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Compensation Setup Guide

**Released in Avanti 10.02.**

Once you’re ready to start using Compensation on the New Avanti Experience, there’s a couple of decisions you’ll need to make before you enable it.

Password Protect the PDF
Decide whether employees must enter a password before accessing the PDF version of Compensation.

Hide Employee Compensation
You can prevent the Compensation tab from displaying for specific employees.

Which Benefit Codes Display
You can prevent benefits from being included in Compensation.

Earnings Display when the Amount is Zero
You can prevent certain earnings from being included in Compensation when their pay period amount is zero.

Start Using Compensation
Once you’re done setting up Compensation, all that’s left is to add it to the menu.

Already using our most recent Pay Statements on ASSP? Check out our Compensation Transition Guide outlining all the different behaviours you can expect when you move from the Pay Statements Menu to Compensation. It’ll also guide you through the steps to updating to Compensation.

Additional Information
If you need to make minor changes to the information displayed on the PDF, we can help. Reach out to us at: Care@Avanti.ca.

To complete setup, you’ll need to be a Regular User with the Admin User Group with access to the Avanti Desktop and the Avanti Self-Service Portal.

If you aren’t using the New Avanti Experience yet, you’ll need to set it up first. Go to How to Enable the New Avanti Experience for more information.

Important Information
This is only available for SaaS clients.

How to Password Protect Compensation’s PDF

Compensation’s PDF can be password protected with the same password used to access Tax Slips.

Once you decide whether the PDF should be password protected, you’ll need to confirm it’s set up correctly.

Don’t Password Protect the PDF

Step 1: Open Administration Settings on ASSP and select Company Settings.
By default, this can be found in Administration. 

Step 2: Enter PayStatementsRequireUserSetPassword in the Search.

Step 3: Select Edit for PayStatementsRequireUserSetPassword.

Step 4: Deselect Value if it’s selected, then select Save.

Step 5: Select Reload Settings.

Password Protect the PDF

Step 1: Open Administration Settings on ASSP and select Company Settings.
By default, this can be found in Administration. 

Step 2: Enter PayStatementsRequireUserSetPassword in the Search.

Step 3: Select Edit for PayStatementsRequireUserSetPassword.