PRJBASCN Payroll Job Analysis Report

Job Analysis Report

Application Overview

 A job is a particular project or activity for which expenses are being tracked or sales are being billed to.  When a payroll distribution is entered into the Payroll package, the payroll wage expense amount can be distributed among the appropriate jobs.  These distributions are posted to the Job History file and are printed out on the Job Analysis Report.

 The report shows the total Accounts Payable and Payroll expenses incurred by each different job, the total Accounts Receivable billed to each different job, and if the report is printed in detail format, it will further break down the expenses and sales by accounts, showing detail of the expense and sales distributions.

If the Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable packages are being used, they will also contribute distributions to the report.

 If the Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable packages are in use, and the Print A/P or A/R Job Info? flags in Payroll Setup are set to Y, distributions from those packages will appear on the report.

 Actual billings from A/R and Expenses from A/P and PR are accumulated on this report and compared against the budgets in the Job Code file.


Run Instructions

 Select Job Analysis Report from the pull down PR Reports window.  The following screen will then be displayed:

 

 

Job Analysis Report Entry Screen

The following options are available:

    • Select the desired mode from the Job Analysis Report menu bar
    • Enter the data requested on the screen

     To return to the menu bar, press the ESC or F10 key. To leave this application, press X for EXIT when positioned at the menu bar.

     

    Entry Field Descriptions

     

    Name

    Type and Description

    1.  Starting Job No

    6 alphanumeric characters.

    Enter the first job to appear on the report.

    This field defaults to All.

    2.  Ending Job No

    6 alphanumeric characters.

    Enter the last job to appear on the report 

    This field defaults to the starting job number to make it easy to print the report for a single job.

    3.  Starting Date

    A date in the standard date format.

    Enter the beginning date of the period for which the report is to be printed.

    This field defaults to the system date.

    4.  Ending Date

     

    A date in the standard date format.

    Enter the ending date of the period for which the report is to be printed.

    This field defaults to the starting date to make it easy to print the report for a single date.

    5.  Print Detail ?

    Y or N.

    Enter whether you want the report to print in detail format or not. If you answer N the report will print in summary format, and will not show detailed distributions.

    This field defaults to Y.



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