How do I process average holiday rate take on data within Cintra iQ?

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Normally when paid staff go on holiday, you can calculate their holiday pay based on the previous 52 weeks/12 months to the current payroll period. Should employees not have 52 weeks/12 months of payslip data (because you have not been using the Cintra system for that length of time), Cintra iQ has the facility to allow you to import Take On data so that you can calculate holiday pay and include data that is not available in a payslip. 
Now that you have imported the Holiday Take On data within Cintra iQ, you can use the data to average out an employee's Holiday Pay Rate calculation. 


If an employee only has 9 periods of relevant pay out of the current 12 periods, you can take on the 3 missing pay periods to make up the short fall.



To process take on data

  1. Navigate to the Holiday Pay Rate window.
    Go to Cintra iQ: Payroll Tools> Payroll Input> Hourly/Daily Holiday Rate 
  2. Select the desired Addition Heading from the drop-down list.
  3. Select the desired Payroll from the drop-down list.
  4. Select the Specific Employee from the drop-down list.
  5. Click the Calculate Rates button. The rate for the employee(s) appears.
  6. Click the Expand button to view the details of the Holiday Pay Rate per period. The imported Take On data is included in the calculation.


    The number of Holiday Rate Periods was set up in the Payroll's Holiday Pay Rate Calculation Settings.

  7. Click the View Take On Data button. The data is displayed in the data pane. 


    You can filter the data by double-clicking a record. You can also save the data in a PDF, CSV, EXCEL, or TEXT format.

  8. Continue to Export SummaryExport Details, or create a Report within the Holiday Pay Rate window.

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