QB Issue Resolution:
Salaried workers are paid based on their annual salary you enter divided by the number of pay periods over that course of time. Example: An annual salary of $52000 would be $1000/week, $2000/bi-weekly, and $2166.67 semi-monthly (24 pay periods rather than 26) Their pay is not based on hours. Employees who are paid based on hours are not salaried but hourly.
Another example: You have two salaried employees. Their salary is the same. $500/week. One works 32 hours and one works 40. They each get the same pay because salary is not based on hours.
If you need to track hours worked by salaried employees you add an hourly payroll item at $0.00/hour and enter the number of hours in the pay period. You are probably paying an hourly rate based on timecard entry rather than the proper salary setup.
Resolution for Issue 'How do you set up the hours for salary employees?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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