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Farm casual employees#54

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For the farmer next door (casual worker) who works for me one day a week and three days at shearing and cruthing time. I need to take out about 20% tax.
With casual, your internal tax calculations and days in a month calulations are always wrong, because this casual worker is working for someone else when he’s not working for me. (eg. a shearer) Thankyou. Mark Phillips

5 years ago
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yes please. Shearers get paid by the number of sheep shorn and it varies. They also want their tax rate taken out at a certain rate

5 years ago
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Have you marked the employee as not receiving the tax free threshold?

4 years ago
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per head rate for shearers would be an option instead of hourly rate

4 years ago
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Yes please! This is a big problem I have also found with shearer’s who are paid at a rate/unit, not hourly.

4 years ago
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J

My fruitpickers are paid a per unit rate and some also work for others at the same time. This is a problem for me as well.

4 years ago
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Our employee gets paid the same amount each fortnight not hourly. His hours vary depending how busy we are.

4 years ago
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Agree with above. A per head rate instead of per hour rate for shearers is essential

4 years ago
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Hi there, the team is currently in discussion about this feature request. A work around for the employees being paid per head rate is to consider hrs as units. So when inputting the figures in the employee section think of hrs as a unit and the $ as cost of each unit. Also consider puting the average of number of units per week in the weekly work hours tab, these can be changed when a payrun is run if it is different each week. On the payslips themselves the heading for hrs is written as units.

We are currently working on being able to modify and set a different tax rate for our contractors and farm shearers.

If you have any other feature requests please let us know :)

3 years ago
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This could be solved with a feature on the mobile app for employees to check in and out of a job and have a unit of measure and rate attached. For example: Each employee logs into work and out when the shift ends. The unit of measure is set for an employee to be time or “Other”; where Other can be any unit of measure - sheep sheared, loads delivered or whatever needs to be calculated. These are automatically logged or manually inputted in Payroller’s mobile app for verification and inclusion in a pay run. Thanks, Andre. app.licious Group Pty Ltd

3 years ago
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I need someone to pay all the employees theres 100 billion that goes into wages every week. But the Commonwealth bank wasn’t interested in keeping the credit system…so now I got you paying everyone’s wages. When a company goes on strike for more wages….just pay it….or well lose a lot more lives.

a year ago