How to create an employee in Celery

How to create an employee in Celery

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You can create an employee by selecting the
employee tab in the menu bar. Click: add On this screen, you have to select an employee
category. Each category has its own explanation, which
you can read in the blue area. In this example, we choose a standard employee. In the next screen you have to fill out some
employee data; personal info and contact details. Here at the right side, you can create the
employee account where the employee will receive their payslips. Just fill in their email address and select
enable to send out an invitation. On this screen enter the employment details;
position, date of entry, department, etc. Click: next Fill in partner information and add children. Click: next On this screen, we will set tax and premium
settings. The default settings are the standard premiums
as given by law. Under the AOV button, you can, switch it off
or deport it fully to the employer or a percentage of it Also, on this screen, you have to decide to
switch on or off the ZV premium. On the right side, you’ll find the tax items;
single earner allowance, basic discount, child allowance, elderly allowance. You will find an explanation for each tax
item. Click: next Now you can enter the salary data. You have to select a payment schedule and
fill in the gross salary. You can fill in an amount per hour or per
month. Select how many working days the employee
works. This is important for the SVB wage per day. Fill in the hours and days. If you activate vacation allowance you can
make a reservation for the vacation allowance. Set the percentage and select the month it
needs to be paid, for example June. When you use this option, Celery will automatically
calculate the correct vacation allowance and puts it on the payslip of June. Select how you’ll pay the taxes and premiums;
per month or at pay-out. If you select at pay-out, you get 2 more options
to fill out. These same settings can also be done for the
13th month. With this button we set the pension premium. Select whether it is a percentage or a fixed
amount. Enter whether the vacation allowance has to
be included in the pension basic salary. This can only be checked if holiday allowance
is activated. And choose if you want to apply the AOV exemption. Here at the right you can set up the vacation
settings. Choose whether to keep the holiday in days
or in hours, enter the number of holidays and the possible opening balance. And indicate how you want to add up days:
periodically or once a year. At the very bottom you can add other fixed
wage codes and taxed fringe benefits. By default, Celery contains more than 100
wage codes. You can select the ones you want to use and
link them to employee. The final part you need to fill out are the
payment details. How does the salary needs to be paid; cash,
by check or via a certain bank. Enter the bank account number here and select
what type of account it is. Indicate here whether the payment should be
included in the payment file and whether the payment should be rounded to whole guilders. You can add another bank account. For example, a fixed amount should be paid
to this bank account each month. For example, 100,- guilders to an MCB Account. Click on save and the bank is added to the
payment list. Click save to finalize the employee set up. On the next screen you’ll see a notification
that an account invitation is send to the employee. At “User account status” you can check if the
employee already registered his or her account.

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