QB Issue Resolution:
Yes, you can pay two different hourly rates, MD15.
All you have to do is add an additional pay type. Here’s how:
- Click Workers.
- Click Employees.
- In the Employee list, click the employee’s name and then click Edit employee.
- Under How much do you pay [employee name] section, click Add additional pay types link.
- Click the Add an hourly rate link.
- Enter the name (E.g. Hourly 2), and the rate per hour.
- Click Done.
You can check out this article for more information: Add multiple hourly pay rates.
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Resolution for Issue 'Can I pay the same employee at two different hourly rates in one month?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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