- How to understand the different features used in Push as an Administrator/manager?
- Push Web App
Employees: You can view and manage both active, pending, inactive, and on leave employees. This is also where work milestones and employee statistics can also be accessed.
Timesheet: If your employees are not clocking in and out through Push, Timesheets is where you will input employees worked hours per day. Otherwise, the hours recorded through the Push Employee or Time app, will sync into Timesheets.
Sales: You can use the Sales tab as a tool to review your company's labour budgeting, sales forecasting, and actual sales and labour data.
Reports: This is where you can generate numerous reports to gain insight on your business. Types of reports include labour cost reports, clock hour reports, and payroll reports.
Payroll: Other than actually running payroll, you can also add earnings & deductions,process pay outside of your payroll schedule in an off run, or view your invoices using the left hand navigation bar.
Logbook: Add comments/notes in the Logbook from that day in the business. These can be compared to a summary that includes labour costs and forecasts for that day. Customize templates, categories, and set up an alarm to notify you of Logbook entries daily.
Push is organized using seven main tabs at the top of the page. The tabs you are able to view may be dependent on your Subscription and/or Add-On's. For more information, please feel free to contact our Push Support Team to connect you with the relevant team or navigate to our Push Pricing page.
Once you click on a main tab, there will be a left hand navigation bar where you can access the various features and functions within that category.
Please note, the tabs mentioned above will be viewable based on the permissions that are given to Team Administrators by Super Administrators.