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Use wage tables to pay employees different rates based on the project they are working on, the type of work they are performing, their employee type, or for specific employees. For example, you may be required to pay the prevailing wageThe hourly wage, usual benefits and overtime, paid in the largest city in each county to the majority of workers, laborers, and mechanics. Prevailing wages are established by the Department of Labor and Industries for each trade and occupation employed in the performance of public work. They are established separately for each county and are reflective of local wage conditions. to a survey crew working on a union project.
If using wage rate tables, you can force Ajera to use the regular pay rate set in the wage rate table or use the highest wage rate, either the employee's standard rate or the regular rate set in the wage rate table.
For example, if $22.00 per hour is the pay rate for an employee and Project 101 is using a wage rate table that has the employee type at $45.00 per hour, the pay rate of $45.00 is retrieved when the employee works on Project 101 as that employee type. If the employee works on the same project but with an employee type that does not have a rate on the wage rate table, the employee's standard pay rate of $22.00 per hour is retrieved. If the employee works on a different project with a pay rate of $18.00 per hour on the wage table, the rate of $22.00 is retrieved.
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