Tips & tricks are welcome to give a group of employees a salary increase of a certain percentage (%) or amount of money (€€€).
They way I do it now is not really efficient:
- download an overview of employees and their current salaries from Personio. These are fulltime salaries.
- add a column to calculate their new salary
- copy all the data into the import template Salary from Personio
- change all the salaries to the actual salary based on the working hours per week.
- import the document into Personio
- manually create a document with the salary increase template for every employee
Best answer by AndreaView original
Thank you for sharing this post with us.
I will be happy to share any tip and trick about this procedure. First, I would like to fully understand your process.
Thank you very much in advance for clarifying these questions!
Thanks for your response.
Kind regards, Marielle
Ok, now I understand much better. Thank you very much for explaining further!
The good news for both topics is that we have improvements planned here 🤩! Next year we will release salary components for custom reports which will include the effective salaries of your employees. Further, we will enable a functionality to create documents in bulk, avoiding the manual work you have to undertake on the moment.
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I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any further questions about these topics!
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Thanks for sharing your input around this topic.
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