How can I use Tsheets imported data to get different pay rates for different jobs?

We do prevailing wage work as well as contract work. My employees get paid at different rates depending on which job they are working at. How can I set up my jobs so that the correct rate gets assigned to the correct job when importing their hours from Tsheets?

Right now, I can do this manually per job. I want to find a way that when an employee clocks in at job A, the hours at that job are billed at the rate for job A automatically.


QB payroll will do this by using two different Payroll Items:

Hourly Pay <== Smith Job and everyone except Jones Job

Davis/Bacon Hrly <== Jones Job

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