The ChangeWhen setting up a multiple employment job for a salaried employee whose multiple employment is the same job title as their main job title the system will now hide the pay amount box and automatically calculate the manages lent and borrowed figures based on the employee’s salary on their main job.
Release Date: 17-Sep-2015
Reason for the ChangeThis change was introduced to resolve the issues around users needing to enter Zero pay rates for salaried multiple employees resulting in incorrect managers lent and borrowed figures and to ensure the rota is not displaying the employees hours multiplied by their weekly salary, therefore inflating the wage cost.
Customers AffectedAll People System customers.
Release NotesWhen setting up a salaried employee with a multiple employment record where their multiple employment job is the same as their main job the pay amount text box will no longer appear and the system will automatically calculate the managers lent and borrowed figures based on the employee’s salary against their main job.
Fig 1 – Employment Details
- For example, if the employee’s main job is salaried as a Kitchen Porter and they are paid £10,000.00 per annum as above. When creating a Multiple Employment record (as below) with the same Job Title (Kitchen Porter), the pay amount box will no longer appear, you will only need to click save.
Fig 2 – Multiple Employment Record
- If the employee then works in both their main and multiple employment job(s), the managers lent and borrowed figures will be calculated on the Rota Analysis Screen based on the salary of their main job as shown below.
Fig 3 – Rota Analysis Screen by Employee
- Any multiple employments set up for salaried employees to a different job title will have the ability to enter an hourly rate as per job title settings.
Note: If you wish to pay salaried employees overtime for their multiple employment jobs please continue to use the overtime and contract functionality in order to do this.