17 votesAnonymous commented
Agreed, it would be nice to be able to have a button that says "next" along with the done button. The next button would save the information entered for the current employee's hours and then go on to the next employee's hours, without having to click done, then go down to the next employee in line and click edit, enter their hours, then click done and so on. It takes more time to do this for companies with all but a few hourly employees. PR 2012 was better in this aspect. We do like being able to see everybody in a list form, but it would be great to edit the hours and have it go to the next in line without having to go back to the list to edit each employee's hours.
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We would like to have the GL posting audit report for Payroll sort by General Ledger acct # before it prints. It currently has all accounts in a hap-hazard display, by employee. It shows each employee's accounts first and goes alphabetically to the next employee. We would like the option of having it show the first chronological GL acct #, then employees and amounts with that acct, then the next GL acct, and so on. Such as: acct 1050, A. Person $10.00, B. Person, $15.00, C. Person $20.00, etc. acct 2020, A. Person $10.00, C. Person $5.00,
Then acct 3003, B. Person $30.00, C. Person $10.00, etc.
Currently it is:
A. Person acct 1050 $10.00, acct 2020 $10.00
B. Person acct 1050 $15.00, acct 3003 $30.00
C. Person acct 1050 $20.00, acct 2020 $5.00, acct 3003 $10.00
We have to enter all these totals (a whole payroll of 40+ people) into a spreadsheet to determine totals of each GL acct. It would be nice if they were either all grouped together as they were in CMS PR 2012 or if there was a report that showed the total of EACH GL acct on the Audit report