You need to set up specific labor groups and their corresponding codes in the Company Profile. Once an employee is assigned to these labor fields, they will be available in Payroll for you to manage during the Edit Pay Run step. Please keep in mind that the default Location and Department of an employee would be available in the Labor Distribution Report and Labor Distribution Detail Reports, if you don't add any labor groups during the Edit Pay Run step.
You are able to download the Labor Distribution report from the the Reports tab of the Payroll app. In this report, you can see hours worked, wages earned, and benefits accrued by labor groups. You can also download the Labor Distribution Detail report from the same location. The Labor Distribution Detail report, as the name implies, provides further granularity into each item in a pay stub in terms of labor groups.
Individual workers will not be able to see the assigned labor groups in the pay stubs generated after the payruns. The labor distribution fields exist for giving the business owners more visibility into how resources are allocated and deployed into various cost centers. However, if an employee has different earnings at different pay rates, it will be captured separately in the pay stub.
Once multiple pay rates have been set up in the Company Profile, you can assign these to your workers in Zenefits Payroll.
If your company uses the Zenefits Time & Attendance tool and Zenefits Payroll, the rates you have set up for each worker's labor field can flow from T&A into Payroll.