I can answer part of your questions

When the notes method is used, all fields are required, even if ZERO (Reg OT OTx)

The notes method is very handy when “Time Collection” is done from an outside source – such as Electronic Punch Clocks – and the time / data is sum’d and put into NewViews.

I’ve done this before – when there were several hundred employees. NewViews was used only for the Payroll and cheques.


HMah wrote:

> I had to go back to my notes to review the Notes method of entering payroll. I don’t use that method, so will have to guess why you are having the problem. Ususlly if an employee payroll is ignored it’s because you are attempting to calculate payroll for a Terminated Employee (one where you have run PRTROE). Know idea why it would skip random employees who have not been terminated, unless your input info does not match the Earnings for those employees.
> Questions:
> 1. Why bother with this method of inputting hrs?
> 2. What do you feel are the advantages?
> 3. How many employees do you have and are your running more than one department (or have more than one Payroll report)?