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Negotiations

Negotiations

The Negotiations module is fully-integrated with the School Accounting System and is a tool designed to aid in your employee negotiations. You can create salary packages, or scenarios, based on actual salaries and benefits in the employee file. You can then generate salary schedules to calculate the total costs of salaries and benefits for comparison and budgeting purposes. New wage information is quickly updated in the employee file, and your employees new contract information can be Mail Merged into existing contract documents.

As with any of our add-on modules to the School Accounting System, you receive a 30-day trial period after activation to make sure the module will be a good fit for your school.

With Negotiations you can…

  • Import salary schedules from spreadsheets
  • Create an unlimited number of packages and salary schedules
  • Expedite your annual negotiations process
  • Use actual employee data to ensure budget accuracy
  • Estimate payroll and benefits liability
  • Compare salary packages to find a perfect fit for your budget
  • Update new budgets with negotiated contracts and benefits
  • Quickly view where employees fit into the schedules and precisely evaluate benefits
  • Automatically update contract information & create payroll wages for the new fiscal year
  • Facilitate array comparisons for NE schools

Certified Salary Schedule

Wage Export for Mail Merge

Mail Merge Contracts

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