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  1. Salary settings

    1. Salaries

    2. Working time bonuses

    3. Provisions

    4. Holiday Pay

  2. Creating a salary report

Salary settings

On the salaries page you can automate provision and salary calculations for Users in the salon. The salaries page creates automatic reports of how much in a particular month the “main company” should pay salary and/or provision to a certain User based on their settings.

1. To go to the salaries page select “More” and salaries from the list. The salaries page is only visible to Administrator level Users.

2. On the salaries page you can set a salary and provision profile for each User that is not under its own business ID.

Salaries

If a user has a base salary (hourly/monthly) you can set it in the salaries box. Tick the types of salary that apply to the user. You can use the edit button to change the sum for a particular type, or to change between hourly and monthly salary.

Note! The salary settings does not include all of the possible breaks and leaves due to differences in how payment for these are calculated. You can add them manually with the add income button and will find the actual hours for these under More - Worktimes.

Working time bonuses

If your salon has evening or weekend bonuses you can activate them in the working time bonuses box. You can also set the percentage and starting time for these bonuses here by clicking the edit button.

Bonuses are either calculated as a percentage of base pay, or as a flat increase to it. You can change between these with the type of bonus setting.

You can set three different levels of bonuses for each of the alternatives, that are assigned to a specific time, to turn off a level simply press the clock icon to turn it red. For example in the picture below an evening bonus has been set (this applies to weekdays), wherein from 18:00 onwards 6 € will be added to the salary, and from 20:00 onwards 100 € per hour will be added. The last level is closed so 150 € will not be added at any point to the salary during weekdays.

Provisions

Provisions can be set in the provisions box. You can decide whether provisions are calculated based on the seller or the cashier (generally this should be the cashier as the salon will be the owner or seller). You can change between calculating provisions as seller or cashier with the edit button. Furthermore you can set whether provision is calculated from list price (via checkbox), or the actual sales prices. Note that list price is the normal price of the product and will not consider any changes in price including discounts.

After these settings are decided you can click the Save button and the profile will be done!

Holiday Pay

You can easily set and add an extra holiday pay when your employees take out a paid holiday.

Calculate how much extra your employee is entitled to and add that amount to the "Holiday pay" (Depending on the contracts and policies you follow in your salon).

In the example below, the an employee's holiday salary is calculated as such:

Base salary 25 000 kr / month

Holiday pay = 25 000 kr * 0,8% = 200kr / vacation day

Note!

It is important to remember that for the base salary to be included in the employee's salary when they are on vacation, the work times have to be added and blocked using the "Holiday" booking from Personal/Break bookings.

The additional 200kr that is added to the salary when the employee takes their paid vacation is added in the reports. (See below)

Holiday therefore need to be added to the calendar like in the picture above.

Creating a salary report

Based on the settings in the profile Timma will automatically calculate a salary and/or provision for the selected user for a specific month. When necessary you can also add other incomes to the user via the “Add income” button.

You can move between months with the arrow keys, and once you’ve selected the month you want you can open, download, or directly e-mail the report by clicking the “Download report” button. Easy as pie!

The add income button can be used to add one-off or recurring incomes, or deductions from the salary. Normally if you use the add income button it will add it to all reports you create in the future, so remember to tick the “save income only for selected month” if you want it to only be for a specific month.

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