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!
In this QSP tutorial I will teach how to adjust a Worker’s pay structure based on their Client Specific Training’s that can be set up in their HR profile. This type of pay exception takes precedence over the Staffing Hours that are set up in each client’s profile. For example, if Client “A” has premium individual staffing hours, as denoted under the Schedule tab of their client profile, from 12a to 12a, then this applies to all staff whom work with Client A. But, perhaps you want Worker “B” to only get paid premium hours from 8a to 4p when working with Client “A”. Then, you set up a Client Specific Training from Worker “B”‘s HR profile with Client “A”, and adjust the default premium hours for Client “A” to the appropriate service hours. This is just an example to help paint a picture of the function of this feature.
Client Service Rates are an optional set up in QSP, and are beneficial if you have varying worker Rates of Pay per client. Minimum and Maximum rates per service type can be set up that will override what is set up in a worker’s HR profile. You will see the results of setting up Client Service Rates when the Payroll Processing Report is generated in Excel, which will display a worker’s Rate of Pay, and if it was impacted by a specific client’s Service Rates.
Client Staffing hours are important to setup when beginning to use QSP’s time sheets and exportable payroll processing reports. By declaring, in each client’s individual profile, when is day time (premium) service, and when is night time (standard) service, this gives QSP the proper matrix to automatically calculate scheduled shifts and how they should be allocated on the proper reports. By default, when adding a new client to your QSP database, all hours are premium from 12a to 12a. Watch this and the follow up tutorial, to learn how to set up a different default for your operations.