Sage HRMS Payroll helps payroll professionals effectively manage earnings, deductions, taxes, and other employee data involved in processing payroll. The flexible platform simplifies payroll processing, unlimited earnings and deduction codes. It lets you recreate multiple pay schedules and provides comprehensive reporting.
Customize this payroll system, built on the scalable and flexible SQL database, to meet the needs of organizations in a variety of industries such as manufacturing, services, retail, wholesale, financial, transportation, high-tech, government, education, construction, and agriculture.
Unlimited trial payrolls
On-demand and retroactive check processing
Unlimited direct deposits
Complete audit trails
Data integrity protection
On-screen data review
Comprehensive management reports
Variable Pay Plans
Support variable pay plans with Sage HRMS Payroll including sales commission and piece-rate plans, and a variety of pay frequencies to meet the specific needs of government agencies, educational institutions, and other types of organizations.
Use with Sage HRMS Payroll or import using payroll data in CSV format.
Spend Less on Outsourcing and Control Your Payroll In-House
Whether you've been using Sage HRMS and Payroll for years or are just getting started, sometimes a few tips can help you save time and frustration. This blog offers 6 tips from our consultants that you may find helpful. Read about restoring the top menu bar navigation method, a quick way to import transaction history, and more.
If you use Sage HRMS Payroll and HR Actions, you'll want to read about the new "Prenote Status" field included in the Sage 2016 Q2 update and learn how it is supported in HR Actions v 10.6.8. You'll need to complete one of two actions.
Managing employee wage garnishments is a complicated process involving forms and calculations that vary depending on state, type of garnishment, and federal regulations. Staying compliant with these laws is complex and can present a challenge to employers when they receive a request.
Deciding whether to outsource your organization's payroll or keep it in-house requires careful deliberation. Read about factors to consider and, if in-house is your choice, questions to help you vet prospective software providers. Enhancements, such as EmpowerTax™ can extend your software's functionality.