If you want to adjust the hourly wage of an hourly employee halfway through the period, it cannot be done the same way as with an employee with a fixed schedule. In this case, you only need to use hourly wage 1 or 2in that period. See this article for more information on this.
Reason: For hourly employees, there is of course no schedule that can be used to calculate a certain salary on a certain date. All hours are accounted for in H2100, for example, and do not have any dates linked to these hours.
Example: Someone gets a raise as of 6 Feb. 2015. This employee is an hourly employee and has worked the following days in February: Week 6 - 24 hours (Mo 8 / Tu 8 / Fr 8). The system does not know know that he worked Monday, Tuesday and Friday, so you have to enter the following for February:
* HH2100 (16 hours) for normal hourly wage = € 4.48
* UH2101 (8 hours) for gross hourly wage 1 = € 6.00
As of March, you can use HC2100 again by entering the hourly wage of € 6.00 at Gross hourly wage (top block in the Salary dashboard).
From hourly wage to full-time salary
Whenever an employee goes from hourly wages to full-time salary during the period, you must still process this on hourly wage/extra hours days in the period when the raise starts.
You can put the schedule/full-time salary in Nmbrs as of the first of the following month.
Should the employee earn a higher wage, you can work with the gross hourly wage 1, as described above.
See this article for more information on this.