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Pay Period

Author:Joshua Laff [Send Author Email]

April 22, 2001
Description:I work as a massage therapist, and created the Pay Period database to keep track of commissions earned when working for other establishments where they are the ones responsible for collecting money from clients. It has proved invaluable in making sure I'm getting paid correctly. There are two variations. One is based strictly on time, where the commission is based strictly on the length of time worked. The other is for multiple services that have their own rate of pay. The second variation can also be used to keep track of commissioned sales for a few regular items. The first variation can be easily modified to keep track of commissioned sales of regularly varying amounts. The database actually consists of multiple linked databases. The Time based variation links two databases, while the Service based variation links three. The Pay Period database keeps track of the pay periods as a whole, with each record an individual pay period. The Commissions database, accessed through the link field in Pay Period, keeps track of the actual sessions performed. Since it is a linked database, it will bring up only the sessions associated with the source link, i.e., they get grouped by pay period. This makes determining your pay check a matter of running a report at the end of the pay period. Within the records in the Service variation, service information is selected from entries in the DBPopup database, Services. Includes sample data and a ReadMe.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:No
Filters:Filter out pay periods you've received full payments for via checkboxes.
Reports:Report in commissions database, when accessed via link, tells you how much your paycheck should be.
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:pay_period.zip          Downloads: This Month 16 / Total* 1176
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename pay_period.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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