When setting up an employee's payroll in Orderry, you can use the coefficient in the following types of accruals: "To specialist for the services", "To specialist for the materials", "For sale".

You can use the coefficient when you want to pay different wages for the same job to employees with different levels of expertise, according to their knowledge and skills.

The coefficient in the "To specialist for the services" calculation

If a Specialist compensation is set in the service card, this value multiplied by the coefficient will be used to calculate the final wage.

For example, there is a "Diagnostics" work with a price of 10 and a Specialist compensation of 10%, and an "Inspection" work with a price of 10 but without a Specialist compensation.

There is the same percentage in the rule "To specialist for the services" but a different coefficient according to the level of expertise in the employee profiles.

Trainee:

Middle Level:

Senior Level:

Now let's add both works under each employee to the order.

Close the order and go to the payroll report on the "Reports > Finance > Payroll Report" page.

When calculating wages, the accrual was multiplied by the coefficient for the "Diagnostics" work, for which an individual fee was set in the service card. Note that the coefficient did not work for the "Inspection" work because the individual fee was not set in that service card.

Trainee:

Middle Level:

Senior Level:

The coefficient in the "To specialist for the materials" accrual

If a Seller compensation is set in the product dialog window or the category dialog window, the payroll calculation will use that value multiplied by the coefficient.

The coefficient in the "For sale" accrual

If a Seller compensation is set in the product dialog window or the category dialog window, this value multiplied by the coefficient will be used in the payroll calculation.

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