Replicon—now with Worldwide Work Rules support & Adaptive Compliance Library

Replicon—now with Worldwide Work Rules support & Adaptive Compliance Library

Replicon customers can now rapidly deploy our time and attendance solutions with minimal customization work—which can sometimes involve considerable time and expense. For the first time in a time and attendance tracking system, Replicon has provided support for pre-configured pay rules that cover every state in the U.S., every Canadian province, and most countries in Europe and Asia.

Available now for customers in North America, the complete rollout of our worldwide work rules configurations will take place by the second quarter of 2015.

Organizations can now easily configure various pay rules in Replicon to apply custom calculation logic to employees’ wage and hour data, and precisely determine gross pay as required by policy. Our compliance library also supports multi-state taxation, enabling organizations to easily manage tax requirements for employees who work in multiple states.

While accommodating specific regional regulations, Replicon’s highly adaptive compliance library also provides powerful capabilities that automate complex global payment calculations to enhance payroll data accuracy and manage compliance risk.

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