In this topic you will learn how to Enter No Pay - Scenario 2.
In this example the employee is scheduled to work from 6:30 PM Saturday night until 7:00 AM Sunday morning.
The employee did not clock in at his scheduled time of 6:30PM. The employee's absence is unauthorized and he will not be paid for the time missed.
Click the Xfer option on row 7 to create the link between rows 6 and 7.
Click the 1ST list item to skip the first meal deduction.
The employee clocked in at 12:30 AM Sunday morning. Because he did not clock in until after Midnight, the timesheet shows that no hours were worked on Saturday, 05/05/12. However, the timesheet does show the employee worked 6.0 hours on Sunday, 05/06/12.
You will need to link rows 6 and 7, because the 6.0 hours shown on row 7 are scheduled hours for Saturday, 05/05/12. You will enter No Pay time on row 6 for the scheduled, non-worked hours in order to create that link.
NOTE: A corresponding row must be added to designate whether the time will be paid or unpaid.
The system displays a phantom punch for the blank Out field.
The Hours column displays 5.50 No Pay hours, but the hours were not added to the Cumulative day total.
The total hours should be 5.50 based on the punch information. However, the system has taken a meal deduction on both rows 6 and 7 since total work hours on each row is greater than or equal to 5 hours.
NOTE: You may also view daily totals in the Payable Details section at the bottom of the page once the Time Admin process has run.
In this example the Skip a Meal Deduction must be selected for row 6 to correct for the system taking a meal deductions on rows 6 and 7.
The total hours in the Hours column now displays 6.0 hours rather than 5.50 hours.
You must now add a corresponding row designating whether the No Pay time will be paid or unpaid.
This completes Enter No Pay - Scenario 2.