Save admin time, and don't worry! We can integrate to any payroll software.
Today, in order to face financial hardships, an overwhelming number of French employees resort to loans or simply end up in negative. This frequently leads to large debts.
Advance payment is a right for every employee. With Rosaly the company lets the employee access part of its earned salary throughout the month. It is the best way to face financial hardships and unexpected expenses.
Set up is hard and cumbersome for companies
The process is too slow and requires a lot of effort
It is often intimidating for employees to request their pay earlier in the month
The process is fully digitalized and automated
The employee receives the requested amount immediately, since Rosaly provides the funds
At fingertips reach
Process is as quick as a single tap in our app
Rosaly is compatible with most payment tools and platforms.
It's painlessly and fully integrated into your paycheck process!
Rosaly provides the funds for earned wage payment requests.
We can integrate to any payroll software.
per employee & per month
*Starting at 3€ | Depending on the size of the company
Cost of absenteeism
3 051 000€
Employees facing financial stress
Savings done with Rosaly
Visible end of month balance
Real-time deposit instantly available
Advice on managing expenses and down payment requests
They support us
Yes, the company pays for Rosaly. Employees can make as many down payment requests as they wish, within the limit of the unlockable percentage set by the employer. One paid feature exists, for employees who need to instantly receive the money in their bank account, and which allows us to cover the cost of this option.
Legally, an employee must wait until the 15th of the current month to request it. With Rosaly, he can apply at any time, from the first day worked in the month. To do this, all they have to do is connect to their Rosaly personal space via the mobile application or the dedicated internet portal.
"An earned wage request is the advance payment of part of your monthly remuneration. It’s different from an advance on salary, since the sum paid to you by your employer corresponds to the remuneration of the work that you have already done." (source: economie.gouv.fr)