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  • Anonymous User

    Hi @Saroj Virdee​ 

    If the employee is contracted for 48 hours, I would ensure that 24 are scheduled in the employment details page and 24 are scheduled in the ME. It doesn't really matter which days as long as they don't overlap.

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  • Sophie Waters

    Hi @Saroj Virdee​ 

    Unfortunately unless the employees are scheduled on the rota the super journal will not be adjusted.

    We can set the super journal to look at hours so half the hours can be scheduled in site A and the other half in site B as an ME and the super journal will then Process half and half.

     

    You can enter the hours into the employment details page and the ME so that these hours feed through to the rota each week and don't need to be entered each week on the rota.

    If you don’t want their cost to be included in the Rota wage cost we can exclude their job title.

    Hope this helps

    Kindest Debbie

     

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  • Saroj Virdee

    I think this would work, if I enter the hours in the multiple employment page, this will automatically feed thru to the superjournal?​

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  • Anonymous User

    Hi @Saroj Virdee​ Yes as they will be in the rota.

    I will ensure your super journal is configured to cross charge hours.

    Thanks

    Debbie

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  • Saroj Virdee

    Thankyou @Debbie Thomas​ , can I split half days on Multiple employment?​

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  • Sophie Waters

    Hi @Saroj Virdee​ 

    I believe this is because the employee has not been added to the Home Rota and therefore the Super Journal is not picking up the cross charge.

    The cost is being split in the analysis page.

    Kind regards

    Debbie

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  • Saroj Virdee

    If I set the hours on the multiple employment I was under impression this would be done automatically, without having to enter hours onto the rotas.​

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  • Saroj Virdee

    Hello @Debbie Thomas​ ,

    I did as you mention but unfortunately it did not work, the superjournal did not split her salary in half. ​

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  • Hi @Saroj Virdee​,

     

    I hope you don't mind me jumping in on this thread - Did you manage to resolve the above? Just wanted to check 😊

     

    Best,

    Rozz

    Fourth

     

     

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  • Saroj Virdee

    Hello Rozz,

     

    Unfortunately this has not been sorted, please can you help. ​

     

    Kind Regards

     

    Saroj

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  • Hi @Saroj Virdee​,

     

    Absolutely! I've just worked with the lovely @Debbie Thomas​ to have another look for you 😊

     

    When setting up the shift code in the Multiple Employment, have you set up the shift as 'On'? If so, I would recommend setting it as a specific time (this can be created as a Shift Code). This will enable Rotas to read the number of hours in the schedule, whereas 'On' is undefined when it comes to hours. 

     

    If you also have 24 hours scheduled in the Employment Details page and 24 scheduled in the Multiple Employment (as referred to above), this will make it automatic without having to add hours manually. 😊

     

    I hope that helps! Let us know how you get on!

     

    Best,

    Rozz & @Debbie Thomas​ 

    Fourth

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  • Saroj Virdee

    Hello Rozz,

     

    Thankyou for your help, I have setup this as instructed, can I check the multiple employment has worked before submitting the payroll?

    @Debbie Thomas​ .

     

    Thanks Saroj​

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  • Sophie Waters

    Hi @Saroj Virdee​ The information should show in Managers borrowed and lent in the analysis page. The full salary will be charged to the home site and a credit will be visible from the ME as Manager lent.

    In the ME location there will be a cost for manager borrowed.

    Thanks

    Debbie

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  • Chloe Ward

    @WFM Solution​ @Rozz Chowdhury​ @Fourth Community​ 

    Hi All,

     

    I have also struggled with this issue for months. I am trying to figure out a way to split an area chef's salary equally across 7 sites. i want this to be an automatic cost that gets split to each site every week so that it shows in managers borrowed and lent. I have been advised to try multiple employment and directed to a cross charging article but nothing seems to work. I have also tried adding new multiple employment following your suggestion above but i cannot specify how many hours i would like scheduled per week? We have previously tried setting up a shift rate but this does not seem to pull through on to the sites rotas.

     

    Any help on this would be much appreciated!

    Many thanks

    Chloe

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  • Anonymous User

    Hi @Chloe Ward​ 

    Creating the multiple employment will enable the area chef to be scheduled on all rotas.

    You will need to schedule the number of hours that equate to the amount you wish to cross charge. If the chef works 49 hours you would schedule 7 hours per site (7 sites) across the week.

    You must ensure that the Area Chefs Job title is included in the Rota Wage cost. Configure Locations > Select site > Job titles with Salary included > Ensure the job title is ticked.

    The borrowed and lent will populate but this is only a guide and depending on the rota setting that divides salary across the week.

    You will also need to ensure your Super Journal is configured to cross charge hours.

    If you would like to discuss this further, please book on an #Askfourth and speak to a Solution Consultant.

    Kind regards

    Debbie

    Fourth

     

     

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