Pay Stub missing info - help please!
I have some employees who want to be able to see on each of their pay stubs what their Vac Pay Rate is and how much Vac Pay they've accrued in each pay period. Is there any way of doing this?
I have already selected the Preferences option to print Vacation Used and Vacation Available, but this only provides YTD totals on the pay stub and doesn't show the Vacation Pay rate (which in our case varies from 4-8% depending on length of employment).
Currently, if an employee wants to confirm that their Vac Pay was accrued correctly, they have to deduct the Vac Accrued YTD total on one pay cheque from the YTD on the previous pay cheque, calculate what the vac pay should have been, and see if the figures match. This seems unnecessarily complicated (and mathematically challenging for some - not all of us are into numbers). It gets even more complicated when part of their Vac Pay is paid out on the paycheque and even I'm daunted at figuring out how to check the calculations in that situation. Though I have faith in QB doing the calculations correctly - staff are less trusting.
I'm guessing I could set up individual Vac Pay-Accrued items for each vac pay rate - one for 4%, one for 5%, one for 6%, etc. But that doesn't solve the problem of QB not printing the actual amount of vacation accrued on the pay stub.
This has become a union issue - the union has recently completed bargaining and will soon demand that this information be included on pay stubs.
Is QB Pro 2009 Payroll set up to do this? If so, how? If not, isn't this something that should be addressed?
Again - any light you experts can shed on this problem would be much appreciated.