If your employee is primarily paid an hourly rate, then you can add additional hourly rates, too. You can also add additional fixed-rate payment types, whether they're primarily paid an hourly wage or salary.
Click “PEOPLE” from the admin menu.
If your small business hires both employees and contractors, you can view only your employee list by clicking "EMPLOYEE."
Click the employee you want to add an hourly rate for.
Click "PAY INFORMATION."
Workful will automatically add overtime and double-time to your hourly workers, so you don't have to worry about adding those pay rates to each employee. You might choose to add an additional hourly rate if your worker has multiple roles in your company.
To add a new hourly rate, click "ADD COMPENSATION" next to "Additional Compensation."
Change the description to how you'd like it to appear on your employee's paystub.
Enter how much they make per hour.
If your team member typically works a set number of hours per pay period at this hourly rate, enter they number of hours they usually work. This number will automatically be added every time you run payroll.
If the staff member works varying number of hours, you can enter "0."
Additional compensation will not pull in time from your employee’s time clock, so you will need to add their hours worked each time you run payroll or set default hours.
You can add additional pay rates to any of your W-2 employees. These are flat rates added to your employee's paycheck. They include commission, bonuses, vacation and holiday pay, and cash tips.
Click "ADD PAY RATE" next to "Additional Pay Rates."
Use the drop-down list to choose the type of pay rate.
You can change the description to how you'd like it to appear on the worker's paystub.
Enter the amount they'll receive per pay period.
You can edit most additional pay rates directly in each payroll run. If you're adding a pay rate that changes regularly, like commission, or is only paid occasionally, like a bonus, you can enter the amount as "0" and edit it when you run payroll. If you're adding a salary, however, you can only change the amount in the employee's pay information.