Pay Advice Leave Accrual

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Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Is there any way to permanently fix the accrual leave hours to not have a $ sign in front of them when preparing a pay advice?

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Hi @mrshanna 

 

Thanks for your post.  Can you please send me a screenshot of where this is showing up on the pay advice? When I replicate the Payroll advice report in my program I do not have the $ showing.  Which version of the software are you on? 

 

Let me know how you're going with this and I'll further assist. 

 

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

when i export it to excel it shows accrued hours without the $ sign however at ytd total accrual has a $ sign in front of it, it is so frustrating!!  refer to yellow highlighted area on attached excel doc

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Also while you're looking at that, how do you get card id & none to stop coming through on pay advices, it always appears just before gross pays

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Hi @mrshanna 

 

The reason the hours doesn’t have the $ is due to it being based on hours not a dollar amount.  The YTD has the $ in front of the YTD amount paid, which is meant to be this way and cannot be removed.  The card ID and ‘none’ can be deleted within Excel. You cannot automatically remove this within the report.

 

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

it doesn't really explain because the figure in leave accrual ytd is actually the amount of hours the staff member has, it should not be represented as a $ as it is actually the amount of hours they have not the $ value of their hours, could this be a fault in the system

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Hi @mrshanna 

 

Sorry just need to clarify, are you saying that the YTD $2,762.50 is the amount of hours they have accrued? 

 

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

yes it is hours, that is just a dummy employee I used to show you an example

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

Thanks for clarifying @mrshanna. The YTD cells in Excel are formatted to be $ cells, this can be removed after the report has been run, however not on the template file.

 

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Re: Pay Advice Leave Accrual

thanks, hopefully this will be on your to do list for future upgrades

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