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Ever since man discovered the computer and hence computer science, attempt has been made to computerize every facet of human life.
This project work express the issue of designing and implementing a state civil payroll acknowledges (speed and accuracy) over the more tedious inefficient and true consuming manual system.
This system encounters the following problems. Late receipt of raw data each month, regular break down of the accounting machine presently used for data processing, irregular power supply, in any errors resulting from the manual methods of data processing and the office caused by bulky files and constant complaints for errors from the workers. Consequently a computerized payroll accounting system when designed to take care of the above problems.
Organisation of the work
Table of content
2.1 Literature Review
4.1 Software designed and implementation
Computer, the versatile data processing machine, has been found very useful in every human endeavour since its incursion into many fields of study, industry, business, sciences and technology in general. Payroll is being prepared by organization, committees, governments and other business firms, it is also part of account department, in my organizational concern. It is used for the preparation of worker’s salary daily, weekly or monthly.
The payroll module, which helps in data processing, processes monthly pays of all the employees in state civil services commission. The module maintains staff loans, advances, tax and other deductions from staff pay. It also performs annual increment on the salary of qualified staff each month. The payroll lists every employee for whom the computer has produced a payroll cheque and shows for each employee what deduction are subtracted from gross earnings to arrive at net pay. This report is reviewed by the manager of the payroll department before the cheques are released for distribution.
Over the years, manual method of payroll has been used. This method has its problems. It has been proven to be very ineffective and inefficient. Some of the problems are
The study aims at designing a payroll accounting system that will help to eliminate instances, delay and frauds associated with manual calculation of workers salaries and entitlements.
The study aims at designing and implementing a state civil service commission payroll accounting system Enugu.
In the process of carrying out this research work, some factors tried to hinder the free flow of work. These factors include
If the designed new system is implemented it may improve and to be a large extend enhanced the activities of processing staff salary payment in state civil commission Enugu office.
The worker will be relived by the tedious tasks facing them in the discharge of their duties. They will have more time to themselves and also increase their standard of work.
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