Please refer to below to know how to fill out the WPS Salary File.
Kindly ensure to strictly comply with the following template provided to avoid rejection.
- All columns are mandatory except – “VariablePay” and “Leave”. (These two columns can be blank)
- The first row (Heading row) on the template should not be changed.
- Sheet name should remain as Sheet1 and should not be changed.
|EmpId||This is the unique employee id in the company(normally maintained in the company HR system)|
|Employee Name||Name of the employee|
|Employee_Type||This field should be selected from the list provided. Values for this column are:|
“N”- New employee or the employee’s salary is processed in
CBD-WPS system for the first time.
This has to be N when you send the file for the first time.
“E” – Existing employee. (Salary of this employee was
processed through CBD-WPS system at least once before)
“C” – Change – Existing employee whose details has
changed since the last salary.
|Salary||Net amount to be paid to the employee including variable pay.|
|VariablePay||This is the extra payments like overtime allowances etc. this amount should be included in the salary Amount. Negative amount not allowed in this field.|
|AccountNo||IBAN or Account number of the employee with the “Agent”- (bank exchange house etc.). In case CBD Rateb card holders account number is same as the employee id provided by CBD.|
|AGENT_BANK-RTN_CODE||This is the routing number of the bank or Agent where the employee receives salary.|
|MOL_PERSONID||This is the unique ID provided by Ministry of Labor for each employee. (Accepts maximum of 35 digit personal No: on the face of the employee’s labor card)|
|Sal_Month||Month for which the salary is paid. This should be 2 digit numeric. (Eg: “12” for December)|
|Sal_Year||Year for which salary is paid. It should be 4 digit “yyyy”.|
|FromDate||Start date of the salary – This should be in the dd/mm/yyyy format|
|ToDate||End date of the salary - This should be in the dd/mm/yyyy format|
|Leave||Number of days the employee was on leave with in the salary period.|