Bear, Acct 425, Assignment 11-1

Bear, Acct 425, Assignment 11-1 - the wage rate and the...

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Bear, Acct 425, 11-1 D1. How do you compute the dollar amount of wages payable for financial statement purposes using a database designed with the REA ontology? You can compute the dollar amount of wages payables for financial statements purposes using a database designed with the REA ontology by using the conversion cycle where the use of labor is tracked at a level specific enough to justify including it in the value chain level. If the labor would happen to be tracked in another business process the labor would have to be shown as an output of payroll and as an input to the other process. D2. How does training provided to employees affect the resources in the human resource process? Training is an activity in the human resource process and is often separated into a sub process called personnel. This personnel function acquires and maintained employee labor. If an employee is provided with a certain amount of training gives the employees knowledge and skills which is then encompassed in
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Unformatted text preview: the wage rate and the time worked. D3. Consider the tables in exhibit 12-7. Describe the necessary procedures to construct a query to determine the number of hours for which Freda Matthews is scheduled to work during the first week of April 2010. Using the Employee Table & Participation Labor Schedule Employee Table you would connect the EmpID’s on both tables. Then you would should the Employee Name, Hours Scheduled. Enter Criterion LIKE *E18* in the Employee ID Field; Display Name and Hours Scheduled D4. Consider the tables in Exhibit 12-5. Describe the necessary procedures to construct a query to determine the total number of labor hours needed for unfulfilled labor requisitions. Using the Proposition Relationship table; enter criterion =SUM in the Hours Needed Field; display total hours needed....
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