UCLO payroll software calculates and accounts all the payroll additions types available to your employees. Typically, an employee is paid a salary (a set amount each pay period) or an hourly (a set amount per hour) wage. Some employees may earn a commission. Other examples of a payroll additions include Overtime Pay, Bonuses, Vacation Pay, Tips, and Car Allowance.
Deductions to be withheld from the employee’s payroll check by the employer are precisely documented in our payroll software helping the management to keep in track of all deduction records. Among these deductions are Loan, Advance from salary, insurance, pension contributions, wage assignments, child support payments, taxes, union, uniform dues, etc., are calculated.
Claim settlement process begins after employee submit a claim for approval. Claim approval rules determine the approval flow, and the submitted claim is routed to the designated approvers. Claims can be either approved or rejected depending upon the management or employer. The claim status changes along with the approval flow. Claim statuses enable employee to know the exact status of the claim at any point of time.
U-CLO can automate your organization’s payroll email. This feature alert the employees about their salary pay and details about the payroll additions and deductions if any made. Payroll department can save time and work efficiently by emailing the pay slip directly to the employee and improving transparency within the organization.
U-CLO users can record any of the absence type (annual leave, sick leave, maternity/paternity leave, unpaid time off, sabbatical, administrative leave, etc.) By default it is set up according to your organization structure, meaning leave request goes to immediate or all supervisors for approval first, before ending up in HR department. Leave requests can be created directly from the employee on the leave portal and the HR department can approve or deny them which will be notified to the employee respectively.