Scheduled Hours on Employee Record don't match the Employee Profile Report

When running the Employee Profile Report you may note that the schedule hours do not match the scheduled hours seen at the bottom of the Compensations/Deductions tab. This value will also be different from the total number of hours on the Pay Schedule.
This is expected behavior because the Scheduled Hours field on the Compensation/Deductions tab of the employee record is rounded to zero decimal places.

If you click View Schedule on the Compensation/Deductions tab, you will see that each pay period has 173.34 or 173.33 hours. Both of these values round to 173 when the decimal places are removed. If you multiple 173 by 12 pay periods, you will get 2076 which is the number of scheduled hours that displays on the Compensation/Deductions tab.

Steps to Duplicate

Part 1
1. Select Payroll > Records > Employee records
2. Open any employee record 
3. Select the Compensation/Deductions tab
4. As an example, note the scheduled hours show 2076 hours (for an employee who has a monthly pay schedule), where as, if we click View Schedule, it reflects 2080 hours 

Part 2
1. Select Payroll
2. Select Reports > Profile and Statistical Reports > Employee Profile Report
3. Only mark the compensations/deductions to view and set the date as of desired date xx/xx/xxxx
Note: the hours reflect the same as when clicking view schedule (example 2080 hours) which is correct 


 Windows 7 (64-bit)
 SQL Server 2008

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