You don’t have to report labor to a QAD Work Order, but what if you do?

Posted on: November 10, 2017 | By: Andrew Hall | QAD Manufacturing

As most QAD users know, it is not a requirement to report actual labor in QAD against a discrete Work Order. If you choose this path, QAD will apply labor at standard when the Work Order goes through an accounting close. But, what if you report actual report without reporting a quantity complete through a Labor Feedback transaction? Interestingly, the result is that the actual labor amount entered will be treated as 100% variance. This is not a well-known condition. Therefore, if you are reporting actual labor, there must be a quantity reported as complete at the same operation to prevent this occurrence. 



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