Implementation and Development of a Proposed Payroll System

Gurlal Singh


Payroll software can be used to speed up the process of calculating pay, ensuring that payments are both accurate and on time. They save you the burden of learning and understanding complex Payroll legislation. Trouble free Payroll processing is a critical need of any business. Payroll software completes Payroll calculations within a fraction of the time it would take to do them manually, whilst you’re Payroll staff might not like it, it makes perfect sense if you are trying to run a business. Another huge advantage of running Payroll software over a manual process is in the reporting, most systems allow, weekly, month and annually required reports to be run at the press of a button. Instead of shuffling through endless files let the software do the work. It possible with a lot of Payroll software to integrate with your time sheet systems that record employee attendance or time worked. It a simple way for information about employee hours worked to be transferred into the Payroll System removing yet another layer of manual processing.


Visual Basic 6.0 Programming, Database, Visual Basic Programming Control i.e. ADO and Reporting tool Crystal Report

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