Employee clock in/clock out hours to show up on payroll reports
Right now I have to compile 2 reports to do payroll. Payroll reports now only show commissions/tips. It should include employees who clock in and clock out- Front desk and other help, Commissions and tips.
It would be great if it showed every providers total sales by day/commissions/tip. / hours worked by day -for clocked in employees. then totals for that pay period.
Denise Willinger commented
It would also help if the hours and minutes were calculated in decimal hours instead of hours and minutes. Most payroll companies want decimal hour for payroll processing.
Agreed! We need payroll reports that show everything on one page. Get rid of the multiple hours reports that make no sense. All I need to know is the hours my employees actually worked, not coulda, shoulda woulda worked. I use a payroll service that needs info put in that should all be on one payroll page, ACTUAL hours worked, service dollars for each employee, products sold, tips & then commission options as well.
I agree with this.
We need a single report that shows for a given Payroll Period:
- Service Commission
- Product Commission
- Clocked hours worked
For each staff member.
- Be able to set a threshold which also indicates/separates any hours worked over a certain number of hours (i.e. display any time over 8 hours in a single day so you can see applicable overtime).
- A figure that is calculated from the service commission earned for the clocked hours worked (i.e. service commission earned [divided by] clocked hours = actual hourly rate....which is then the figure you use for calculating overtime i.e. commission based hourly rate x 1.5 = overtime).
It would make payroll so much quicker and efficient.
Karin Brown commented
Staff basic wages report and the staff clock in/out should be the same amounts. i don't need an estimate of my staff's hours. when i do payroll, and i see hours, rate, an wage, i've been assuming that it's correct. have now figured out it is NOT correct. and i can't tell if non-paid breaks are included in this calculation. the clock in/out report seems more accurate, however, now i have to break out a calculator and get my gross wages. these 2 reports data should be synced. an estimated hours report should be part of the performance details based on scheduling and actual appointments.
Violet Braden commented
if the same report could also include holidays/ training days and sick days.
Adelle [non fourni] commented
I agree. I have to run separate reports for this and it gets time consuming for me.