What is a Pay code? What is it used for?
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Pay codes are labels used to identify pay rate multipliers. The purpose of pay codes is to help you identify what rate multiplier is being applied to the users' time.
Pay codes are used in:
Time off is typically paid at the user's regular (x1) rate. But, a company might, for example, create a time off type that uses a double time pay code, that can be used when a holiday falls on an employee's regular day off.
You can select which pay code is used for users regular hours. This pay code will be used in all calculations involving regular hours (for example, calculations involving overtime and timesheet validation rules). By default, the Regular Time (x1) pay code is assigned to regular hours.
To change the pay code used for regular hours: