- Why does An Employee's Paystub Show A Different Hourly Rate After I Updated It In The Middle Of The Pay Period?
- I changed my employees rate of pay in the middle of a pay period, why is it not reflecting those changes?
- Why is an employees paystub showing a blended rate?
- Push Web App
If you are increasing an hourly employee's rate and the start date is in the middle of a pay period, the employee's paystub will reflect a blended hourly rate between the old rate of pay and the new rate of pay.
To review how Push calculates the blended rate, below is an example:
Payroll Run: Dec 25 - Jan 7
Dec 25 - Dec 31 $10 x hour (20 hrs worked) = $200
Jan 1 - Jan 7 $11 x hour (30 hrs worked) = $330
Total Hours: 50 hrs worked
Total Wage Earned: $530
Hourly wage shown in pay stub will be: $530 / 50 hrs = $10.60
We recommend generating the Audit Clock Approvals Report to review the clock entries associated with the employee to see the the days worked that are associated with the different rate of pays.
If you wish for future pay periods to show the rate of pays separately and not blended, please have a Super Administrator contact the Push Support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.