Release Note – HR & Payroll: Ability to ...
Release Note – HR & Payroll: Ability to Pay CSP from 1st, 2nd or 3rd Day of Absence
The setting Is CSP paid on waiting days? will be changed to Absent waiting Day to start paying CSP. It will be possible to select 1 through to 4.
Release Date 2nd August 2018
Reason for the Change
Currently employees can only be paid Company Sick Pay (CSP) from the 1st or 4th day of absence. This does not always align with employees' CSP entitlements and therefore causes manual work to ensure that CSP is being paid appropriately.
Please comment below if you have any questions.
Very sorry I think I am being a bit stupid but I am finding this confusing. I don't understand the 4th Absent day then says no waiting days?
Please could you clarify how this works and what would I enter for no waiting days and 3 waiting days.
Also I have lots of contracts (284!) do I need to go through them all and update this.
Hi @Ruth Cousin
The 4th absent day (No waiting days) is used if you do not to pay CSP early. i.e, Eligibility for CSP is the same as SSP after 3 working days absent.
This is the default so no action needs taking if you wish this to be the case.
If you wish CSP to be paid early i.e the first, 2nd or 3rd day of the absence when SSP is not paid then one of the other options should be selected.
If CSP if to be paid from the first day of absence ticking the box will default the drop down to 1st absence day. The employee will then be paid CSP on waiting days.
I hope this helps
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