>>>>> "Chris" == Chris Travers <..hidden..> writes: >> You are addressing the question of recurring transactions, not the >> question of what the difference between salaried and hourly. Chris> It may be different in Canada but in the US, there are Chris> extensive rules Chris> about when salaried workers must legally get OT. That's not the point, in fact, it makes the point for there being no difference even stronger. If only hourly workers were implemented, and a recurring transaction could be configured which always filled in "40", wouldn't that solve the problem of salaried people? If they have to get OT, then you write "55", or you fill in row two, where it says, "wage*1.5" with "15" Chris> The idea of tracking employees in payroll groups where they all have Chris> the same pay types..... okay, so this is really what it's about. Not salaried vs hourly, but rather, "employees with rule X" and "employees with rule Y" (and X might include "wage is $27/hr", OT is "$39/hr after 40hr/week", while Y is "wage is $92/hr, no OT") Chris> So Chris> does salary/OT make sense as an income class? huh? I thought an income class was something like "money received by selling products" vs "money received by selling consulting"...? -- ] He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life! | firewalls [ ] Michael Richardson, Sandelman Software Works, Ottawa, ON |net architect[ ] ..hidden.. http://www.sandelman.ottawa.on.ca/ |device driver[ Kyoto Plus: watch the video <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzx1ycLXQSE> then sign the petition.
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