TVTMA HR Payroll Accounting

TVTMA HR Payroll Accounting

bởi T.V.T Marine Automation (aka TVTMA) Odoo SA

US$ 652,09 652.09 USD
15.069.888,00 €
Tên kỹ thuật to_hr_payroll_account
Giấy phép LGPL v3.0
Đọc mô tả cho
Yêu cầu (các) app Invoicing (account) Time Off (hr_holidays) Employees (hr) Calendar (calendar) Discuss (mail)
Bao gồm các phụ thuộc TVTMA HR Payroll (Community Edition) Nút hành động trên hợp đồng lao động TVTMA Base
Các mở rộng Vietnam - Payroll with Accounting Tích hợp Chi tiêu nhân sự và Bảng lương

TVTMA HR Payroll (Community Edition) Integrated with Accounting.

  • Expense Encoding
  • Payment Encoding
  • Company Contribution Management
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