We released the following features and bug fixes in Wagepoint on July 26, 2019.
- Error validation on import functionality – added validation to prevent a user from uploading the Earnings CSV template using the [Import hours] functionality and vice versa.
- Additional tax withholdings – employees with additional federal tax withholdings will now be able to see those amounts separately on their paystub. Employers can also see this information separated out on the payroll register report.
- We've updated the termination modal for contractors to remove the Request ROE option since contractors are not eligible to receive EI benefits.
- Workers' compensation account validation – we've added validation to ensure that employers enter the correct workers' compensation account number for their province. We've also added an alert to notify customers of the provinces in which we cannot support electronic remittances i.e. New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nunavut, Yukon, and Northwest Territories. We can still calculate the amounts, but employers are responsible for remitting the payments. Note: employers are responsible for reporting their workers' compensation payments directly to their provincial agency for all provinces.
- We've updated functionality in the Edit income modal to dynamically calculate associated hours for all hours-based earnings. Note: if you enter 0 hours for one of these hours-based earning codes, it will automatically zero out and remove the earnings as well.
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