- Cost Centers: These are more for the book keepers, accountants or personnel who deal with payroll. Cost Centers are essentially how you want things grouped on a report. This is where you will see how much was spent on labor like FOH salary, FOH hourly, BOH salary, BOH hourly.
Depending on how your Journal Entries are set up (employee's home Cost Centre OR Position Cost Centre), reports will group the pay and hours to the desired Cost Centre and allocate the correct costs. We highly recommend sorting Journal Entries by Position Cost Centres.
- Home Cost Center: This refers to the Cost Center assigned to an employee in their employee profile. Please note: employees can only have one Cost Center , even if they hold multiple positions.
- Position Cost Center: This refers to the Cost Center assigned to a Position, in the Employee Positions page.
- Crib Sheet: This is a daily schedule. It shows you who’s working, and you can create period labels to display day vs night shifts.
- Departments: These are sections that are set-up to differentiate types of labour and employees on reports and the scheduler. For example: when scheduling, you may choose to only view positions related to the front of house department. Also, for reports, you can filter by department to break down positions in front of house labour.
- “House” Shifts: these are shifts that are created in the schedule without being assigned to an employee. The shifts are available for multiple pick ups. Employees will be able to find these shifts in their release pool. They will only see shifts within their assigned positions, that do not overlap with their scheduled shift, in the release pool.
- Journal entries: These are for the bookkeepers, accountants or those who deal with payroll. This is where they are able to look at the numbers and input them into accounting software.
- Pay Run Period: This refers to the start and end date for your pay days, either 1st and 15th, bi-weekly (every 14 days), or semi-monthly for 1st - 15th, 16th - end of month.
Period Labels: This is where you set up time periods. For example: 9:00am - 5:00pm is your day period, and 5:01pm - 3:00am is your night period.
Administrators: This is a function where Super Admins are able to filter how much access Team Admins have to reports and tasks. For example: a Super Admin can set up a Team Admin that only has access to creating schedules and clocking approving their own team.
Positions: This refers to the job type of an employee. For example: bartender, chef, sous chef, hostess etc. These are shown in employee’s pay stubs and the scheduler.
Scheduling Presets: This function allows you to set standard shifts for your scheduling needs. Instead of manually inputting start and end times when adding a shift, you may add a preset instead. For example: an opening shift is 9am-5pm daily, and closing is 5pm-10pm. You can go into the Scheduling Presets tab, found in the left hand scheduler navigation bar, and set up those times as standard opening and closing shifts.
- Shift Tags: These are used as unique labels to mark your shifts. For example: you can create an "on-call" shift tag to assign to on-call shifts.
- Revenue Centres: This is where you enter your sales at the end of the day, or if we’ve integrated with your POS, they’ll be updated every 15 minutes. Actual sales will be found in your Labour Cost and Sales Report and Forecasted sales will be found on your Scheduler costs.
Super Admins: Super Admins have access to all reports, and all data pertaining the establishment, essentially everything.They are the only people who have the ability to set up and authorize other Super Admins or Team Admins. They are the only ones who have access to the Company Setup, and Scheduler Settings.
Team Admins: These are other admins that have been set up by a Super Admin. They are only given permissions to view other aspects of the site by Super Admins. Therefore, team admins have restricted access to aspects of Push, (Scheduler Settings, Company Setup), unlike Super Admins.
Time Period: These are preset by you, under period labels. You use these to generate reports (Clock Hours and Labour Cost and Sales Reports) and you are able to choose which times (ex. 9am-5pm) or dates.
- Overhead Costs %: This option allows you to add a buffer % (additional rent/hydro/WSIB/CPP) that can be displayed to the labour. This will be reflected in the Sales & Forecast where the added % will be included under the Scheduled: Total. In the Labour and Sales reports, the added % will be displayed as an increase to the employee's regular pay.
Still have questions? Please feel free to contact us, we’d be happy to help!