Wage calculation and management: Based on inputs like hours worked and wage or salary tiers, your payroll processing software generates accurate paychecks for your employees.
Tax filing: Stay compliant by automating your payroll tax filing and adhering to wage limits according to state and local regulations.
Tax documentation: Automate the creation of W-2s, which employees can access on-demand through the employee portal, to save time ahead of tax season.
Deposit methods: A payroll processing system should support several deposit methods, like direct deposit into a bank account and physical checks.
Employee portal: An employee-facing side of the system where team members can add or edit their contact details, modify deposit methods, and download pay stubs and tax documents.
Reporting: Review reports within the payroll system or export it to an Excel file to gain a better understanding of your payroll costs and trends.
Integrations: Get the most out of your payroll processing software by connecting it to other hotel software, such as your human resources management system or point-of-sale system.