# Regular Pay Examples

Use the regular pay examples for employee pay rates.

Prevailing wage=\$18, Cash fringe=\$5, Health & welfare=\$2

Employee A is typically paid \$10/hour

Employee B is typically paid \$20/hour

Employee C is typically paid \$30/hour

‘Default employee pay rate (Y, N, H)?’ is set to N:

Employee A will be paid \$18/hour + \$3 CF [\$5 - \$2]

Employee B will be paid \$18/hour + \$3 CF [same]

Employee C will be paid \$18/hour + \$3 CF [same]

‘Default employee pay rate (Y, N, H)?’ is set to H and new box is cleared:

Employee A will be paid \$18/hour + \$3 CF [same]

Employee B will be paid \$20/hour + \$3 CF [same]

Employee C will be paid \$30/hour + \$3 CF [same]

‘Default employee pay rate (Y, N, H)?’ is set to H and the Track prevailing wage benefits checkbox is selected:

Employee A will be paid \$18/hour + \$3 CF [same calculation as above since employee rate is not higher]

Employee B will be paid \$20/hour + \$1 CF [\$5 - \$2 – (\$20 - \$18)]

Employee C will be paid \$30/hour + no CF [zero since \$5 - \$2 – (\$30 - \$18) is negative]