Labor Punches generates payroll data for a specified period of time. This report can be used to create paychecks or can be downloaded and sent to a payroll provider. 


The Labor Punches is compatible with the following payroll providers: Alliance, Heartland, Netchex, Paycom, Paycom Tip Reduction, Paycom Tip Report, Paycom Without Headers, Paylocity, Paylocity Tip Report, Stratex, and VibeMosaic.


Important Note: While R365 provides labor information at no additional charge, your payroll provider might charge service fees. Please check with your provider before transferring data.


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  1. In the Reports section of the left navigation pane, select My Reports.
    The My Reports screen appears.
  2. At the top of the My Reports screen, select Labor.
    The screen generates a list of reports in alphabetical order.
  3. Locate Labor Punches.
  4. Select Customize to adjust the report parameters and run the report.


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Report Parameters


While the first Labor Punches Report is more of a general report, the other Labor Punches Reports and Exports are specifically designed for the payroll provider listed. The additional parameters can be used to filter the report by date, job type, and more. There are five different sets of report parameters that can be adjusted to provide a more specific export for your Payroll Provider. 


Generic



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Job TypeLabor operational reporting categories associated with the GL accounts assigned to jobs. Users can select one or more Job Types by which to filter the report.
6JobJobs for which to generate data. Users can select one or more jobs to include in the report.
7Other Pay
If set to Yes, an Other Pay column displays amounts owed to the employee for any reason not covered by regular pay, overtime pay, and penalty pay.
8Identify MinorsIf set to Yes, the word 'Minor' appears next to all employees who are under a certain age.
9Mask Payroll ID to Last 4 DigitsIf set to Yes, only the last four digits of the Payroll ID are shown in the report.
10View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
11RunGenerates the report.
The green arrow button opens a drop-down from which users can Export, Email, or Print the report.



Netchex and Stratex



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Job TypeLabor operational reporting categories associated with the GL accounts assigned to jobs. Users can select one or more Job Types by which to filter the report.
6JobJobs for which to generate data. Users can select one or more jobs to include in the report.
7View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
8RunGenerates the report.
The green arrow button opens a drop-down from which users can Export, Email, or Print the report.



Alliance and VibeMosaic



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Job TypeLabor operational reporting categories associated with the GL accounts assigned to jobs. Users can select one or more Job Types by which to filter the report.
6JobJobs for which to generate data. Users can select one or more jobs to include in the report.
7TipTypeIf Include Tips is selected, the report includes earnings based on tips in addition to worked hours.
If No Tips is selected, the report only includes earnings based on worked hours.
8View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
9DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



Heartland



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Amount TypeAllows the user to choose whether the report displays dollar amounts or hours worked.
6Include Job CodeIf Yes is selected, the Job Code appears in the report.
If No is selected, the Job Code does not appear in the report.
7View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
8DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



Paycor and Whirks


FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
6DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.




Paylocity



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Location CenterPaylocity cost center number assigned to the location. Check your Paylocity configuration to determine which number should be used.
6Job CenterPaylocity cost center number assigned to the job. Check your Paylocity configuration to determine which number should be used.
7View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
8DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



Paylocity Tip Report



FieldDescription
1StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
2EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
3Percentage Of SalesThe percentage of total sales to be allocated to and distributed as tips.
4LocationsLocations to include in the report.
5Cost Center 1Organizes cost center data by location, by job code, or neither (blank).
6Cost Center 2Organizes cost center data by location, by job code, or neither (blank).
7View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
8DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



Paylocity Webpay Universal Payroll Export



FieldDescription
1Filter ByLocation reporting category by which to filter the report.

Options in the Filter By menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
2FilterAllows users to apply one or more filter options from the location reporting category that they selected in the Filter By menu. The selected filters determine which locations appear in the generated report.

For example, if Filter By is set to Region, the Filter menu might include options such as North, South, East, and West. A user can select West to display all locations belonging to this reporting category.

Options that appear in the Filter menu are configurable and specific to your organization. For more information, see System Preferences: Location Reporting Categories and Location Record: Reporting Categories.
3StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
5Location Center

Determines which column includes location cost center data. Each Cost Center must have a different column selected (1, 2, or 3).

6Job Center

Determines which column includes job cost center data. Each Cost Center must have a different column selected (1, 2, or 3).

7Department Cost Center

Determines which column includes department cost center data. Each Cost Center must have a different column selected (1, 2, or 3). 


Department is only available to customers who are using the R365 Scheduling module.

8View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
9DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



Paycom, Paycom Tip Reduction, Paycom Tip Report, and Paycom Without Headers



FieldDescription
1Locations Locations to include in the report.
2StartFirst date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
3EndLast date to include in the report. The Start and End date fields create a date range for which to generate data for the report.
4View optionsProvides the user with options to select, save, edit, or delete a report view.
For more information about these controls, see My Reports: Using My Reports.
5DownloadDownloads the report to the user's device.



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Report Columns


The image below provides a breakdown of report columns based on the general Labor Punches Report.



ColumnDescription
Operational Reporting CategoryOperating reporting categories broken down into item categories and then into items.
EmployeeName of the employee.
Payroll IDUnique number used to identify the employee for the purpose of processing payroll.
InTime when the employee started the shift.
OutTime when the employee ended the shift.
LocationLocation where the employee worked the job.
JobName of the job that the employee worked.
Reg HrsNumber of hours that the employee worked at a regular rate.
Hours are reported as a decimal. Example: 4 hours and 15 minutes appears as 4.25.
OT HrsNumber of hours that the employee worked at an overtime rate.
Hours are reported as a decimal. Example: 4 hours and 15 minutes appears as 4.25.
Tot HrsTotal number of hours that the employee worked.
Hours are reported as a decimal. Example: 4 hours and 15 minutes appears as 4.25.
Reg PayAmount owed to the employee for hours worked at a regular rate.
Reg Pay = Reg Hrs x OT Rate Reg
OT PayAmount owed to the employee for hours worked at an overtime rate.

OT Pay = OT Hrs x OT Rate
Penalty PayAmount owed to the employee due to the break penalty.
Other PayAmount owed to the employee for any reason not covered by regular pay, overtime pay, double time pay, and penalty pay.
Total PayTotal amount owed to the employee for the specified date, including regular pay, overtime pay, double time pay, penalty pay, and all others.


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Email, Export, or Print the Report



This report can be emailed, exported, or printed in custom formatting directly from the reporting window. Click here to learn how to send, export, or print this report.


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