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Accounting for Time Data on a Salaried Employee
Our technicians are all on a salary.
In a two week period one technician may log 40 hours on his timesheets that we cost against a job or he may log 50 or 60 hours depending on this workload. (The rest of the time he spends in the shop, which is time that we don't log)
Presently I have to calculate how much money to add to his time reported via timesheets in order to pay him his regular twice a month paycheck, which is not variable.
Any ideas on how to automate this process?