Need to Record Regular and Overtime Hours? Use Input Type Codes

Discussion created by John_George Employee on May 13, 2014
You can use different ways to implement regular and overtime time entry for your company. One common implementation involves setting up input type codes. These codes may be used for payroll purposes. If your company uses these codes, they can be made available on user timesheets.
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