Salary Slip from Timesheet
If salary / wages for your employees are calculated based on number of hours worked, you can use Timesheet to track actual hours worked, and for creating Salary Slip.
Employee creates Timesheet
To track actual hours employee has worked for, create Timesheet for each Employee. We suggest you to create Timesheet based on a payment period. For example, if you paying employee on a weekly bases, create one Timesheet for an Employee for one week. However, you can create multiple Timesheets, and create one Salary Slip for the multiple Timesheets.
Salary Structure for the Employee
In the Salary Structure of the Employee, check field "Salary Slip Based on Timesheet". On checking this field, you see fields Salary Component and Hour Rate. Amount for that Salary Component (say Basic) will be calculated based on:
- Employee created Timesheet for the overtime.
- In the Salary Structure of an Employee, set Overtime as a Salary Component to be calculated based on hourly bases.
- When creating Salary Structure for an Employee, pull Timesheet when overtime details are tracked.