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Commission Report

Effortlessly calculate service and retail commission rates for each employee/service providers based off of their commission percentage rates.
 
→Employee commission percentages should be entered under the employee settings before running this commission report.
(Manage>Employees>Click on Employee>Settings Tab)
 
Running Commission Report without Product Charges or House Fees:
  1. Enter a start and end date for which you want the report to reflect
  2. Choose ALL employees or Individual employees
  3. Subtract product charge filter can be left as is it does not need to be adjusted in this case
  4. Click Run Detail Report OR Run Summary Report
 
*Detail Report: Provides a breakdown of employee’s commission amounts per each transaction, along with a total commission total.
 


*Summary Report: Provides just a total amount for the employee’s commission.




Running a Commission Report with Product Charges only NO House Fees:
→ A Product Charge is a charge that will be deducted from the service provider’s commission to cover the cost of products used in a service (some business refer to this as a service charge)
→Product charges are to be entered under the service settings as a dollar amount or as a percentage, before running this report
(Manage>Basic Settings>Services)
  1. Enter a start and end date for which you want the report to reflect
  2. Choose ALL employees or Individual employees
  3. Subtract Product Charge filter:
After: Commission will be calculated first from the service price.  THEN the product charge will be subtracted.
 


↳First the commission percentage is taken from the service price
$80.00(Service Price) X .50(Employee Commission) =$40.00
$80.00 x .50 = $40.00
 
↳Now the product charge is subtracted
$40.00(Employee’s commission) - $2.00(Product Charge) =$38.00
$40.00 - $2.00 = $38.00
 
↳Therefore $38.00 is the employee’s compensation on a $80.00 service with a 50% service commission and a $2.00 product charge subtracted AFTER the commission is calculated.
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Before: Product charge will be subtracted from the service price, BEFORE calculating the commission.


↳First the product charge is subtracted from the service price.
$80.00(Service Price) - $2.00(Product Charge) =$78.00
$80.00 - $2.00 = $78.00
 
↳Now the commission rate is taken from the new amount
$78.00 X .50(Employee’s commission) =$39.00
$78.00 X .50 = $39.00
 
↳Therefore $39.00 is the employee’s compensation on a $80.00 service when the product charge of $2.00 is subtracted BEFORE, calculating the commission amount.
 

Running a Commission Report with Product Charges and House Fees:
→ A Product Charge is a charge that will be deducted from the service provider’s commission to cover the cost of products used in a service (some business refer to this as a service charge)
→Product charges are to be entered under the service settings as a dollar amount or as a percentage, before running this report
(Manage>Basic Settings>Services)
 
→A House fee is a charge deducted to the service provider’s commission in order to cover overall salon cost.
→House fees can be entered under the business settings as a dollar amount and can be set up as Per Employee on Service Ticket OR Per Service Ticket
(Manage>Basic Settings>Business settings>Detailed Settings)
 
*Per Employee on Service Ticket: The full house fee will be charged to each service provider on a ticket that performed a services.
     Ex. If the house fee is $2.00, each employee that performed a service on the ticket will get a $2.00 house fee deducted.  
 
*Per Service Ticket: The house fee will be split between each employee that performed a service on the ticket.
     Ex. If the house fee is $2.00, each employee that performed a service on the ticket would split the $2.00 house. Therefore, Two employees would each get a $1.00 house fee deduction.
 
Note: A House fee will always be taken out AFTER the commission rate and the product charge has been calculated.
 


 
↳First the commission percentage is taken from the service price
$80.00(Service Price) X .50(Employee Commission) =$40.00
$80.00 x .50 = $40.00
 
↳Now the product charge is subtracted
$40.00(Employee’s commission) - $2.00(Product Charge) =$38.00
$40.00 - $2.00 = $38.00
 
↳Then the house fee is subtracted
$38.00 - $4.00 = $34.00 
                                                                                       

↳Therefore $34.00 is the employee’s compensation on a $80.00 service with a 50% service commission and a $2.00 product charge and $4.00 house fee subtracted AFTER the commission is calculated.
 

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