Orderry enables you to configure an automatic employee payroll calculation.

Navigate to the Settings > Employees page and open the employee dialog window. Hit the + Add rule button in the Wage section. This will open a rule editor window. Here, you can configure and set one of the eight rule types available in the system:

  • For the order creation

  • For an order closing

  • To manager for the order processing

  • To specialist for the order works/services

  • To specialist for the materials

  • For sales

  • For working hours

  • For working days

Let's consider each of the employee wage rule types in detail:

1. For the order creating. The system rewards the employee who took the order. Orderry will add wage for the employee who created the order.

2. For the order closing. The system rewards the employee who closed the order.

Note: Even if you add different employees for order transactions, this rule type will still reward the employee who actually closed the order.

Remember: if you transfer the order to the status of the Closed group multiple times, the system rewards the employee who closed the order last.

3. To manager for the order processing. The system rewards the employee you put into the manager field in the “General info” tab.

4. To specialist for the works/services. The system rewards the employee your associate order works with. Find and edit this information in the Works and materials tab.

Here's how the To specialist for the works/services payroll editing window looks like:

Orderry enables you to configure individual specialist compensation for a specific service or a service of a specific category.

To do so for a specific service, navigate to the Settings > Services and Works list page, open a service dialog window, and enter the specialist compensation. This can be a percentage-based (Percent), fixed value (Sum), or both ones at the same time.

To do so for a specific category, navigate to the Settings > Services and Works list page, open a service category dialog window, and enter the specialist compensation. This can be a percentage-based (Percent), fixed value (Sum), or both ones at the same time.

If you select compensation options in different system sections, Orderry prioritizes the service window information, then the service category, and only after that an employee window info.

Example 1. For instance, you configure a 10% wage in the employee dialog window. At the same time, the service category window has a $1000 sum and a 30% employee compensation. In this case, the employee receives $300, because Orderry prioritizes service category window data.

Example 2. In the employee's profile, there is a wage calculation of 10% of the amount of work done. In the category settings of the work priced as 100 USD, there is 30% of the amount, and the work itself has 5%. In this case, the employee will get a commission of 5 USD, as the work configuration is of higher priority than the category or the employee settings.

Remember: Enter the same Calculation method in the employee and service/service category windows to ensure the correct wage calculation. This is the only way to make your employee payrolls work. We recommend configuring two compensation types: Percent and Sum. This way, you can always set the suitable calculation method for the To specialist for the works/services payroll for each of your employees.

In case there is no information in the service window or a service category, Orderry gets payroll information from the employee window.

Configure the payroll Coefficient for the To specialist for the works/services payroll. This multiplies the standard reward value by the specified coefficient.

There is also an Account cost price of the products that were written off for the zero price option. Check this checkbox to account the price cost of the products that were written off for the zero price when calculating percentage-based employee payroll.

For instance, you add the Display replacement order work that costs $100. Now, this sum includes the cost of order parts. You add the part to order with the price of $0, while it actually costs you $10. If the employee receives a percentage-based payroll (for example, %10 of the order profit), here's how the system calculates the employee payroll:

($100 - $10) * 0.10 = $9.

As you can see, Orderry subtracts the part price cost to calculate the actual order profit, and only then multiplies it by the percent-based employee payroll value.

5. To specialist for the materials. The employee receives a reward each time he or she adds a part/material to the order in the Works and materials tab.

Here's how the To specialist for the materials payroll editing window looks like:

Orderry enables you to configure individual seller compensation for selling a specific product or a product of a specific category.

To do so for a specific product, navigate to the Inventory > Stock page, open a product dialog window, and enter the seller compensation. This can be a percentage-based (Percent), fixed value (Sum), or both ones at the same time.

To do so for a specific product category, navigate to the Inventory > Products and categories page, open a category dialog window, and enter the seller compensation. This can be a percentage-based (Percent), fixed value (Sum), or both ones at the same time.

If you select compensation options in different system sections, Orderry prioritizes the product window information, then the product category, and only after that an employee window info.

Example 1. You enter the 10% payroll in the employee window, 5% payroll in the product window of a product worth $500, and 20% payroll in the product category. In this case, the system rewards an employee with a $25 payroll (5%), because it prioritizes the product window info.

Example 2. You enter the 10% payroll in the employee window, 20% payroll in the product category of a product worth $500. In this case, the system rewards an employee with a $100 payroll (20%), because it prioritizes the product category info.

In case there is no information in the product window or a product category, Orderry gets payroll information from the employee window.

Remember: Enter the same Calculation method in the employee and product/product category windows to ensure the correct payroll calculation. We recommend configuring two standard reward types: Percent and Sum. This way, you can always set the suitable calculation method for the To specialist for the materials payroll for each of your employees.

6. For sale. The employee receives a reward each time he or she processes the sale.

You can set an individual payroll calculation for a specific product or product category the same way you do it with the To specialist for the materials payroll type.

7. For working hours. The calculation to the employee for the hours worked according to the Work Schedule.

In the Hourly rate field, specify the amount per hour of work.

Important: A day is considered a working day if at least 1 minute of working time is specified in the work schedule of the employee.

Payroll is calculated after the employee's workday ends. For example, the employee's work schedule specifies that they work until 6:00 p.m.

If you generate a report at 5:00 p.m., the Earnings column will be empty, and the Name column will say that the working day has not yet ended.

If you generate a report after 6:00 p.m., the Earnings column will show the amount, and the Name column will show the number of hours worked during the day.

8. For working days. The calculation to the employee for the days worked according to the Work Schedule.

In the Daily rate field, specify the amount per day of work.

Important: A day is considered a working day if at least 1 minute of working time is specified in the work schedule of the employee.

Payroll is calculated after the employee's workday ends. For example, the employee's work schedule specifies that they work until 6:00 p.m.

If you generate a report at 5:00 p.m., the Earnings column will be empty, and the Name column will say that the working day has not yet ended.

If you generate a report after 6:00 p.m., the Earnings column will show the amount, and the Name column will show the number of hours worked during the day.

Additionally, Orderry allows you to configure payroll calculation rules for order types separately.

You can choose between fixed and percentage-based values for the employee payroll for a target order type.

We recommend you set up different payroll calculation rules depending on the total order sum or profit.

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