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How do hourly rates react (project, client, employee, activity)?

The Help Center contains three report on hourly rates. These all relate to setting up default hourly rates in the reports:

"Conditions per project", "Hourly rate for clients", "Hourly rate for employees", "Manage activities".

 

How do these hourly rates now interact with one another? Here are two examples:

You start a project for a client and define the hourly rates there. This means you have now already defined hourly rates for the client, for the employees and for the activities. In this case, only the hourly rates of the projects will be used. The hourly rate for the project overrides all other hourly rates, i.e. those relating to the client, employees and activities.

You define a lower hourly rate than usual for a client. You have already defined an hourly rate for the employees and the activities. In this case, only the hourly rate of the client will be used. The hourly rate for the client thus overrides the hourly rate for the employees and activities.

You define a specific hourly rate for an employee. However, you still have default hourly rates defined for the activities. In this case, only the hourly rates of the employees will be used. The hourly rate for the employees thus overrides the hourly rate for the activities.

 

This can be summarized in the following sequence for hourly rates:

project -> client -> employee -> activity

 

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