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Any chance we can get the Leave Without Pay category to show up on the Payroll Verification Report. I realise it results in a zero $$ line, that is probalby why it is not showing, but it would be most beneficial to me if it did.
"Payroll Verification report and LWOP"
Agree, this is needed ASAP.
It would also be helpful to show the Calc. Rate on this report, ie the hourly rate.
It would be great if all zero$ line items would show up and one could modify the report to show or not show the items.
This also needs to show up on the payroll register reports. It will save trawling back through years of wages sheets to find out how much unpaid leave is taken, as you need to know when you are doing proper LSL calculations out of MYOB.
Yes totally agree - so frustrating that they have removed this feature from the payroll verification report!
I found this from 2015 and it appears that Unpaid or Leave Without Pay still does not show up in the Payroll Verification Report - any chance this could happen in the future? It would be awesome if we could get the "zero" lines to show on this report so we don't have to keep referring to individual payslips and only refer to the reports.
Thanks so much.
I have this issue as well and also have people on partial stand down due to Covid-19. I have set up a payroll category for these hours to allow for the correct calculation of leave accrual but it doesn't show on the payroll verification as it is a $0.
Please can you arrange for any unpaid leave eg Covid Standown to show on Payroll verification reports.
Have to agree with everyone here. Our payrolls are checked off by Director and Assistant Director and the Unpaid categories do not show on the Verification report.
This was first flagged with you in 2015. How long do we have to wait for a fix for this issue?
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