Time worked (time sheets) should integrate with QB even if an employee is not active.
If an employee punched in hours, those hours should integrate with QuickBooks, even if the employee was subsequently made inactive. Right now if an employee works Mon thru Fri, and gets laid off on Friday, the hours worked will not integrate with QuickBooks the following week, because the employee was made inactive.
Hey Edward, thanks for sharing your idea with others and providing an area to vote and comment!
Right now everything that shows up on the timesheets screen is what gets exported. So in your example, if an employee was laid off on Friday, you could filter the timesheets down to just them, export them, and get them their check quickly.
Then the next week or two when you are doing the rest of payroll for that week, that old employee would be inactive, not show up on the timesheet, and now their time will not be exported to QB and so will not be duplicated. That should work for most use cases. We feel that if there was time not displayed on the timesheets but was getting sent over then that would be very confusing. The best solution for both would be to have an option to include inactive employees on the timesheets. I think that would be a great idea but it is a little bit of a longer process.
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