My recommendation is to use a macro to update the payrates on the paycodes you rolled down. Basically when recording the macro you need to choose the Employee ID, the Paycode, then Blank out the Based on Paycode, and then fill in the Based On Paycode again. This will pull your payrate into the paycode properly. Then save, and clear the record.
I agree that using Holiday Pay Type works great for the code that will be at full pay rate.It also works well to use an Overtime Pay Type for the code(s) with 2/3 pay rate. Base it on the REG paycode, and with a pay factor of .66Sherlene SorensonImplementation Consultant (Specialize in GP HR & Payroll)Columbus
Dear Chris and Terry,
We are a local government and are not eligible for the tax credit. I am of course tracking everything because FEMA may issue some relief down the road. The Integrity Data blog is a great resource. Thank you to everyone for your insight and expertise.
Denise McCaughan, CDM
Administration Support Manager
Cedar Hammock Fire Control District
The IRS guidance for the Covid-19 sick pay is suggesting longer text in box 14 of the W2.
Is there an option to increase the box 14 label length in GP 2016?
Hi @Anthony Pearson
How long is the current field and how long did you want it to be?
This could probably be increased with a small customisation. It is something that you could do with GP Power Tools.
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