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  • Payroll expenses can be recognized in the Cost Accounting, Equipment, General Ledger, or Work Order subledgers based on either the date worked, or the pay period ending date. In the General Ledger, payroll journals are dated with either the pay period ending date, or the check date.
  • Multiple pay calculation types are available including:
    • Hourly paid
    • Fixed salary
    • Variable salary
  • Employees can transfer between employer companies and retain the same employee number when the employer companies have the same federal identification number.
  • Employee purchase type deduction transactions can be entered directly or generated from the Accounts Payable or Inventory modules.
  • Multiple methods determine the General Ledger expense account associated with an employee’s payroll based on the subledger distribution or user-defined override parameters.
  • Payroll expenses are separated into three categories:
    • Earnings add to gross pay
    • Deductions subtract from gross pay
    • Contributions are employer paid expenses that do not directly affect an employee’s pay
  • Earning code definitions for all types of earnings.
  • Automatic inclusion of “extra earnings” (not entered on an employee’s timecard) based on the employee group (union), and the cost center to which these earnings are charged.
  • Deduction code definition for all types of deductions.
  • Automatic inclusion of deductions based on the employee’s group (union), and the cost center to which the earnings are charged.
  • Easy definition of employee specific deductions such as garnishments, voluntary deductions, etc.
  • Contribution code definition for all types of contributions.
  • Automatic inclusion of contributions based on the employee’s group (union), and the cost center to which the earnings are charged.
  • An employee’s time can be charged to a specified destination ledger at an hourly rate which represents the actual payroll cost, the average annual hourly rate for salaried employees, or a standard cost rate. The standard cost rate can be defined at the employee, employee group, grade, or class level.
  • Employees can be accessed by employee number or by keywords built from the employee’s name.
  • Department codes associate an employee to a department.
  • Timecard parameters facilitate the customization of the timecard entry programs to match the requirements of each customer.
  • Automatic generation of timecard transactions for “overhead” type employees.
  • Entry of “add pay” type transactions to cover employee bonuses, subsistence pay, etc.
  • Complete validation of all payroll transactions before initiating the export process minimizes potential errors based on user entered data elements.
  • Offset entries can be generated to an employee’s “home” department when his hours are expensed to other destination ledgers.
  • On-line inquiry for employee benefits showing values accrued versus values taken, e.g., sick leave or vacation.
  • Multi-level On-line Inquiry of Employee Activity
  • Preprint option for employee timecards based on the last crew on which the employee worked, or on user-defined crew assignments.
  • User-defined criteria for purging transactions.

Other Applications

The following applications are designed to work hand-in-hand with Labor Distribution:

"Labor Distribution" is part of the System 20/20 line of products, developed by Construction Information Systems.