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Can you run a payroll report showing hours worked, OT, etc per employee summarized in one line employee for a years time instead of by pay period??

 
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Can you run a payroll report showing hours worked, OT, etc per employee summarized in one line employee for a years time instead of by pay period??

Greetings debra,

Let me help you get a report that can show employee's total regular and overtime hours.

You can run the Payroll Details report for this. The total hours will be shown at the bottom part of the report. You can select the employee's name at the top to show their summary.

Here's how:

  1. Click Reports on the left pane.
  2. Enter Payroll Details in the Go to report search box.
  3. Set the date range at the top.
  4. Select the employee's name, and click Run Report.

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Can you run a payroll report showing hours worked, OT, etc per employee summarized in one line employee for a years time instead of by pay period??

Yes I have to do a report for bonus's that has total regular hours and OT hours seperate I am running quickbooks Enterprise solutions Contractor 18 and it doesnt work for me is there a way to get this information for each active employee?

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Can you run a payroll report showing hours worked, OT, etc per employee summarized in one line employee for a years time instead of by pay period??

I'd happy to share some details about this, Concreteboys63.

 

Bonus, Overtime, and Regular Pay are three different payroll items. When running a report, these items will always have their separate row and total amounts. You can run the Payroll Item Detail report then filter it to these items to get the details you only want. 

 

Here's how to do it:

 

  1. Go to Reports at the top. 
  2. Select Employees & Payroll > Payroll Item
  3. Set the dates and click Customize Report tab
  4. Go to Filters tab and search Payroll Item under the Filter Options. 
  5. Choose Multiple Payroll Items and Pick Overtime Pay, Bonus and Regular Pay only. 
  6. Hit OK.

 

Lastly, below are the articles that might help you while working on the payroll reports:

 

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