Work is used when recording employee time - every timesheet entry must specify the work it relates to.
Work links time entries with Pay Items that determine what the employee will be paid for the time. If your employees perform different duties or types of work which are paid at different rates, or which you'd like to report on, then you can set them up to record time against in PayHero.
You can view and create work types under Manage > Work.
Default Work is a work type setup by default in your PayHero account. Employees with time recorded against Default Work will be paid Ordinary Time at the employee's Normal Rate.
Click the green icon to create a new work type.
Enter the following details for the work type:
Work Name - This name will appear in dropdown menus to select work from. Ensure the name sufficiently identifies what the work is for and differentiates the work from any other work types you may have.
Timesheet Pay Item - Select the Pay Item this type of work is to be paid against. You can choose from the default options e.g. Ordinary Time, Second Pay Rate, or a custom pay item you have created.
Public Holiday Pay Item - Select the Pay Item this type of work is to be paid against if the time entry falls on a public holiday, e.g. Time and a Half.
Expense Pay Item - Select an expense reimbursement Pay Item for this work to be recorded against. You can find more information in our Expenses support article.
Timesheets Colour - Select the colour for the Work item. This will display in the Week Summary.
Default Hours - Tick Has Default Hours if you'd like to set a common start and end time for the work. When new time is added for that work it will automatically apply these hours, though they can still be adjusted.
To remove work you no longer need, open the work type and click Archive in the bottom right corner.
To view archived work click on the menu icon on the right hand side of the Work list. Select Show Archived Work and archived work will be displayed - the grey archive icon indicates which work types are archived.
To restore archived work, open the work and click Restore in the top right hand corner.