TERMINATING A CASUAL EMPLOYEE

JEN
JEN Member Posts: 29 ✭
edited January 29 in Reckon Payroll 🚀

I was wondering if terminating a casual employee with no pay owing was a straightforward procedure.

I believe I would follow the same procedure with making someone redundant minus all the tax and other details (unused leave, long service etc)

Help on this would be appreciated.

Answers

  • Rav
    Rav Administrator, Reckon Staff Posts: 15,195 Community Manager Community Manager

    Hi @JEN

    Reckon Payroll allows you to terminate an employee and create the termination payrun at the same time or later on if you wish.

    Check out an overview of the termination process in Reckon Payroll with our how-to video below -

    Terminating an employee in Reckon Payroll 👋


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  • JEN
    JEN Member Posts: 29 ✭

    Hi Rav,

    I watched that video already and the example they used is for termination of a redundant full-time employee.

    I'm guessing terminating a casual employee with no leave to pay out will be straightforward as nothing is owed to them.

  • Rav
    Rav Administrator, Reckon Staff Posts: 15,195 Community Manager Community Manager

    That's correct, you follow the same process as outlined in the video for any/all employees.

    Provided that you haven't added any active leave items to the casual employee in their profile then leave won't appear in the termination pay run.


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  • JEN
    JEN Member Posts: 29 ✭

    Thanks, Rav.

    I just wanted to be sure so I don't stuff things up. :)