Payroll - Employee Payroll Check History


This task is accessed from the Display additional options button on the Employee maintenance form.



This option allows inquiry into employee check history information stored by the system. Check history is displayed in check number sequence and, as shown below, details the check type and the net check amount for all payroll checks and eft payments issued to the employee. The Chk Amt column displays a total that will include all amounts stored in your defined columns, whether the column is visible or not. Complete amounts are listed on the Earnings History Report. The format is defined in the Report Code Maintenance task and may be changed with the help of your AddonSoftware dealer. It is not advisable to change the format during the current payroll year.


Employee Check History


If designated as an Administrator, you may edit the Historical Data by selecting the Display additional options... button and selecting


Edit Employee Check History

As an Administrator, when finished entering Check History Information...

  • Click to save the record.

  • Click  to add a new record at the end of  the form or to insert a new record at the current location.

  • Click to delete the record selected. A record may be deleted if all numeric data is set to zero.

If the Window is closed without saving the record, the module issues this confirmation prompt:

  • Click [Yes] to save the changes.

  • Click [No] to return to Employee Masterfile Maintenance without saving the record.

  • Click [Cancel] to return to the Check History Record you are Editing.

If more data exists than will fit on a given screen, a scroll bar is presented for navigation on the right side. Additionally you may select to "Toggle Fit Columns to Grid" to adjust the columns to fit within the display either by selecting the option from the View Dropdown, or pressing Ctrl-G while in the Grid itself.


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