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- New contracts, promotions, annual raises or transfers mean the employee is paid at a different rate.
- Change rates any time before the rate becomes effective.
- The new rate is used for all labor resource entries on or after the effective date.
- For rates with the same name, only one rate is allowed for a single time period.
- Be sure to use expiration dates and use new rates to ensures calculations using these rates are correct. Only changing the old rate recalculates existing labor resource entries and leads to unreliable results.
- Add rates for overtime and holidays.