Work Units are sub-tasks on a shift that are paid in addition to an hourly wage rate.
Say you have a cleaning business and want to pay your employees a flat rate per house they will clean. Or a Sales rep getting commission per sale, a delivery person who is also compensated for the mileage covered, a contractor who is paid per completed task etc. Tasks can also be used where you want to pay per shift/day worked against hourly wages.
Enable the 'Work Units' feature from the tab Settings > ShiftPlanning > Enable Work Units Module.
Start adding Work Units from the tab Settings > Work Units.
Name the work unit, setup per unit rate and select the position(s) for which you are creating a work unit. Existing work units can be edited by clicking on the work unit name.
Now go to the tab ShiftPlanning and create a shift or click on existing desired shift where you want to assign work units. From the shift edit window, you will see a puzzle icon at the top right of the window and then set the number of required Work Units from each of the employees
Employees can submit the work units from their Dashboard by clicking the widget Submit Work Unit.
Or can go to the tab ShiftPlanning, click the shift and then puzzle icon to submit the Work Units worked.
Managers can click Widget Work Units Approval to approve the submitted work units.
You can pull the stats on Work Units in three formats from the Tab Reports:
Work Units Daily Report
Work Units and Confirmed Time Sheets
Back to ShiftPlanning
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