Overview

When scheduling for events, coordinators can set shift-level pay rates and bill rates which will automatically override any existing hierarchy of pay rate (position pay rate, client pay rate, or worker pay rate) or bill rate. This can help in situations where you need to raise the pay rate for a specific shift you're having a difficult time filling, or when you're staffing with a smaller budget for a charity event.

Considerations

To add shift-level pay rates or bill rates for all the shifts for a certain position in an event, you must change each shift's pay rate or bill rate individually. Changes made to one shift's pay rate or bill rate will not apply to any other shifts in the event.

The total payroll listed at the top of the Single Event View will reflect shift-level pay rates but the total amount to be billed must be entered manually and does not reflect shift-level bill rate changes.

How to Set Up Shift-Level Pay Rates and Bill Rates

  1. Select the Total Labor Cost for the shift or the Edit Shift icon to open the shift editor window

  2. Enter shift specific client pay rate or bill rate

  3. Select Save

  4. The total labor cost for the shift, displayed right of the shift information, will reflect the updated pay rate

Shift-Level Pay Rates within the Time & Attendance Page

Shift-level pay rates entered in the Single Event View will automatically reflect in the hourly rate and client bill rate fields within Time & Attendance for any workers who have not yet clocked in.

Once a worker has clocked in, adjustments made in the Single Event View will not apply to their actual pay rate. Any edits needed for individual workers who have already clocked in should be made directly within the T&A page.

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