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I need help in my assignment. Java in netbeans. Assignment
Assignment Details Company ARC Inc. is a medium sized civil engineering firm with 150 employees in offices in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. The design of the payroll system calculates the hourly, bi-weekly, and monthly compensation wages for temporary, contract, and full-time engineering employees. The company wants to revamp its payroll system with consideration of multiple employee type groups mentioned above. You are assigned to create this payroll system that calculates the correct wages for each employee and report the total wage value before and after taxes. You must consider the following: • Temporary employees: hourly wage only, no benefits, income taxed at 15%. • Contract employees: bi-weekly wage only, no benefits, income taxed at 18%. • Fulltime employees: monthly wage only, benefits deducted at 10%, income taxed at 20%. Create a payroll system using Java with at least two classes: Payroll.java and Employee.java. You can add more classes if you think it is necessary. The application is executed by command line only. (No need for GUI or web application forms.) You must add comments to all the classes and methods. Employee.java technical details: Constructor's parameters • Employee's Name, Employee ID, Work Type (T, C, F), Wage Assignment 2 – OOP Payroll Part 1 INFO-6094 – Programming 2 Page: 2 Instant variables • String - Employee Name • int - Employee ID • char - Work Type • double - Wage Methods Use setter and getter methods to manipulate the values inputted. For methods, they should be verbs, mixed case with first letter lowercase, and the first letter of each internal word is capitalized (ie. getEmployeeName(String eName) ). Payroll.java technical details: • You can use a data structure such as an Array to store employee information. • The program should continue to execute unless the optional number value “0” is inputted as an answer. • The system must ask and validate the following for the command line values inputted: Option ‘1': Which option would you like? ____ What is the employee name? ____ What is the employee ID? ____ What is the employee's work type? ____ What is the employee's wage? ____ Employee's wage after tax: # ********************************************** Then the program will loop back and ask, ‘Which option to choose now?' It will only exit the loop if input is not 1. Option ‘0': When the user has inputted 0, the following is displayed: Employee name, employee ID, Work Type, Total Wage before tax, Total Wage after tax 1. ***** *****, 234354, C, $4500.00, $3690.00 2. Christy Carpenter, 045644, F, $5500.00, $3850.00 Etc…. Total employees: # Work types: (#) Temporary, (#) Contract, (#) Full-time Assignment 2 – OOP Payroll Part 1 INFO-6094 – Programming 2 Page: 3 Total wages before tax: # Total wages after tax: # Exit program. If an option value that is NOT ‘0' or ‘1' is inputted, then the program exists completely. The user must start again. • To validate errors and report them in the command prompt, consider the following: o the hourly pay cannot exceed 90.00 but can be 0 o the bi-weekly pay cannot be below 1000.00 or more than 3500.00 o the monthly pay cannot be less than 3000.00 o employee name must have at least one space and cannot be less than 5 characters o employee ID must be a positive integer o pay must be a positive value I need it for Sunday before 11:59 p.m. … read more
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I need help in my assignment. Java in netbeans. Assignment
Assignment Details Company ARC Inc. is a medium sized civil engineering firm with 150 employees in offices in Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. The design of the payroll system calculates the hourly, bi-weekly, and monthly compensation wages for temporary, contract, and full-time engineering employees. The company wants to revamp its payroll system with consideration of multiple employee type groups mentioned above. You are assigned to create this payroll system that calculates the correct wages for each employee and report the total wage value before and after taxes. You must consider the following: • Temporary employees: hourly wage only, no benefits, income taxed at 15%. • Contract employees: bi-weekly wage only, no benefits, income taxed at 18%. • Fulltime employees: monthly wage only, benefits deducted at 10%, income taxed at 20%. Create a payroll system using Java with at least two classes: Payroll.java and Employee.java. You can add more classes if you think it is necessary. The application is executed by command line only. (No need for GUI or web application forms.) You must add comments to all the classes and methods. Employee.java technical details: Constructor's parameters • Employee's Name, Employee ID, Work Type (T, C, F), Wage Assignment 2 – OOP Payroll Part 1 INFO-6094 – Programming 2 Page: 2 Instant variables • String - Employee Name • int - Employee ID • char - Work Type • double - Wage Methods Use setter and getter methods to manipulate the values inputted. For methods, they should be verbs, mixed case with first letter lowercase, and the first letter of each internal word is capitalized (ie. getEmployeeName(String eName) ). Payroll.java technical details: • You can use a data structure such as an Array to store employee information. • The program should continue to execute unless the optional number value “0” is inputted as an answer. • The system must ask and validate the following for the command line values inputted: Option ‘1': Which option would you like? ____ What is the employee name? ____ What is the employee ID? ____ What is the employee's work type? ____ What is the employee's wage? ____ Employee's wage after tax: # ********************************************** Then the program will loop back and ask, ‘Which option to choose now?' It will only exit the loop if input is not 1. Option ‘0': When the user has inputted 0, the following is displayed: Employee name, employee ID, Work Type, Total Wage before tax, Total Wage after tax 1. ***** *****, 234354, C, $4500.00, $3690.00 2. Christy Carpenter, 045644, F, $5500.00, $3850.00 Etc…. Total employees: # Work types: (#) Temporary, (#) Contract, (#) Full-time Assignment 2 – OOP Payroll Part 1 INFO-6094 – Programming 2 Page: 3 Total wages before tax: # Total wages after tax: # Exit program. If an option value that is NOT ‘0' or ‘1' is inputted, then the program exists completely. The user must start again. • To validate errors and report them in the command prompt, consider the following: o the hourly pay cannot exceed 90.00 but can be 0 o the bi-weekly pay cannot be below 1000.00 or more than 3500.00 o the monthly pay cannot be less than 3000.00 o employee name must have at least one space and cannot be less than 5 characters o employee ID must be a positive integer o pay must be a positive value I need it for Sunday before 11:59 p.m. … read more
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Scenario You have decided to start up your own business here
Scenario You have decided to start up your own business here in Rotorua. But you feel you need a very basic payroll application that will help you calculate what each of your staff members will be pai… read more
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Have you worked on the Datamax, Inc assignment? microsoft
This is the situation Your company, Datamax, Inc., is in the process of automating its payroll systems. Your manager has asked you to create a program that calculates overtime pay for all employees. Your program must take into account the employee's salary, total hours worked, and hours worked more than 40 in a week, and then provide an output that is useful and easily understood by company management.· Compile your program utilizing the following background information and the code outline in Appendix D. · Submit your project as an attachment including the code and the output.Company Background:o Three employees: Mark, John, and Mary o The end user needs to be prompted for three specific pieces of input—name, hours worked, and hourly wage. o Calculate overtime if input is greater than 40 hours per week. o Provide six test plans to verify the logic within the program. o Plan 1 must display the proper information for employee #1 with overtime pay. o Plan 2 must display the proper information for employee #1 with no overtime pay. o Plans 3-6 are duplicates of plan 1 and 2 but for the other employees.Program Requirements:o Define a base class to use for the entire program. o The class holds the function calls and the variables related to the overtime pay calculations. o Define one object per employee. Note there will be three employees. o Your program must take the objects created and implement calculations based on total salaries, total hours, and the total number of overtime hours. See the Employee Summary Data section of the sample output.Logic Steps to Complete Your Program:o Define your base class. o Define your objects from your base class. o Prompt for user input, updating your object classes for all three users. o Implement your overtime pay calculations. o Display overtime or regular time pay calculations. See the sample output below. o Implement object calculations by summarizing your employee objects and display the summary information in the example below.Sample Output:Welcome to the Employee Pay CenterEnter the employee name = John Enter the hours worked = 44 Enter his or her hourly wage = 3.33Enter the employee name = Mary Enter the hours worked = 33 Enter his or her hourly wage = 2.22Enter the employee name = Mark Enter the hours worked = 29 Enter his or her hourly wage = 2.22Employee Name ............. = John Base Pay .................. = 133.20 Hours in Overtime ......... = 4 Overtime Pay Amount........ = 19.98 Total Pay ................. = 153.18Employee Name ............. = Mary Base Pay .................. = 73.26 Hours in Overtime ......... = 0 Overtime Pay Amount........ = 0.00 Total Pay ................. = 73.26Employee Name ............. = Mark Base Pay .................. = 64.38 Hours in Overtime ......... = 0 Overtime Pay Amount........ = 0.00 Total Pay ................. = 64.38%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%% EMPLOYEE SUMMARY DATA%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%% Total Employee Salaries ..... = 290.82 %%%% Total Employee Hours ........ = 106 %%%% Total Overtime Hours......... = 4 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% … read more
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You have been asked by your manager to produce a program that calculates the hourly, weekly,monthly and yearly salaries of an employee. Input the input will be generated by the user of the program and… read more
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Resources: Appendices A & D Examine the following situation: Your
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You have been asked by the Payroll department to create a program
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Am willing two pay more as I understand it has several
Am willing two pay more as I understand it has several parts. I would go for 100, but I have to know how long it would take. Employee Wage Data Application (100 points) Program Requirement 1) A small … read more
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Hi, you answered one of my question earlier this year. Hope
Hi, you answered one of my question earlier this year. Hope you can help me with this one. It is due tomorrow night. For this assignment, you will choose from the following options: • Option 1: Retail… read more
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Modify the Payroll Program application so it continues to
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Modify the Payroll Program application so it continues to ...
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