Employee who has TWO contracts. One is permanent part-time year round. The other is CASUAL

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Payroll - I have an employee who has TWO contracts. One is permanent part-time year round. The other is CASUAL for three months. How do I record this in RECKON Hosted. 
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John Graetz

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Just create a new casual pay item for the employee, within the same employee record, and only use it when you need to.  Just be aware though that at times, the number of hours that you include for that particular pay, may remain as memorised hours for the next pay.  That means that on the next pay run you will have to either edit the number of hours applicable, or delete the line completely within the pay cheque.

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Wouldn’t it be easier to amend the permanent part time contract to add the additional hours for the three months.
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Glenda.  It is a simple and straight forward exercise to simply add the casual hours to a pay run, when they occur, without the need to change contract details, particularly if the casual hours per week vary.

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My employee has left full time but will be reengaged as a casual, how should I enter this?
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Hi Andrea.  My answer is similar for you as it is above.  All you have to do is enter a Casual Pay Rate, the same as any other Casual Pay Rate (which does not accrue any leave entitlements) for this employee.  In other words you will delete the salary rate information and only have a casual pay rate..
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