GDPR & Sage Online Services Portal

Posted on: May 15th, 2018 by Judith Mallen No Comments

With GDPR on the horizon, Sage Online Services Portal is a secure online portal designed to share payslips, P60s and timesheets with employees for whom you run a Payroll service.

Sage Online Payslips/P60s keeps your payslips and P60s processes simple and straightforward, and is a great alternative way to produce your payslips and P60s.

The safe, secure online portal allows your employees to access their payslips and P60s online, 24/7 from any device.

This reduces your costs by eliminating the need to print and post, and can save time dealing with payroll queries as you can both view the same information from one place. You can even use the portal homepage to send messages to your staff, such as bonus information and holiday hours.

If your employees record and submit the hours they work, Online Timesheets is a new addition to the Sage Payroll Online Services.

How does it work?

All the information about the functionality of the portal, from setting up an employee to uploading payslips and P60s, can be found here.

What if I already subscribe to Sage Online Payslips?

If you already subscribe to Sage Online Payslips then you can continue to do so. However, if you need to access P60s and timesheets, you will need to upgrade to the full Online Services Portal.

What about e-mail payslips?

E-mail payslips are set to be removed from Sage 50 Payroll. This will be done as part of a mandatory update which will take place in May.

What are the costs involved?

The cost of the Online Services Portal is dependent on the number of clients for whom you need to process and the number of employees contained within those clients. For accurate pricing information, please feel free to give us a call on 02920 549939 or email Judith Mallen.

 

 

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