In this lesson you will learn how to run the Wage History Report.
Click the State of Nebraska link.Step 1
Click the Payroll link.Step 2
Click the Payroll Reports link.Step 3
Click the Wage History link.Step 4
Enter the address book number of employee for which this report is being run into the Address Number of the Injured Worker field.
For this lesson enter "576979".Step 5
Beginning Range of Date - Pay Check - enter a beginning check date for the start of the 26-week wage reporting period.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 6
Ending Range of Date - Pay Check - enter an ending check date for the end of the 26-week wage reporting period.
Note: It is important to run the report on 13 bi-weekly check dates (26 total weeks) in order for the average weekly wage calculation to be accurate. The report will not work for monthly employees as the 26 weeks does not correspond to the monthly pay cycle.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 7
Requestor of the Report - enter the employee address book number.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 8
Facility/Worksite - (optional) enter information regarding the injured employee’s work location.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 9
Injury Date - (optional) enter the date of the employee’s work-related injury.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 10
Case Number - if you already have the case/claim number from the work comp carrier, enter it here so that it will print out on the report header. This field is optional.
In this lesson we are not going to change this field.Step 11
Click the OK button.Step 12
Click the OK button.Step 13
To view the report you will need to go to View Job Status. For more information go to the Reports Lesson under the System Basics training guides.
You have successfully completed this lesson.
Note: The report will list the pay date and total wages (regular, overtime, shift differential, sick, vacation, holiday) for each pay date. It will then add up the wages for all 13 bi-weekly pay periods (26 total weeks) and divide by 26 to provide the average weekly wage amount. This report can be sent directly to the workers compensation carrier as the official 26-week wage report.
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