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I need a report that shows employee names and hire dates

 
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QuickBooks Team

I need a report that shows employee names and hire dates

Hi debw. I've got just the solution for you. Your best option would be to run an Employee Contact List report. After that, you'd customize it to include the hire date.I'll go ahead and list the instructions on how to do both below for you. I'm going to also leave a small video that showcases these steps.

 

Run the Report

  1. On the left side of the screen, click Reports
  2. Search for Employee
  3. Then, Select Employee Contact List
  4. Now the report should appear

Customize the Report

  1. In the top right corner, select  Customize
  2. Expand the Rows/Columns section and then click Change columns
  3. Scroll down then, click Hired Date
  4. Then just hit Run Report

Now you're good to go! The hire date will be displayed on the far right. Be sure to let me know if you need anything else.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I need a report that shows employee names and hire dates

I have QBO Plus, and the above instructions do not apply.  The Employee Directory report cannot be customized.  How do I generate a new hire report in QBO Plus?  Thank you.

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QuickBooks Team

I need a report that shows employee names and hire dates

Good evening, @strdwmn

 

I hope you're enjoying the day so far. 

 

I've included the steps below to generate a new hire report for QuickBooks Online Payroll.

 

1. Go to Reports and search for Employee Details

 

 

2. You can select the Share dropdown to have the option to export to Excel or print. 

 

 

Check out the details outlined in How to get a new hire report

 

Let me know if you have additional questions or concerns. I'm here to help you every step of the way. Feel free to reach out to the Community or me anytime you need assistance. Take care! 

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I need a report that shows employee names and hire dates

That is the report I am currently using and exporting to Excel.  I was hoping for a better option since the hire date is merged in the same cell with other data; it requires a detailed review of each employee to locate the desired hire date range.  I could create Excel formulas to find and extract needed information, but since employee count is low, I'll just eye-ball it.  Thanks for trying!

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