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     echo '<center><b>Payroll Benefits and Deductions - General Data</b></center><br>';
     echo '<font size="-1"><i>Miscellaneous info on wages, maximum pay, sick and vacation accruals.</i><br><br>
<b>MINIMUM WAGE:</b> Minimum wage hourly rate.<br><br>

<b>MULTIPLIER FOR SECOND SHIFT:</b> Amount to multiply times the regular straight-time rate when an employee is working second shift.<br><br>
<b>MULTIPLIER FOR THIRD SHIFT:</b> Amount to multiply times the regular straight-time rate when an employee is working third shift.<br><br>

<b>MAXIMUM PAY/HR FOR WEEKLY:</b> For an employee paid weekly, this is the maximum pay per hour. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM PAY/HR FOR BI-WEEKLY:</b> For an employee paid bi-weekly, this is the maximum pay per hour. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM PAY/HR FOR SEMI-MONTHLY:</b> For an employee paid semi-monthly, this is the maximum pay per hour. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM PAY/HR FOR MONTHLY:</b> For an employee paid monthly, this is the maximum pay per hour. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>

<b>MAXIMUM GROSS PAY FOR WEEKLY:</b> For an employee paid weekly, this is the maximum pay for the period. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM GROSS PAY FOR BI-WEEKLY:</b> For an employee paid bi-weekly, this is the maximum pay for the period. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM GROSS PAY FOR SEMI-MONTHLY:</b> For an employee paid semi-monthly, this is the maximum pay for the period. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>
<b>MAXIMUM GROSS PAY FOR MONTHLY:</b> For an employee paid monthly, this is the maximum pay for the period. It is used to prevent accidental entries of unreasonably high amounts.<br><br>

<b>SICK LEAVE HOURS ALLOWED PER YEAR:</b> Each pay period will automatically add the the individual employee accrued sick leave. When entering sick leave to be paid, the program will first check to make sure the employee has enough available time. If not, it will pay them only for that amount they have remaining.<br><br>


<b>MAXIMUM SICK LEAVE ALLOWED TO ACCRUE:</b> If you want to limit how much sick leave can be built up, enter a maximum here. If there is no limit, but a very large number here.<br><br>

<center><b>VACATION TABLE</b></center><br>
<b>YEARS BEFORE THIS PERIOD:</b> Number of years since hire date before vacation leave is accrued at this level. <i>NOTE: You can enter the periods out of order. The next time you view this screen, or if you select update and redisplay from the bottom, it will re-arrange itself in ascending order by years before this period.</i><br><br>
<b>VACATION DAYS/YEAR:</b> Number of DAYS of vacation time accrued per year at this level.<br><br>
<b>MAX VACATION DAYS ALLOWED TO ACCRUE:</b> Use this to limit how much vacation can accrue without being taken at this level.<br><br>
<b>DELETE PERIOD:</b> Delete this vacation leave line.<br><br>
<b>UPDATE AND REDISPLAY:</b> Unless you press this button, the changes will not be saved. In addition, if you need more vacation entries than you have room for on the screen, pressing this button will create a new blank entry for you to use.<br><br>
<b>SAVE CHANGES:</b> If you want to SAVE, but not add more lines, press this button.</font><br><br>';
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