If you process the termination payment in two separate payrolls, you will need to reconcile the record of employment and manually adjust the first pay period (PP1) unless the pay periods from and to dates of the two payrolls are the same. The first pay period is the last payroll for the employee and should encompass the entirety of the employee's final payment, including vacation pay, pay in lieu of notice, severance pay, and any other payments.
Combining pay periods one and two:
Within the record of employment's insurable earnings section, click on the orange "One-click Autofill" button. This action will automatically populate all the pay period fields for you. If you process the termination pay in two separate payrolls, add pay period one and pay period two together, then input the total amount into pay period one.
Manually adjust the rest of the pay periods:
Pay period two should now be blank. Transfer the pay period three figures into pay period two, and repeat this for all subsequent pay periods. Once this process is finished, you should have a blank pay period at the end. For this final pay period, review the figures in the employee's historical records and manually input the appropriate gross pay and record the insurable hours. This won't be displayed in the "Insurable Earnings Per Pay Period" table.
You can access this information by navigating to an employee's pay stub and locating the details for the last pay period.
Once this is complete add up the insurable hours and input it into the Total ins. hours field.