Our reporting center is flexible to cater to the needs of your company — offering you the information you need when you need it.
You can view several types of company data under the 'Reports' tab from under the Company category:
Note: any admins with the View Invoices & Reporting permission will be able to run these reports.
Build a report of your employees, contractors, and vendors, their personal contact information, and their relationship to the company including but not limited to job titles, managers, salaries, and start/end dates
Time off usage
Builds a PTO request report based on a date range you select and your choice of employee types (full-time, part-time, contractor, etc…), offices, departments, employee info fields (name, department, office), PTO request info (includes any notes between employee and manager).
Builds an employee payment report along with a breakdown of any specific perks, insurance or tax payments, and 401(k) contributions the employee made for a given time period. You can choose to see each payment that was made on an individual line or sum up the payments by week, month, year, or the selected time frame.
Builds a report of the benefits your employees are enrolled in, how much they cost, and how that cost is shared between the employee and the company.
Builds an employee payment with all relevant information about your employees' retirement plan deferrals (the most common of which are 401(k)s).
How it works
To generate a report, you can simply navigate to the Reports tab under Company, and select which report to pull from the tabs at the top of the page:
For each report select the date range (except for the company census, which always reflects the current state), the employee types, and information fields. Each report defaults to the full data set available - you’ll need to uncheck boxes that you don’t want to include.
Census Reports: includes employees with the selected attributes as of today. All employees, including those in Justworks and starting on a future date will be included in this report.
Time Off Usage: allows you to select the desired date range. Note: the report will only include PTO requests that were made within the selected timeframe (e.g. 4/1/2015-4/30/2015 report will be include an employee that requested time off from 4/30/2015-5/15/2015).
Payroll Reports: allows you to select the desired date range. Now, you can pick how you’d like to group the selected data in the report; by payment, week, month, year, date range. By default, the report will group by payment over the specified time period.
With the Payroll Report, administrators will be to view a report that breaks out that data, for a given timeframe, by person:
- Other pay
- Gross wages
- Net wages
- Taxes withheld
- Employer taxes
- Employer contributions
Benefits Usage: allows you to generate a report from a specified date.
You can filter employees to include in your reports based on the following:
- Type of employee (full-time, part-time, contractor, etc…)
Fields to include in reports will differ depending on which report you are generating. For instance, in the payroll report you can select things like employer tax amount, other deductions, tax amount and in benefits you can select data like insurance class covered, start date, end date and this data will populate in the columns associated with the employee data you’ve selected.
You can view invoice data and payment history from 'Invoices' under Payments in the left hand navigation. The payroll journal view makes it easy to see exactly how, for each employee, you get from gross to net pay. And the cash requirements view makes it easy to understand exactly where every penny is going for all employer taxes and fees. And for more information on how to integrate Justworks with Quickbooks online and/or Xero, please click here.
This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.