Generating the payroll is one of the most important moments in the HR routine! With Day.io it's an activity that can be done smartly and without stress.

When creating a Payroll Layout, you can choose the Events you want to include in the report. In this article, we will explain each of the Events available on our platform.

Payroll Events

Negative cumulative Hours Bank

The total negative Hours Bank is accumulated up to the end date selected to generate the payroll layout. For example, if the employee's Hours Bank lasts for 6 months and 3 months have already passed, it will be the total negative accumulated of those 3 months of Hours Bank.

Positive cumulative hours bank

It is the accumulated positive Bank Hours total up to the end date selected to generate the payroll layout.

Total accumulated bank

It is the total of the Bank of Hours accumulated until the end date selected to generate the payroll layout.

Absences (days)

It is the employee's total absences, in days, during the entire period selected to generate and export the layout.

Holidays Worked (days)

It is the total number of Holidays that the employee worked, in days, throughout the selected period to generate and export the layout.

Holidays Worked (hours)

It is the total number of Holidays that the employee worked, in hours, throughout the selected period to generate and export the layout.

Paid Overtime

It is the total of Paid Overtime that the employee performed within the selected period to generate the payroll layout. That is, the paid overtime hours which the employee worked beyond what was planned for his schedule.

Night shift (hours)

It is the total hours worked in Night Shift. In some companies, the Night Shift period starts at 10 pm and ends at 5 am, for example. At night, the employee receives an extra percentage of compensation, according to the CLT law.

Night Shift (reduced hours)

It is the total hours worked in Night Shift, with reduced calculation, with each hour equivalent to 52m30s.

Negative work-break

It is the total work-break hours not completed. According to the CLT labor laws, every employee registered in the work card is entitled to at least 11 hours of rest between one schedule and another. This rest is called work-break. If the employee has a work-break of less than 11 hours, this event will show the total number of negative hours.

Night Shift X%

It is the total number of hours worked in Night Shift, according to the different compensation phases that exist in the company's Business Rules Group settings. For example: Night Shift with additional 20% compensation.

Negative Hours Bank (period)

It is the negative total of bank hours that occurred only within the period selected to generate the layout. For example, if the employee's Hours Bank has a total validity of 6 months and you selected only 3 months, then it will be the total negative hours within 3 months.

Positive Hours Bank (period)

It is the positive total of Bank Hours that occurred only within the period selected to generate the layout.

Negative Hours after compensation

It is the total of negative hours that occurred within the selected period, but after calculating the Hours Bank compensation and authorized Absence Requests.

On call (hours)

Is the total on-call hours added within the selected period to generate the layout. According to the CLT labor laws: "It is considered on call the employee who, at a distance, is subject to employer control by telematics or computerized instruments, remains on duty or equivalent, awaiting at any time the call for service during the rest period”. In other words, the employee is called by the company to work outside their working hours, and he must be available if necessary.

On-call activation (hours)

It is the total number of hours that the employee actually worked after being on call. For example, the employee was warned that he might need to work for 3 hours this weekend, but he actually worked for only 1 hour. So your activation is 1h.

Negative Hours

This is when the total hours worked are subtracted from the total hours planned, if there is a negative balance. For example, the employee had 40 hours planned and worked for only 30 hours. So he has 10 negative hours.

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