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This tutorial will discuss distribution records and how eNETEmployer uses them to allocate an employee's work time between multiple departments. These allocated hours and amounts can then be exported to your company's General Ledger (GL). For example, if Joe worked 40 hours and you needed to split his time evenly between the Sales and Marketing departments respectively, you would create two distribution codes entitled "Sales" and "Marketing", then you would assign 20 hours to each. eNETEmployer will then split the employees wage costs and all benefit costs proportionately between the two. Refer to the Distributions help page for more details on this topic.
For this tutorial, we will create two distributions - Default and Factory. Later on when we setup the employee's earnings, we will associate the distribution to each as needed.
We will begin by entering the Default distribution details. You can use your own company data in this tutorial, or you can use the sample data (which will be used by by our sample non-Factory employees).
|Default||Name||Enable||Item||Expense Acct||Expense Description||Liability Acct||Liability Description|
|Default||Default||Yes||Federal Tax||2200||CRA Remittance|
|EI||5400||Employer's EI||2200||CRA Remittance|
|CPP||5401||Employer's CPP||2200||CRA Remittance|
|Net Pay||1070||Net Pay|
|Earning Double Time||3501||Wages|
|Earning Statutory Pay||3501||Wages|
|Ded&Ben 30% Garnish|
|Ded&Ben Group Insurance||5470||ER RRSP||2271||RRSP|
|Ded&Ben RRSP Deduction|
|Accumulator Vacation Pay|
We will continue the tutorial by adding one more distribution entitled Factory. This sample distribution can be used to allocate hours for employees who work in the company's factory.
This completes the Distributions tutorial.
Note: If you created the distributions shown in this tutorial (or a custom distribution of your own), you should also review and/or complete the Adding Employee Earnings Tutorial so that your distributions and related earnings will be associated correctly (if necessary).