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    Pastel Payroll & HR 2014 - Maternity Leave Pay

    Hi There

    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but I've recently started using Pastel Payroll and HR to process our salaries. I currently have an employee who is on maternity leave, however she will be receiving half her salary as maternity benefits. How would I process this in Payroll? I would really appreciate your help with this!

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    Did anyone answer you on this question - cause I would like to know exactly the same thing?

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    Just half the salary...probably transaction 5000. If you weren't paying her anything you would temporarily terminate the employee and make the status maternity leave. But since your still paying her its unnecessary.

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