How to add Workers as an Employer and Create Payrolls

To invite your workers aboard so you can start creating payroll orders please follow the steps below:

Step-by-step guide

1. To add workers click on Payroll under your bitWAGE BUSINESS dashboard.

2. Go to Add & View Workers so you can either send individual or multiple invites, as well as specifying their Team Role.

The worker will then receive an invitation . If he is not a user of Bitwage, then he will click on the link and signup through the link. If he is a user he'll be automatically added to the company's roster and notified via email. Now he'll need to set his allocations.

Here is a tutorial you may share with your employees. 

At this point when the employees have set up their allocations and are ready to be paid you should see them as  Fully Set up Workers.

Creating a Payroll

3. To create a payroll manually, type in the worker's email and make sure to select the payroll currency. Input the amount in the box for each worker and then you should be prompted to the funding options after clicking on the Create Payroll Blue button at the bottom right.

You can also upload a Bulk CSV file for sending mass payments or pay an invoice or expense that will require your approval accordingly.

Funding Options

Click and confirm your funding method so you can get access to the payment details required.

By default, ACH Debit and Credit Card funding are only enabled once having a payment history on the platform, so only elegible for existing Companies. 

 The order will then show as Created and you can track its status from start to finish by checking following instances.

 The payroll should be seen as marked as Received once funds arrive to Bitwage. 

Processing will show green after payments are broadcasted which normally occurs on SAME day for Businesses subscribed to Bitwage Premium.

Finally, workers will have their funds available into their allocations, then the payroll is marked as  Fulfilled.

NOTE:  For crypto funding please DM us at our public Slack.

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