Import payslip information easily into Flare all in one go using FlareConnect.
Access to this area requires certain permissions. If you do not have access to this area, and have the permission to edit security settings follow the steps here to enable it.
1. From the Menu, select FlareConnect, then Payroll Import.
2. Select Payslip under "data to import"
3. Download the template by clicking "Get import template"
4. Fill in the spreadsheet, make sure that all information is correct.
Please Note: All fields are MANDATORY, they must be filled out.
CompanyCode - This is your company code and can be found in Flare under Settings>Account and is labelled Account ID (usually in a four digit number format).
Dates - PeriodEndDate is required to show the leave balance as at that specific date.
PeriodStartDate is the date from which you wish to obtain payslip data from. This can be single or multiple periods. All dates must be in the format of yyyymmdd (import will fail if not in this format).
EmployeeCode - This is the Employee code, this can be found under, Employees>Employee Details and is called Employee Number (Note this is often not the same as Flare ID so make sure to take the Employee Number). If you know how to complete batch export of your employees details, you will be able to get a list of your employee numbers from Flare or employee number from your payroll system. If you are unsure how to batch export click here
Type - primary description of data item, so typically will include earnings, tax, super, deductions.
SubType - category breakdown of main type, so for payslip this will include gross, net, sgc, resc, deductionPreTax, deductionPostTax.
Period - The time period that applies to the item. "All" would be all payslip data as at the generation of the file. "YTD" is financial year to date. "Period" is over the pay period. "Open" is in a situation where an opening balance is specified. "Close" is where the closing balance is being specified. Periods are all up until the Period End Date
Amount - $ amount applicable.
Quantity - This is the quantity of UOM. For payslip data this is usually 1.
UOM - Displays unit of measurement, which will be either hours, days, or weeks. For payslip data NA is usually most applicable.
5. Once completed upload the spreadsheet back into flare by clicking the button below: