Pay Solutions is the ideal business partner for any size company and their payroll needs. If you are considering engaging a new payroll provider or even if you are dissatisfied with your current payroll provider and wish to outsource this function enabling you to focus on your core business function, then these are something that you may want to consider before making your ultimate decision.
Customer Service Goals
Pay Solutions – Payrolls for Africa
Understanding payroll and the needs of your business in terms of regulations from SARS, Department of Labour etc, is something that takes expertise and a guarantee that everything will be executed accurately and correctly first time, every time.
When it comes to running a successful business, there is no getting away from the fact that your business requires a payroll company which is trustworthy and reputable. As you grow your business or even as your current large business grows, it is imperative that you have a payroll system and company that you can rely on.
Domestic workers in SA are being recognised for the important role that they play in the labour arena in the lives of South Africans. In April 2003 they were pulled into the pool for UIF. They can now claim unemployment, illness and death benefits from the unemployment insurance fund (UIF).
Each year in December the Department of Labour publishes new minimum pay rates for Domestic Workers.
Pay Solutions offer Payroll Services that will keep track of Domestic Workers salaries, leave pay, leave and sick leave days that Domestic Workers are entitled to.
Pay Solutions Outsource Payroll Services use a cloud hosted Payroll / HR Solution called PSIberWorks. This can provide clients with online access to all aspects of their payroll as well as HR information when required.
Benefits of a Cloud Hosted Payroll
Pay Solutions is responsible for processing and managing your payroll. However, you can access all employee, as well as company information via the cloud any time. This access is naturally controlled by user numbers, passwords and client defined access levels.
You can have 24/7 hour access to payroll information via the cloud where you can do the following:
Work hours are determined by the basic conditions of employment act
Normal hours as follows:
- 9 hours for a 5-day week
- 8 hours a day for a 6-day week.
- On a shorter working week. The hours may be increased with employees consent.
- For example, an employee can agree to work shifts of 12 hours over 4 working days.
- The maximum hours are 45 hours per week for ordinary pay.
See section 9 of the BCEA for variations for farmworkers: http://goo.gl/KAZCGK
The basic conditions of employment act for employment in South Africa are governed by the BCEA. The Minister of Labour announces various amendments from time to time. The BCEA is a basic requirement of all payroll services.
Basic Conditions of Employment Act
Annual Threshold Earnings – 1 July 2013
South Africa Labour Law is governed by the Basic Conditions of Employment (BCEA). This controls working hours and minimum wages. It also regulates leave, employment contracts, deductions, pay slips, and termination. This applies to all employers payroll services companies.