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Run a workers' compensation report

Learn about the Workers Compensation report.

The Workers Compensation report shows the wages paid for each class of work you've assigned to any employee. We show you how to assign a class to an employee. And how to run the report.

Assign a class to an employee

You can only assign one class to an employee. Follow the steps below.

Intuit Online Payroll Enhanced

  1. Go to Employees.
  2. Choose the employee's name.
  3. In the [Employee] Overview page, go to the Employment section. Then select Edit.
  4. Enter a workers compensation class.
  5. Select Ok.

QuickBooks Online Payroll Enhanced

  1. Select Workers, then select Employees.
  2. Select the Edit icon next to Employment.
  3. Enter the employee's workers' compensation class.
  4. Select Done.

Run the Workers' Compensation report

Run the Workers' Compensation report.

Intuit Online Payroll Enahnced

  1. Go to Reports. Then select Employer Reports.
  2. From the drop-down, select Workers' Comp.
  3. Select or enter the desired date range. Then select Update Report.
  4. Select the Wages Paid amount for a particular Workers' Compensation class to get a breakdown of wages per employee for that class. (Note: If you don't enter classes for your employees, the report is sorted by employee name.)

QuickBooks Online Payroll Enhanced

From the left menu, select Reports.

  1. In the search field, enter Workers' Compensation report. Or under All, scroll down and locate Payroll, then select Workers' Compensation Report.
  2. Change the date range as needed. Then select Run Report.
  3. Select the Wages Paid amount for a particular Workers' Compensation class to get a breakdown of wages per employee on that class. (Note: If you don't enter classes for your employees, the report is sorted by employee name.)

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