Date printed: 11-21-2017 Last updated: 09-05-2007
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EXAMPLE: TimeIPS applied 8 hours of holiday pay to Jim's account because Adjacent Days was set to No. He did not qualify for the holiday because he did not work the day before and after the holiday. Once the holiday setting was adjusted to indicate Adjacent Days were required, his 8 hours for the holiday will need to be manually deleted through the Time Edit/Report.
EXAMPLE: Lisa is the only part-time employee. Though she worked the day before and after the holiday and has met the waiting period, as a part-time employee, she should not receive the holiday pay. Instead of creating a new payroll type for her alone, you can manually adjust the holiday hours to zero once applied through her Time Edit/Report.