Setting up and calculating salaries is located in the Salary section and helps to automate the calculation of staff salaries. All calculations are made on the basis of data from created sales in the project and configured salary schemes.
Salary schemes in the DIKIDI service provide the ability to configure the calculation for any position of staff in the company. You can customize the salary scheme individually for each Staff.
In the Salary -Payroll calculation section, you can view the staffs amount of salary, which bases on the results of the calculation using pre-configured schemes, and also calculate the required salary amount to be issued to the staff.
*We recommend that you enable the functionality as part of the tariffs together with Finance, Sales and Products in the Settings-Tariffs section on the website dikidi.net/business
The functionality is available in the web version of the service on the website dikidi.net/business Development is underway to add this feature to the DIKIDI Business mobile apps on iOS and Android
Setting up Staff's salary schemes
- Percentage of own sales (Services and products)
- Percentage of company sales (Services and products)
- Fixed payment (Wage for coming out to work / Time-based)
Percentage of own sales
Salary scheme Percentage of own sales it is most often used for staffs, as well as for administrators who sell products in the salon. When calculating the salary in this scheme, the percentage of sales of a staff who is a seller of products or a performer of services is used.
The percentage can be set to the same for all Services or for all Products. And there is also a flexible setting of the percentage for each individual service, including in the form of a fixed amount.
To set up a salary scheme Percentage of own sales click "Add schema" in the section Salary-Salary schemes. You can set up salary schemes only in the Web version of the service on the website dikidi.net/business.
select Specialist and the beginning date of the calculation under this scheme. Select Percentage of own sales and enter amount of % for services and products.
If the employee receives a different percentage from different services or a fixed rate is set from the sale of the service, click "Specify in detail" to set up.
In the opened window, enter information about Percentage and Tariff rate near each service.
Take into account the customer's discount. Activating this parameter includes the final sales amounts (with the discount already applied) in the calculation. If the discount accounting check box is NOT active, then the salary calculation will be carried out with the full cost of the service without taking into account the discount.
Take into account the customer's discount, but not more than. This setting allows you to limit the discount taken into account when calculating the employee's s/p. For example, a customer was given a 30% discount on a service. At the same time, there is an agreement with the master that the maximum discount that he can provide is 10%. Thus, by setting this limit to Take into account the customer's discount, but not more than 10%, the master will receive only 10% of the revenue, and the salon will receive the remaining 20%.
Take into account the cost of materials. If your master receives a salary only from the cost of his work (minus the materials spent on the provision of services), it is necessary to provide for this in the scheme by checking the Take into account the cost of materials box. For example: a master barber provides hair coloring services. The cost of selling this service was 3000. Of these, 2,000 are materials and 1,000 are work. When the materials accounting check box is set, the master's salary will be calculated exactly as % from 1000.
Percentage of company sales
For some Staff in the beauty salon, a payroll scheme applies when an employee receives a percentage of the total revenue of the salon. To calculate payroll using this scheme, set it up in the Salary - Salary Schemes section.
Click Add Schema! In the window that opens, select the employee and the effective date of his payroll scheme. Check - Percentage of company sales in the schema setup. Below you will be asked to clarify the details of this setting and the interest on goods and services.
Do not take into account the specialist's own sales. If the staff's salary scheme includes a percentage of their own sales, and in addition to this, the employee receives a percentage of the total revenue of the salon, then it is necessary to understand that in this case, the employee can receive a percentage of the revenue of their sales twice. To prevent this from happening check the box next to the settings - Do not take into account the specialist's own sales.
Consider only Sales per employee shift. In order for the staff to receive a percentage of the Sales of the salon, but only from those registered in his shift, check the box Consider only Sales per employee shift.
Once the limits are set, proceed to setting the appropriate percentage for Sales of services and Goods. At the same time, as in the setting of the Percentage from your own sales, you can specify different percentages for different services.
Take into account the customer's discount, but not more than. This setting allows you to limit the discount taken into account when calculating the employee's s/p. For example, a customer was given a 30% discount on a service. At the same time, there is an agreement with the employee that the maximum discount that he can provide is 10%. Thus, by setting this limit to Take into account the discount, but not more than 10%, the master will receive only 10% of the revenue, and the salon will receive the remaining 20%.
Most often used by staffs with time-based payment or payment for the shift. In this case, the staff's working time is taken into account. Setting up such a scheme is as simple as the others.
Click "Add Schema", select Specialist and the beginning date of the calculation under this scheme
Select Fixed payment
If a staff receives a salary for entering the workplace, check the box Wage for coming out to work (per one working day) and enter the amount paid to the staff for the work day.
If the staff does not have a fixed rate for the entire working day, but only for the time when he directly provided the services, check the box Time-based. Select the time unit and its cost.