Within QSP is the option to generate payroll processing reports that include SLS overtime calculations. A simple checkbox gives you the freedom to see your SLS OT calculations display on PPR’s and Time Sheets for your determined work week. Because overtime is a per week calculation, the payroll processing reports generate multiple sheets within the excel file to display weekly overtime totals. When running your PPR, if you select a date range that begins or ends mid week, the report will not take into account hours worked outside that date range. For example, your SLS OT work week is Sunday through Saturday and your payroll range begins on the 16th which is a Friday, hours worked before the 16th will not be considered to determine if any overtime is to paid out on the 16th and 17th. Watch this video to learn more!
It’s boring just creating one shift type at a time with the same worker. With QSP, why not schedule multiple service types at once from the New Shift screen?! This is ideal when a consumer will be receiving several types of services throughout the day. Perhaps it’s SLS, then IHSS, then Shared SLS. Or maybe it’s ILS Travel, then ILS Service, then ILS Misc…..whatever the case may be, QSP makes these scheduling options easy to manage.
There will always be that next staff meeting, big training, or event that staff are going to need to attend, and, if we pay them to attend, we need an easy way to calendar it. Lucky for all of us, with QSP all you need to do is create one appointment and assign all relevant staff to it, rather than scheduling the same appointment as many times as you have staff. This same functionality works if, for some reason, you need to assign multiple employees to work with one client. Watch the video and learn how this is done!