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PayCheck Plus

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 1:29pm Monday 05 September 2011    Print Article

The Fair Work Ombudsman has released an online web application which helps you automatically calculate pay and penalty rate entitlements under modern awards.

PayCheck Plus enables you to calculate base pay rates, allowances, overtime, and penalty rates of pay per hour. You can also calculate pay rates for entire shifts worked over a seven day period. You can print, export or save your selections.

There are two different sections of PayCheck Plus - "check my pay" and "check my payroll"

Check my pay

The ‘Check my pay’ option in the tool has been designed for you to search by job title. It calculates rates of pay for an individual classification. ‘Check my pay’ is the default screen when you open the tool. You do not have to know your exact award, but you will be asked a series of questions about the job you are enquiring about.

Check my payroll

The ‘Check my payroll’ option in the tool is more advanced and has been designed to provide you with the ability to match and calculate pay rates for multiple employees. This option can be accessed by selecting it in the tab at the top of the tool. You will be asked for your modern award or industry as well as some other information about yourself.

Try the site out for yourself




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Article Tags: paycheck payroll online recruitment pay rates modern awards fair work ombudsman job titles wage rates salary rates

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 Masood (9:03pm Thursday 06 October 2011)

Good software for employees.... Can it be upgraded or customize?


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