Cost of Standard labor, I believe, is driven by information in the Routings
File.

Cost of Actual labor, I believe, is driven by the rate in the Clock File,
with work center entering the picture only if no match there.

Some file has clock # that you use for reporting labor .... either employee
clock #, team #, machine # ... in that file is the cost per hour for that
clock #  ... CEM I believe
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Al Macintyre http://radio.weblogs.com/0107846/

Hi,
     Does anyone know if the workcenters average efficiency is part of the
labor cost calculation?  We have an item that we cannot calculate the
standard labor cost for. When we do it by hand, it isn't the same as after
a cost build. It's kind of driving me nuts because I have always been able
to make it come out before.
     The calc for labor I am using is:
          (run hours / 100) * workcenter rate
          Basis code is 2, and the yield is 0
Thanks!

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