Boss Permission.

Kindly have a look at it. The sample sheet contains with formula. Just have a check .

My Suggestions.

Most of the Company have 30/31 Days for Salary.

Few Company follow from 1st to 30th or 31 st for attendance and few company follow from 26th to 25th.

The best way is to follow the attendance date from 26th to 25th.

Why its useful is once you close the attendance on 25th of every month and then you forward to the Accounts or Payroll Dept they can process within 1 0r 2 days. so the Employee gets the salary within the month itself.


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.xlsx   Attendance - Sheet Rough.xlsx (Size: 49.23 KB / Downloads: 53)
 
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#8
Dear Arif Sir,

Thanks for prompt reply.

Please also clear second point i.e. :

Some companies deduct salary of Sunday if an employee takes leave between Saturday and Monday. Is this a correct practice. If yes then need some explanation on this.




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Deepti Koranne
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#9
Dear Deepti

I not sure of the Second Point which you have raised. But as Per Construction/engineering Sector it happens where such contracts are made by the employer.

Employer makes a 30 day contract with the employee at this stage the employee is bound to work for full month , in case of leave taken Salary can be deducted ( Monthly Salary / No of Actual days to be worked * No of days worked)

In my Company i have few staffs accept for the 30 days Contract, Which might be against law also.

You can better frame a Leave Policy with Indian Law in Mind.

Thanks
 
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#10
Dear Deepti,

As per Factory act, if an employee takes leave on Saturday and Monday where Sunday being is weekoff should not be counted in his leaves which means his total leave should be counted as 2 and not 3.

There is a very simple logic to it. Every employee is entitled for weekoff after 48 hours of working a week. If employee has worked in that week and is on approved and eligible leave then how can company take away his week off right.

You can refer to my following blog post on Leave where this question was addressed. Refer FAQ number 6 in following blog post.

http://hrsuccesstalk.blogspot.in/2013/05...ys-in.html

At the same time, please note most of company do count such sunday as leave.

Dear Arif,

Please extend our sincere thanks to your Boss for allowing you to share the format with other HR fellows and contributing in directly in this forum.

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