Welcome to Softhard Solutions ShopMate Main Employee Payroll Module Screen Shot
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Making regular payments to employees in the ShopMate Database is a part of administering
a database system. Please note that the Employee Payroll in ShopMate is calculated
according to the Australian tax laws and tax scales!
If you are not in Australia or you are sure that ShopMate taxes your employees wrong way, do not use the Employee Payroll Module.
Each day represents an attendance time sheet which is automatically maintained by ShopMate as needed.
Following is a screen shot picture of ShopMate Main Employee Payroll Module.
By default, at start up, each employee is marked as present at work, except for employees marked as Inactive and entries made on Saturdays and Sundays. It is your responsibility to see that the entries, employee attendance and wage Approval, are correct for each day of employee operations.
All your labour products should have the ItemsInUnit property set to a number greater than one. If we assume that the Items are minutes of a Unit (one hour), you can set the ItemsInUnit to 60 (minutes). Then in an invoice you can enter e.g. 2.3 (hours) into Units and the Items (minutes) will be correctly calculated in this invoice item.
The updatable grids may contain one or more fields that are too short to display fully. You can click into these fields and the editor will display all words fully below it, formatted (even if a field is not normally updatable - if you try to update such field the editor will simply return the previous data).
Before a product is being pulled into the invoices or orders via a bar code scanning device, make sure the designated bar code field receiving the number is in focus.
Although you may, it is advisable NOT to use dot (.) character as a first letter of the product names you yourself create.