Payroll System in VB.NET
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Payroll System In VB.NET With Source Code

Project: Payroll System in VB.NET with source code

About Project

Payroll System project is developed using VB.NET. The Project is based on the concept of managing employee’s payroll details. Talking about the project, there’s a login system which is divided into two categories; Admin and the user. The user can easily view all the employer’s information, print pay-slip, and generate pay-slip.

Whereas talking about the admin panel, the admin has full access of the system. He/she can perform various functions from the admin account. The admin can register/manage employees by providing details such as name, contact details, blood type, department, designation, position, salary and so on. Besides, the admin can also modify pay-slips, take a backup of the database, and manage staffs just by providing username and password. The system also features other essential features like notepad and calculator.

Design of this is so simple that the user won’t find difficulties while working on it. Payroll System project helps the user for easy management of payroll activities. For handling data, MS-Access is used as a database. This project is easy to operate and understood by the users. To run this project you must have installed Visual Studio IDE and Microsoft Access on your PC. Payroll System in VB.NET is free to download with source code. For the project demo, have a look at the video below.

Payroll System in VB.NET project demo

Features:

  1. Login System
  2. Manage Employees
  3. Print, Generate, Modify Pay-slip
  4. Backup Database
  5. Import and Export data (Excel)
  6. Manage staffs
LOGIN DETAILS ARE PROVIDED IN “READ ME FIRST.txt” FILE INSIDE THE PROJECT FOLDER

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How many tables does the database of this payroll system have?