You need an hourly wage payroll item for each type of hourly wage you want
to list on a paycheck. For example, you may need hourly wage items for regular,
overtime, sick,, vacation, or holiday pay.
When you set up an hourly wage item, you do not specify the pay rate.
Instead, you enter the rate when you set up an employee or add the item to a
payroll check. You can then apply the same hourly wage item to many employees
even though they receive different rates of pay.