When your employee enrolls in DailyPay and takes his/her first transfer, they will begin to be paid through DailyPay on subsequent paydays. That is, DailyPay will send a remainder payment (their final net pay minus any early transfers and fees) directly to your employees on their regular payday. The payment will be sent as an ACH and will arrive in their bank account at the usual time on the morning of payday. This payday transfer is naturally free of charge.
If an employee does not take any transfers for a given pay period, they will receive their full net pay on payday at the normal time. On less frequent occasions, when your employee transfers his/her full paycheck before payday, there will logically be no remainder payment on payday.
In more rare occurrences, if an employee draws more funds during the pay period than what they actually earned, there will also be no remainder payment on payday. In these scenarios, the amount of the over-advancement will be corrected in the subsequent pay period. Over-advancements are most commonly spurred by retroactive timecard adjustments or new, larger payroll deductions that would unexpectedly reduce an employee’s net pay relative to their gross pay.