

 
Pay Rates 

People can have a variety of pay rates, which provide several methods to correctly calculate their pay. For example, MATTHEWS, John William in Angling Adventures (Demo) has these pay rates: (Press the 'More >>' button to see additional rates).
Hourly Rates / WagesPeople are paid their Ordinary Time using their hourly rate. (using T1  Ordinary Time). This calculates the payment by multiplying the hours entered on a timesheet transaction by the persons Hourly Rate. Note: Everyone is paid based on a number of hours, even salaried staff. (The number of hours are required for costing reports and leave calculations). Monthly PaysPeople on a monthly pay are typically paid the same each month, even though some months have more working days in them than others.
These can be set up against a persons Timesheet Template. For people who are paid on the basis of their actual hours worked in the month, work out the actual number of hours to pay and enter that on the persons timesheet.
PartTime or Casual PeoplePartTime and Casual people are paid in exactly the same way as full timers. The only difference is the number of hours entered on the timesheet transaction.
PartTime or Casual Salaried StaffSometimes part time or casual staff are employed on a contract specifying an annual salary. Set up these staff by recording the Full Time Equivalent Annual Salary and the Full Time Hours per Week against the person. To pay their salary record the number of hours to pay and a T1  Ordinary Time Payment. Overtime T1.5 and T2TimeandaHalf and DoubleTime are calculated in exactly the same way as Ordinary Time, except that the amount is multiplied by 1.5 or 2 respectively.
Fixed Rate OvertimeSome employment contracts specify a fixed overtime rate. This rate can be recorded in a persons Rate 2 field. Then to pay overtime at this fixed rate record the number of hours worked on a timesheet transaction and select Payment R2  Overtime (Rate 2). This calculates the amount as the Hours entered multiplied by the persons Rate 2. Note that the R2 payment is reported as an Overtime payment.
Multiple Pay RatesSome employment contracts specify different rates of pay for different work. There are two ways to calculate these payments:
Adding new Payments for different Pay RatesWe have set up standard payment codes that you can enter on timesheets to use Rate 2. (See payments J2  Second Job and R2  Overtime (Rate 2) ). To use other rates, you will have to set up a special payment to calculate using the appropriate rate  follow a similar set up to J2 or R2.
Multiple JobsPeople may be employed to perform two or more jobs, and be paid different rates for each job. To calculate these payments record the pay rate for the 'main' job against the persons Pay Rate. For the second job use Rate 2, and so on. To calculate a payment for a persons second job use Payment J2  Second Job. This calculates the amount by multiplying the hours by the persons Rate 2. Note that the J2 payment is reported as an Ordinary Time payment.
Piece WorkSome people are employed on a 'piece work' basis, e.g. they are paid based on the number of items manufactured rather than an hourly wage. These people won't have any hours on their Timesheet Template. They will have some form of 'Piece Work' payment entered each pay day on their timesheet. To calculate and pay piece work, you must set up a special payment. Set the Calculation Rule to "Use Rate Amount from Payment Details", and the Rate Amount to the piece work rate per item. Then, to make Piece work payments to a person, enter the number of items in the Quantity field on a timesheet and select your piece work payment from the dropdown list.  
