Monday, February 5, 2024

Delay Processing Worker Termination in ADP

Hello everyone! In this article we want to cover a brand new setting we have enabled for our customer base who is integrating with the wonderful ADP system. As you probably already know, we have developed multiple features that go hand in hand with ADP, such as Cost Code Transfer and Cost Code Custom Mapping; this time, we want to focus on the cases of employees that are already setup with both ADP and Timecard, but have come to finish their time with the current company.

Of course, we all live in a time where employment fluctuation is a reality, and just as many new faces come to our organizations, others decide to look for greener pastures or even retire altogether. To make lives easier for the Management Staff (we are always thinking about you...!), we have come up with a feature that allows workers to remain synchronized to ADP for a duration of time after they are terminated in that system.

With this, you will be able to configure this to match either one or two payroll periods, and Econz will automatically match exactly what payroll period you have already configured. The purpose of this is to ensure that their timesheet will be processed and that they are paid for their last timesheet period at termination.

Let's see where to find this! First go to the Administration tab and look for the Integration section. Within it, you will find the "External Systems". Click on "Integrate With ADP":

Once inside, scroll down until you get to the "Time and Payroll Settings" section, and there you will find the option called "Delay processing worker termination in ADP":

You will be provided with three options:

  • No Delay
  • One payroll period
  • Two payroll periods
Make sure to select the one that applies to your company and click the "Submit" button to save it.

That's about it, with that out of the way, Econz Timecard will take care of this for you automatically!

Let us know if you have any questions or comments, and until next time...

--Econz Team

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