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Time & Attendance Best Practices: Handling Retroactive Calculations

White Paper Published By: Workforce Software
Workforce Software
Published:  May 26, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  9 pages

Retroactive calculations are often required in time and attendance applications. Retroactive calculation refers to the process of recalculating prior period timesheets in order to correct errors or recalculate timesheets according to new or updated policies.

The subject of retroactive calculations is an important one because timesheets are often turned in with errors. In other situations, a policy change is made effective retroactively, thus requiring whole groups of timesheets to be recalculated.

Download this white paper to learn more about retroactive calculations. 

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retroactive calculations, timesheets, policy change, payroll