Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage

I’m sure you will all agree when I say that one should never underestimate the power of being organised. Especially when it comes to your company’s Payroll and HR. Enter Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage.  The ability to create more time whilst sustaining a constant state of order is a superpower we all long for in the workplace. If mastered and maintained, it tends to carry over into other areas of our lives.

Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage CloudThe new Sage Pastel Payroll  HR Advantage package caters for exactly that and then some. Its array of new features and functions empowers the user to uphold a refreshing standard of organisation. It also saves loads of processing time whilst effortlessly keeping your legislative ducks in a row.

You’re missing out if you haven’t witnessed the benefits that this new package has to offer. It’s the same Pastel Payroll we all know so well. Only now with the addition of 7 powerful user friendly modules designed to make Payroll & HR processing that much more efficient and compliant.

Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage Modules include:

Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage Self Service

Self Service

A cloud based portal giving your employees the ability to access their secure online profile. They can submit travel claims, manage leave, make changes to personal details.They can reprint payslips. The administrator can customize approval workflows to suit the company’s requirements which will then be synchronised to the desktop. All this will reducing the processing load considerably.


A module is suitable for any size and type of business. This easy-to-use desktop HR System is the perfect administration tool for human resource managers. It boasts uncomplicated functions such as company asset allocations, performance review processing, and the recording of employee training and education just to name a few. Disciplinary’s are also made easy as the system keeps track of all disciplinary actions enabling the administrator to remain CCMA compliant.

Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage Salary Salary Structuring

If you’ve ever had the frustrating and time consuming task of playing around with an employee’s basic salary only to reach a desired net, then you’ll love Salary Structuring. Its Ideal for those complicated salary setups as well as dummy payslips. You can calculate a net to gross or total cost to company remuneration package with ease.

Multiple Transaction Manager

A global update tool which enables you to process multiple employees at once. All done on one screen without having to hop from payslip to payslip. You can apply salary increases and process leave across the board at the click of a button.

Sage Pastel Payroll HR Advantage EfficientThird Party Transfers

Eliminate the possibility of human error when paying over employee and employer contributions to third parties such as medical aid and garnishee orders. This module allows the user to generate a problem free CSV file which is then imported into the company’s online banking,

Bulk Terminations & Reinstatement’s

A module which makes it easy to dismiss or re-employ multiple employees at once. It is especially useful if you employ seasonal or project-based employees. 

Consolidated Reports

You now have the option to consolidate the EMP201, EMP501 and Irp5 electronic certificates from multiple companies. It alleviates the tedious task of combining figures when submitting your SARS returns.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4

The all new Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 is here and available for download to all clients. With the new update comes important new features to improve your everyday processing experience. Below are just a few of the changes you as Pastel Payroll User can expect from this exciting new update:

  1. Brand new icons. For an all new fresh look and feel, same functionality.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 New Icons Left         Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 New Icons Right

  1. Reset Password Functionality

    Forgot your password? Or simply feel like resetting your existing password? No Problem! This brand new feature allows users the opportunity to reset their existing passwords by requesting a Reset PIN.

How Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 works :

  • First of all, ensure that there is a valid email address entered for all users on the Sage Pastel Payroll System. To check this, the Administrator User needs to open the specific company. Go to Setup, Users/Passwords and then select Users/Passwords. If a user does not have a email address entered, they will not be able to use the Reset Password function and as a result will not be able to recover or reset their forgotten password.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Users/Passwords

  • Enter a valid email addresses as shown above. The user can then open the company and then click on the “Forgot Password” option as seen below :

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Forgot Password

  • Enter the Username and click on OK. The Reset Password option will now be available as shown below. If no email address has been set up for the specific user the option will be greyed out.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Reset Password

  • A screen will now pop up advising the user that as Reset PIN was sent to the email address that was selected for the user (as shown below). It will request the user to enter a Reset PIN, which can be found on the automatic email that would have been sent to the user.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Reset Password/Pin

  • The email the user will receive will look the same as the image below. Finally, the user just needs to enter the Reset PIN provided on the email on the above Reset Password screen. Once done and entered correctly, they will be able to select and confirm a new password.

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Reset Email

3. Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Enhanced Backup Functionality.

We all know how crucial it is to make backups of all Payroll Companies. Whether you have Weekly, Fortnightly or Monthly Processing. While it is important as making the actual backup, is to keep it as organized as possible should you need to restore.

We come across many clients on a day to day basis with more than enough backups, but it tends to be processed all over the place. Therefore finding the correct backup and restoring it ended up being a time consuming issue rather than a very quick and easy process.

So with the new backup enhancements in place, Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 has now added the following at the additional information at the end of each backup :

3.1. The date on which the backup was processed

3.2. The Time the backup was made

3.3. The CURRENT Pay Period End Date in which the company is

3.4. The Update on which the backup was made e.g. Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 (20174)

Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4 Backup

In conclusion, these are just a few of the new features one is to expect from the latest update, Sage Pastel Payroll 2017 Update 4. With each available update released, the end goal is to improve the software itself while also improving the user experience and making it as appealing and easy as possible.

If you feel comfortable applying the update on your own, feel free to do so, but PLEASE make sure that you have a working backup prior to running it. Furthermore, making sure you know where it has been made.

If you would like us to rather assist with the update, either contact our office on 021 447 9565 or email us on and we will gladly assist.

More Features to follow soon!




SARS E@syfile Download

For your convenience and courtesy of SARS we have the latest SARS E@syfile download available from the links below.  The SARS compliance environment is ever changing.  You have no choice but to stay current by applying the latest knowledge and most of all by ensuring that you have the latest software.

We audit and consult in Payroll and SARS Compliance instances.  For assistance with the SARS E@syfile Download Log a support request and we’ll contact you: Click Here


SARS E@syfile Download

Courtesy of SARS we have the latest SARS E@syfile download available here:

Download from our site:  Click HERE

If you have any problems with the above link then access the latest version of the SARS E@syfile Download directly from the SARS Website.

Go directly to the SARS E@syfile Download:  Click HERE

E@syFile™ Employer can be downloaded onto your desktop and all work can be done offline. You only go online when you are ready to submit returns or reconciliations and tax certificates to SARS or manage agent appointments (AA88) via eFiling.  Alternatively use the software to prepare a disc and submit your reconciliation declaration manually to a SARS branch. Include manual signed copies of the EMP501 and, where applicable, an EMP601 and EMP701.

Take note that you must backup your current PAYE information on your PC prior to installing this version as the installation may delete your current information.   Furthermore, any beta test version downloaded must be uninstalled prior to installing this version of e@syFile™ Employer.

Included are step-by-step guides to help you complete your PAYE reconciliation declaration (EMP501) and Monthly Employer Declaration (EMP201), as well as manage Agent Appointments (AA88) and get to grips with e@syFile™ Employer.

Remember, for time-saving and hassle-free submissions electronic filing is just a click away.

e@syFile™ Employer allows employers and/or payroll administrators  to :

  • Complete, submit and revise (if necessary) the Monthly Employer Declaration (EMP201)
  • Complete, submit and revise the Employer Reconciliation Declaration (EMP501)
    • The importing of tax certificates and the capturing the EMP501 can be done offline. You only go online when you are ready to submit to SARS.
  • Manage the Employer Account
  • Manage Third Party Appointments (AA88s)
  • Register employees using the Income Tax Registration (ITREG) function.

Top Tip: The latest Release Notes tells you about the changes which have been made in the software.

What’s new in E@syFile™ Employer?

Sage Income Verification 2017

New and exciting ways to simplify your life through innovation from Sage brought to you by End 2 End Business Solutions.  Sage Income Verification enables organizations to provide their employees’ payslip information to registered Financial Services Providers (FSP).

For assistance with Sage Income Verification Log a support request and we’ll contact you: Click Here

Powered by Sage HR & Payroll, and endorsed by the Banking Association of South Africa, our valued customers now have the opportunity to participate in the Sage Income Verification program.

What is Income Verification?

Sage Income Verification enables organizations to provide their employees’ payslip information to registered Financial Services Providers (FSP), through a secure platform managed by Sage HR & Payroll. Participating FSP’s can then access the necessary payslips once the individual provides consent to the FSP during a financial application.

  • Convenient and streamlined financial applications
  • Supports responsible lending
  • Secure platform reduces payslip fraud.
  • Strengthens obligations set out by the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI)

How does Sage Income Verification work?

Historically, when applying for finance through a Financial Service Provider (FSP), ‘John Brown’ would have been required to provide 3 months worth of payslips as well as the other legally required documentation. (FICA, Bank Statements and ID etc.)

Going forward, if John’s employer is participating in the Income Verification program, then John simply has to give the FSP consent to request the necessary payslips electronically.

Benefits to employer and employee:

Sage Income Verification presents a range of benefits to both the company and the individual, including the following:

  • There are no additional costs to the employer or employee.
  • Reduced phone calls from creditors to businesses for verification of employee income.
  • Reduced phone calls from creditors for verification of employment.
  • Stronger compliance to the POPI act (Protection of Personal Information).
  • Reduces the need to supply physical documentation when applying for credit.
  • Supports responsible lending practices.
  • Reduces the time that employees spend out of the office to complete credit applications.
  • Applications take less time to complete and receive approval from the FSP.
  • Fully automated process.
  • Consent driven program, eliminating abuse and fraudulent requests of information.
  • Independent audits rated the security model of the highest standard internationally.


How to participate using Sage Pastel Payroll & HR

In order to participate, clients can go to Setup…Company Parameters.  On the Company-tab, clients can select to participate.

Sage Income Verification E2E

Selecting the option to participate allows Sage Pastel Payroll & HR to upload all payslips to the secured online platform, from where the authorized users can access the pdf payslips.

Once clients have selected to participate, payslips will automatically be uploaded whenever the users do a Payroll Run or process an employee individually.

Users can also upload payslips for previous periods, by selecting View…Payroll   Reports…Reprint Payslips.

Process Sage Income Verification


Would love to hear from you.


SARS Interim EMP501 Submission 2016

Dear Readers, SARS Interim EMP501 Submission 2016 is now open.  It’s that time of the Year again to get your Company EMP501 Recon and Declarations Submitted.  There have been many changes and SARS updates to get compliant with.  I listed the SARS top tips on the current and recent changes.

Contact us on for any additional assistance.

SARS Interim EMP501 Submission 2016 E2E

SARS Interim EMP501 Submission 2016 E2E

SARS Interim EMP501 Submission 2016

  • Employer Interim Reconciliation 2016
    Employers are required to submit an EMP501 confirming or correcting the amounts declared for Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE), Skills Development Levy (SDL), Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), and Employment Tax Incentive (ETI) in their EMP201s submitted, the payments made and the tax values of the Employee Tax Certificates [IRP5/IT3(a)]. The interim reconciliation is for the six-month transaction period 1 March to 31 August and must be submitted during September and October.For the 2016 Employer Interim Reconciliation the following legislative and system changes should be noted:

    • From 1 March 2016 contributions to Pension, Provident and Retirement Annuity Fund is deductible for payroll taxes
    • New source codes (3817, 3825, 3828) have been created to differentiate between Pension, Provident and Retirement contributions and new source code (4582) to indicate the total value “remuneration” portion where the source codes allow a 20/80 split
    • Medical expenses tax credit for people over 65 years who are still employed have been introduced
    • New source code(4120) has been created  to capture the additional medical expenses tax credit for employees over 65 years
    • Taxpayers will be able to submit a request for correction in relation to audited periods after the audit has been completed. Audit outcomes will be communicated to taxpayers via listed email on SARS records, posted letters will only be sent to taxpayers who do not have an email listed under their profile
    • EMP 501 has been updated to enable employers to print both EMP 501 and IRP5/IT3 (a) as a package. There is also an option for taxpayers to write the postal address in their preferred unstructured format
    • e@syfile Employer enhancements include an upgrade to Windows 8, and bulk printing of IRP5/IT3(a) certificates
    • Capturing of an EMP 201 return prior to 1999 will be allowed.

Top Tip: The latest e@syFile™ release notes is version 6.7.0.

  • 13 June 2016 – 2016 IRP5/IT3(a) : 4018
    Income Protection Policy Premiums (4018) is not allowed as a deduction from 1 March 2015. Some employers have taken this deduction into account for the 2016 PAYE calculations.   This resulted in the under-deduction and payment of PAYE.These employers are requested to rectify such under-deductions and payments to SARS. Incorrect IRP5/IT3(a) certificates should be corrected, submitted to SARS and re-issued to affected employees. Employers are requested to make these corrections urgently to ensure that the correct details can be pre-populated by SARS on the employees’ income tax returns (ITR12s).The 4018 deduction may still be reflected on the 2016 IRP5/IT3(a) certificate although it no longer qualifies as a deduction for tax purposes.
  • 1 April 2016 – Employer Annual Reconciliation Employers are required to submit their Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) Employer Annual Reconciliations between 18 April and 31 May 2016 to SARS, confirming or correcting payroll tax amounts which were declared during the 2015/2016 tax period.This year, employers are urged to accurately verify and update each employee’s personal and financial details before submitting their Annual Reconciliation Declaration (EMP501) and Employees Income Tax Certificates [IRP5/IT3(a)s] to SARS.Should these details be incorrect on an IRP5 certificate, the employee will be unable to file his/her Income Tax Return for Individuals (ITR12) during Tax Season.  Individuals will no longer be allowed to make any corrections to pre-populated IRP5 details on their returns.In cases where details are incorrect, employees will have to revert to their respective employers who will need to make changes on the IRP5 and re-submit these to SARS. This process can be time consuming and it may become problematic for employees to file on time.

    Employers play a very important part in the income tax cycle which effectively starts on 18 April with the submission of the annual reconciliations. We rely on your cooperation to make the submission of ITR12s later in the year as stress-free as possible for all involved. Need help? Call the SARS Contact Centre on 0800 00 7277

BCEA Office Posters

Labour Compliance Compulsory BCEA Office Posters! Very few Employers are actually aware of the fact that the Department of Labour has made it a mandatory requirement that the office or workplace has got specific posters visible to all Employees.

One of these being the BCEA Office Posters (Basic Conditions of Employment Act) Poster. Not to worry, we have got your back.

BCEA Office Posters

BCEA Office Posters Summary :

This notice as amended on 29 August 2014 must be displayed by all employers, in terms of Section 30 of the Act, in the official languages used at any place where employees work. This would include any branch operations, depots, shops etc.

They are available in all eleven official languages and at various different retails stores (online stores).

Office Requirements :

There is no specific amount of BCEA office Posters that should be displayed in a office, but you must display a summary of the Basic Conditions of Employment (BCEA) Act where all employees can see it.

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • Safety officers
  • Trade unions
  • Employers
  • Managers
  • Industry

The following is one of many examples of the kind of information one is to find on the BCEA Posters :

All employees receive meal intervals during work intervals as required by national law and industry standards

What does this mean?

  • The BCEA states that employee who works continuously for more than five hours must be given a meal interval of at least one continuous hour.
  • If agreed in writing a meal interval can also be reduced to not less than 30 minutes.
  • A meal interval can also be dispensed with if an employee works fewer than six hours a day.

Where Can I Purchase these BCEA Office Posters?

We are happy to inform that we have made provision to ensure that you as our valued clients, don’t have to search all over to find these posters. For your convenience, these posters can be bought directly from our office.

The Posters specifications are :

  • A1 Size – 59.4 x 84.1 cm
  • Laminated
  • Price : R190.00 Excluding VAT

Feel free to contact our office on 021 447 9565 or log a support request (by Clicking Here) if you are interested and I will personally contact you to ensure you receive your order in the timeliest manner possible.

We ship to anywhere in South Africa.

E2E Regards


Pastel Payroll Employee Count Issue

There appears to be a Partner Payroll issue doing rounds on some of our clients systems, which affects their Employee count on the software.

In short, one might be registered for a 100 Employee Payroll, obviously allowing you to create a total of up to 100 Employee Masterfiles (combined between your different companies created on Payroll). What would then happen at some of our clients, is that the program will register/pick up the exact same company twice or even 3 times and thus doubling the actual Employee count and seeing e.g. a 45 Employee company as 135 Employees.

Below is a typical example of the problem. This screen can be accessed by opening Payroll and going to Help, About and then “Employee Count” at the bottom right. As you can see in the below example, the exact same company is “registered” 3 times. Therefor the software is now registering a 45 Employee company as 135 Employees.

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We have tried and tested the below solution on a number of occasions and I am happy to report that the result was successful each time. The following steps can be followed in order to correct the issue:

  1. If you have a network consisting of more than 1 PC using Payroll, make sure to close the program on each PC and go to the Payroll Server/Main Payroll PC.
  2. Open Payroll on the Server and go to File, Open, Manage. All your companies will be listed with a brown briefcase icon (note, it will just show each company once even though it shows it more than once on the Employee Count Screen)
  3. Click on each company and select the option to “Remove Company” on the right hand side. Do this for each company until you are only left with the Server name right at the top.
  4. Next you will re-register the software. This can be done by clicking on Help, Register your package. On the first screen click on next, single user/server, UN-TICK register online and then select ‘next’, ‘next’, etc, until you reach the summary screen.
  5. Lastly, close and reopen Payroll. Go to File, Open, Manage and then add each of your companies again by clicking on “Add Company” on the right hand side.

Like mentioned, the above solution does work. Should you follow these steps and you still experience the same issue, you are more than welcome to contact us so that we can assist.

Alternatively, if you would like us to rather attend to it, please give us a call on 021 447 9565 or post a comment on this blog and I’ll assist.





Sage Pastel Clients: SARS Personal Tax Season is Open

Dear E2E Followers,

We want to wish you all the best and plenty of returns on your hard earned and deducted PAYE. The deadline dates for your convenience:

  • Manual or postal submissions : 30 September 2015
  • E-filing submissions : 27 November 2015
  • @ a SARS Branch : 27 November 2015
  • E-filing for provisional tax payers : 29 January 2016

We would like to hear from you on your 2015 Personal Tax submission experience. Are you the early bird in submitting your Personal Tax Return to SARS for that much wanted winter refund? Contact me directly:

You can now be Tax Smart with SARS’ Top Tax Tips:

Tax Tip #1: Don’t file a tax return if you don’t need to

You don’t need to file if your total salary earned during 1 March 2014 – 28 February 2015 for the 2015 tax year is not more than R350 000 (before tax), provided:

  • You only have one employer (but remember if you have two employers or income sources e.g. late spouse / partner pension income, exam markings income, moonlighting income etc you do need to file even if the total is still under R350 000) or
  • You have no car allowance or other income (e.g. interest or rent) or
  • You are not claiming tax related deductions (e.g. medical expenses, retirement etc) or
  • You received interest from a source in South Africa not exceeding –
    • R23 800 if you are below the age of 65 years; or
    • R34 500 if you aged 65 years or older or
  • Dividends were paid to you and you were a non-resident during the 2015 year of assessment.

If you are still unsure if you need to file a tax return, click here.

Top tip: Trusts are required to submit an annual Income Tax Return (IT12TR), as well.

Tax Tip #2: Looking for your tax number?

Your income tax reference number is a unique 10-digit number issued by SARS to a taxpayer on registration.

If you are registered, you can find your tax number on your:

  • Notice of registration from SARS
  • Employee Tax Certificate (IRP5/IT3(a))
  • Income Tax Workpage on eFiling, if you’re a registered eFiler.

Top tip: What else to do if you need your tax number?

Tax Tip #3: No login details. No problem

Forgot your eFiling username and password? Follow these easy steps:

  • Visit
  • Click on Login
  • Click on the question mark icon
  • Request your login details
  • We’ll send it to your SARS registered email address or cellphone number

Still stuck? Call us on 0800 00 7277 or get more tips here if you have forgotten your eFiling login details.

Top tip: If you’re not registered yet for eFiling, follow our simple and easy steps to register.

Tax Tip #4: Make accurate claims

To avoid penalties, make sure you have the correct documentation and proof for every claim you make.

  • Only use info and figures that reflect on your supporting documents
  • Use ONLY the amounts reflected on your contribution certificates from your retirement annuity fund, income protection scheme, medical aid etc.
  • Make sure you keep an accurate logbook and do not fabricate kilometres travelled
  • Don’t inflate the value of your vehicle.

Tax Tip #5: Don’t lie on your tax return

Overstating the number of dependants or expenses for medical claims is a criminal offence.

  • Only claim for the actual number of dependants registered on your medical aid
  • Don’t overstate your out-of-pocket medical expenses because SARS will ask for your receipts
  • Medication that has not been prescribed may not be claimed for.

For more info on Medical rebates, click here.

Tax Tip #6: Don’t hide it. We’ll find it!

We are closing in on undeclared income and overstated expenses.

  • Declare all income you received during the year of assessment like rent, interest and income from your part-time job
  • If a deduction does not exist – do not claim for it!

Tax Tip #7: Be prepared

Have the applicable documents on hand to complete your tax return, such as:

  • IRP5 or IT3(a) certifcates from your employer or pension fund
  • Financial statements (e.g. business income)
  • Medical aid certificates and receipts
  • Retirement annuity fund contribution certificates
  • Tax certificates for investment income (IT3(b))
  • Completed confirmation of diagnosis of disability form (ITR-DD)
  • Information relating to capital gain transactions
  • Travel logbook

Remember, if you’re filing at a SARS branch you must bring all the listed documents applicable to you, plus original proof of identity (ID, temporary ID, passport or driver’s licence).

Tax Tip #8: Don’t fall for scams

Don’t be fooled by emails asking for your personal info

  • SARS will never request your banking details or personal details in any communication that you receive by post, email, phone or SMS
  • SARS will also not send you any hyperlinks to other websites – even those of banks
  • There are no links to any bank on this website.

Tax Tip #9: Be ‘tax smart’ and eFile

eFiling is the quickest and easiest wayto submit your return

  • Visit eFiling to register and submit your return online
  • If you’re an eFiler download the eFiling app and submit your return via your smartphone or tablet
  • Need help? Click on the Help-You-eFile icon on eFiling (when filing from your computer) and follow the prompts to get access to a friendly SARS Contact Centre agent.

Need help?

UIF Reduction not to be implemented in 2015/16 tax year

The Minister of Finance proposed a possible reduction in the remuneration threshold with regards to Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) contributions in the 2015 Budget. The Minister proposed to reduce the remuneration threshold from the current monthly amount of R14 872 to R1000 for a one year period.

MOF Minister of Finance South Africa Nhlanhla Nene 2015 proposes reduction in UIF contributions

South African Minister of Finance, Nhlanhla Nene

Should the reduction possibly take place in the next tax year, it will mean that both employer and employee will be required to pay a maximum of R10 each per month. The current maximum payable is R148.72 per contribution per month. This means a monthly maximum of R148.72 for Employee and R148.72 per month for the employer contribution, which total a monthly maximum of R297.44. The Minister’s proposal for the reduction is aimed at the employers and employees contribution, while he aims to keep the benefits unchanged.

The reduction in the contribution is aimed at giving some extra support to households across the country as well as the employers, keeping the current challenging economic environment in mind. The Minister commented that the reduction in UIF could possibly put almost up to R15 billion back into both workers and employers pockets, which will also in return, provide much needed support to the economy.

The reduction was proposed to take effect on 1 April 2015, but the Minister later on advised that the possible reduction will not be implemented in the 2015/16 tax year.

Payroll Made Personal – Self Service for you and your Employees

Welcome to the next generation in Mobility and access to your Payroll and HR information with Sage Pastel Payroll Self Service for Employers and Employees

Sage Pastel Payroll’s Employee Self Service (ESS) tool enables employees to manage and maintain their own information online.

We at E2E have implemented and successfully rolled out a great deal of Self Service projects and platforms for our clients using the current version of Sage Pastel Payroll.

ESS provides employees with a user-friendly means of streamlining payroll and HR administration online, while at the same time improving communications with department heads, administrators and management.

View Payslips Online

View Payslips Online

Some of the Features of employee Self Service for Sage Pastel Partner Payroll:

  • Secure Login
    • Update Personal Details
    • View Documents Online
    • Online Application Forms
    • Online Travel Claims
    • Custom Workflow Capabilities
  • View Payslips Online (employees)
  • Employer can distribute payslips to mobile devices
  • Apply for loans, bursaries and more online
  • Download any HR related documents
Cloud Based Employee Self Service

Cloud Based Employee Self Service

Get the Mobile App here

For the Payroll Administrator the mobile app provides the perfect paperless solution, relieving pressure from Payroll Administrators and HR Managers as employees carry some of the overall HR administration responsibility.

Read more on this product here

E-mail if you want to take your company and Payroll to the next level.

See you in the Cloud!