We all know that the bulk of processing payroll comes with tracking of timesheets, as well as the numerous calculations that stem from the deduction of allowances, collation of net pay, bonuses, and so on. But how easy is it to maintain accuracy in keeping up with so many figures? That’s why we, at Ropay, have carefully crafted for you, the Ropay Reverse Salary feature, which will help perform all the necessary breakdown and calculations of salaries, no matter the number of employees you have. All you need to do is input the net salary amount!
Ropay Reverse is a feature on the app that helps calculate the breakdown of your employees’ salaries in an easy-to-use manner. It’s like having a personal assistant on your side to take care of the calculations for you. All you need to do is input the net salary for each employee, and the net salary is automatically broken down into decimals. You can use it to calculate your employee’s monthly pay, weekly pay, overtime pay, or annual leave entitlements. In addition to calculating an employee’s pay, Ropay Reverse also provides a breakdown of all deductions from their paycheck including social security, health insurance, and retirement contributions (pensions). This information is available in real-time so you can see exactly how much each of these deductions costs.
Each employee’s pay is calculated according to their job role, tax amount, and pension amounts. These figures differ according to each employee. Therefore, doing this manually could be really stressful, especially when you have many employees. However, with the Ropay Reverse Feature, this will be a lot easier for you.
The app also has a feature that allows you to import data from your payroll system. This way, you can have a backup of all of your employee information in case anything happens to your phone or PC. You can back up the data by exporting it as an excel file or pdf document, which is helpful if you ever need to refer to it later on.
Have you tried out the Ropay Reverse Feature yet? What was your experience?