Processing using MYOB PayGlobal

This article contains the following topic:

  • Processing payroll using MYOB PayGlobal
  • Configuration of PayGlobal in easyemployer



How to export to MYOB PayGlobal

1. Select 'Reports' in the navigation bar

2. Click on 'Payroll report'

3. Select the period that needs to be processed 

4. Select the 'Payroll entity' to process (only if more than one exists)

5. Click 'Launch report'

6. Once the report has loaded, check for and resolve or hide payroll warnings (as needed).

7. Once the warnings have been resolved, click on 'Finalise payroll period'

8. A Popup box will appear asking for confirmation (and acknowledgement that warnings may have been hidden). Click 'Yes'.

9. To download the .csv file that can be imported into PayGlobal, click 'Export for payroll processing'. 


9a. Depending on the configuration, additional files may be available for export. These will be displayed under the 'Export for payroll processing' option. Clicking these options will also trigger a .csv download for those files, which can then be imported into 'PayGlobal'. 

10. Import the file into PayGlobal.

11. Process the payrun in PayGlobal.


Configuration of PayGlobal in easyemployer

1. Click on 'Organisation' in the navigation bar

2. Click on the 'Organisation Structure'

3. Click on the 'Payroll Entity'

4. Select 'Settings' from the tabs on the left of screen


5. Click 'edit' on 'Payroll application' and select 'MYOB PayGlobal' from the list. 

6. Click 'save' 

7. Scroll down and check the details in the 'Payroll report export format' by clicking 'edit'.

8. This popup is critical to ensure the export file is correctly mapped to the fields that PayGlobal will accept. This should not be changed unless the user is certain that the correct changes are made. The fields in this dialog are used to determine the data that will populate the fields under the headings of the same name in the export.

9. To the right of this dialog, there is a list of available values. These values (and only these values) can be used at this stage. No matter which value is selected for the different fields they must be entered in braces (also known as 'Curly brackets') for example {allowance_code}

10. The filters can be added into the braces {} after the value has been set. This needs to be broken up using the Vertical line (| = shift + backslash on the keyboard).


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