- How to adjust a salary for one pay period without updating their salary information
- How to pay a salaried employee part of their normal regular pay
- Push Web App
- Click Employees tab
- In the Active Employee List, use the Search box to find the employee
- Click the Pencil to the left of the employee's name under Edit
- Scroll down and click Add/Update Salary
- Click Prorate Salary
- Input the Proration Date, this date can be any date within the pay period you want to pay the employee
- Click Prorate
- Input the Total Hours worked for the prorated salary, for example, 20 hours
- Enter Total dollar Amount to be paid to the employee
- Click Add Prorated Salary
Suppose you update a salaried employee's rate of pay or change an hourly paid employee to a salaried position, and the new rates start date is in the middle of a pay period. In that case, you will need to Prorate the employee's salary.
If a salaried employee is taking actual vacation days, you will have to Prorate the employee's salary in order to avoid overpaying the employee.
If your pay period is June 10th - June 23rd, the employee's salary is paid $45,000 for an entire year. In this pay period, the employee will only work five days. for the biweekly period, which is only forty hours.
$45,000/ 2080 (Yearly Hours) = $21.63 hourly
$21.63 x 40 hours worked in the pay period = $865.38
If you click the Pay Full Salary, you will pay the employee's entire salary.
Please note, that only Super Administrators and Team Administrators with permissions will be able to Prorate a salary.
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