You can enter up to eight hourly rates for each employee. The first hourly rate is always named Regular Pay. As you add each additional rate, you can name it what you want.
Any name you add for one employee's hourly pay, such as Cash Register, will be available for all other hourly employees. You can pay all these employees the same rate, or different rates. For example, a new employee working the Cash Register might earn $10 per hour, while an experienced employee working the Cash Register earns $12 per hour.
To enter an additional pay rate:
- Go to the Employees tab.
- Click the employee’s name and then click Edit in the Pay section.
- Just below the Regular Pay rate, click Add hourly rate.
- If you've set up other pay rates for other employees, click the drop-down arrow and choose one.
- To enter a new rate, click the drop-down arrow and choose Add hourly rate. Give the rate a name.
The next time you create paychecks, enter the hours worked for each hourly rate.