This release brings plenty of fixes and improvements across TempWorks products.
*Self-Hosted Action Required* It is essential that the latest migration scripts are applied. Additional information regarding this change can be found within the Self-Hosted note at the bottom of this article.
- Fixed an error that would occur when generating a resume preview.
- Fixed an issue where HTML report pages would break when printing.
- Fixed an issue where user theme settings would not save as intended.
- Fixed an issue preventing the ability to edit customer shift information.
- Fixed an error that would occur when opening the Background Check sidebar.
- Fixed an error that would occur when creating and editing interest code categories.
- Fixed an issue preventing new Microsoft 365 email accounts from saving/displaying.
- Fixed an issue preventing new worksites from being added to departments at default.
- Fixed an issue where branch names were being cut off when viewing within Time Entry.
- Fixed an issue where the “Target” employee would not appear when the “Merge Record” window.
- Fixed an error that would occur when saving an interest code as a draft that contains a localization.
- Fixed an issue where saving an interest code category as a draft would not validate a duplicate name.
- Fixed an error that would occur when attempting to merge employee records when using a custom procedure.
- Updated the tax calculation for Colorado by adding the “Alternative Standard Deduction” field within the employee tax setup in Beyond.
*Note* For more information on this functionality, please see the following article titled Beyond - How to Manage Employee Taxes.
- Fixed an issue preventing users from being able to select an “Action” when logging a message on an employee record.
- Added two assignment restrictions to prevent any employee with the tax state of Maryland or Indiana from being assigned in the event they do not have a County Juris set up.
- Created two assignment restrictions to prevent any employee with the tax state of Washington or Oregon from being assigned in the event they do not have an Employer or Employee L&I rate configured for Worker Comp that is associated with one of those states.
- Fixed the “Email field is not a valid email address” error when the email is not required within the page/workflow.
- Added the 2023 Colorado Employee Withholding Certificate page that will be used with the "Alternative Standard Deduction" field in Beyond.
*Note* For more information on the "Alternative Standard Deduction" field and how it correlates to the page, please see the following article titled Beyond - How to Manage Employee Taxes.
- Modified the Tax Collection Detail report to exclude converted check taxes.
- Added the Worksite ID to the New Jersey Employee Assignment Notice report.
- Fixed an error that would be received when running the Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics report.
- Modified the WebCenter Earning Statement and standard check stubs to accommodate requirements of New Jersey Law 1474.
For all self-hosted clients, TempWorks will be performing updates for the Login Server over the next several releases. As a result, it is required that Self-Hosted clients make sure to install all hotfixes related to this release as soon as possible and not skip a release.
Login server changes for this release require a manual SQL migration script (20230825_self-hosted_sql_migrations.ps1 from the TempWorks GitHub repository ) to be applied prior to upgrading services using appropriate paths:
> powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File .\20230825_self-hosted_sql_migrations.ps1 C:\ProgramData\TempWorks\config\login-server
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