We released the following features and bug fixes in Wagepoint on June 3, 2020.
Features and enhancements
- Garnishment deduction code enhancements – added functionality to allow a user to set a priority for garnishments
- Negative net pay validation – added validation to prevent a user from approving payroll if an individual employee's net pay is negative
- 10% Temporary Wage Subsidy available balance – we provide a detailed breakdown per payroll in the invoice, but we've added an alert to let the customer know how much of their total subsidy is left to use for the company as a whole. We also added validation to prevent the subsidy from being calculated on payrolls with a pay date of June 20, 2020, or later.
Bug fixes and miscellaneous
- Updated the QPP calculation to prevent employees 70 years or older from being QPP exempt. The regulations state that if a QC employee is working and is over 70, QPP must be assessed.
- QBO is updating the new maximum lengths for authorization codes, access tokens, and refresh tokens as a part of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. We've updated these maximum lengths to support your QBO integration with Wagepoint.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the year-to-date values from showing the right total on the Payroll register report
- Fixed a bug in the Accountant dashboard > Payroll Tasks > Past due section to ensure that a company is listed in the *Past due* section until the payroll is approved, for up to a maximum of 5 days.
- Fixed a bug that prevented a company with multiple accounts from seeing all their accounts in the Client switcher dropdown in the top navigation bar
- Fixed a bug that prevented a customer from selecting a pay date if they were running payroll after hours, even if they were processing the payroll within the deadline.
The Track app uses the holidays loaded in Wagepoint, so if an employee records time on the holiday, it now imports the hours as Time worked on a holiday instead of regular hours.
Leena @ Wagepoint