1. Note 502
  2. Normal Pay Period 503
    Muli allows for differing bases for pay periods, including day?, week, fortnight. F = Fortnightly, monthly.
  3. 505 Employment Type
    This code records the employment status of the RPC, ie Casual, Full-time, Part-time, etc. The choices may appear limited but this is due to the limited classifications used by the Australian Tax Office.
  4. Charge-out 507
    The description to appear on a charge-out invoice for services provided.
    This is the employment grouping used for determining the employees chargeout code for work invoiced to clients, eg: Exec.
  5. Work Classification 508
    The internal work classification type used in the employment contract. For example, Staff (Monthly), Administration (Weekly) etc.
    This definition has a predefined set of pay sequence codes that are applied to the employee to start the payroll setup. The list should not include Superannuation, Pay method, etc that are subject to individual employee requirements.
  6. Follow-up type 509
    Within the management of employees, there is a need to follow-up on receipt of information on verification that activities occur. This code allows to set a priority to follow-up and date.
  7. Union Code 517 – What union is the RPC represented by.
  8. Termination Type 519 – What format did the termination take.
  9. Units or Process Type 524
  10. Superfund Type 525
  11. SBR State Payroll 526
  12. Pre-fill Timesheet Method 533
    This controls the way the timesheet is set up and what data is rolled over from the previous sheet, eg: C = clear timesheet each pay.
    Key default use S(skip) = which will keep previous data.
  13. Timesheet Approver 535
    This may be a genuine role. Approval may be done by line items or under each day. However, the timesheet is not considered approved until the bottom lefthand box has been authorised, eg: L = Line Manager.
  14. Timesheet Control 537