HR Payroll Period
Adds the concept of period in the human resources management.
The objective of the module is to create periods of time to be used in the human resources management flows such as specific payroll period of time or timesheet periods.
Regarding to payrolls, it adds the date of payment on the payslip and payslip batch. This date is automatically filled when selecting a period. It also adds a sequence on the payslip batch name and the company on the payslip batch.
Table of contents
Install the payroll of your localization, then install this module.
Go to: Human Resources -> Configuration -> Payroll -> Payroll Fiscal Year
- Select a type of schedule, e.g. monthly
- Select a duration, e.g. from 2015-01-01 to 2015-12-31
- Select when the payment is done, e.g. the second day of the next period
- Click on create periods, then confirm
The first period of the year is now open and ready to be used.
Some companies have employees paid at different types of schedule. In that case, you need to create as many fiscal years as types of schedule required. The same applies in a multi-company configuration.
Go to: Human Resources -> Payroll -> Payslip Batches
The first period of the fiscal year is already selected. You may change it if you manage multiple types of schedules.
- Click on Generate Payslips
The employees paid with the selected schedule are automatically selected.
- Click on Generate
- Confirm your payslips
- Click on Close
The payroll period is closed automatically and the next one is open.
- Currently it is not possible to close the HR fiscal year before the end of the end of the last period. When implementing this feature, contracts and opened payslips should be updated with the new period assigned.
- It is not possible to use the date_range module in server tools to generate semi-monthly periods so those periods are generated as in previous versions.
- The date_range module does not allow to create a period for just one day.
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
OCA, or the Odoo Community Association, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the collaborative development of Odoo features and promote its widespread use.
This module is part of the OCA/hr project on GitHub.
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