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Locking a Pay Period after shifts entered into Payroll

Staffhub isn't connected to an actual payroll system, so the information provided in Staffhub gets transferred into the payroll software/system used by each company. However, there's no current way at the moment for administrators to show that they have transferred data across. I have a situation where I have local managers changing Staffhub AFTER a payroll period has ended and the data has already been entered into the payroll system. This results in people getting paid incorrectly as shifts are missed. Due to the vast number of people that I roster it is not feasible for me to be notified everytime a shift changes (also as an administrator I don't the need app on my phone or constant notifications). It would be great if there was a box saying "entered or completed" that we can tick - and then it will lock the pay period meaning that shifts can then not be entered or amended without the administrator being notified.

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  • James commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would appreciate this even just for the practicality of easily visually identifying weeks that are in the past. The current payroll system I'm using greys them out and locks editing.

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