To begin creating your Commission structure, go to Manager > Commission.
Here you will see a list of existing commission structures if there are any, and a button to Add a new structure.
To create a new commission structure, click Add. To edit an existing structure, double-click it.
Give the commission structure a name by entering one into the Commission Name field. The Commission name is just a reference for you to know which structure you're applying to each staff member. You can edit this later if you need to.
Next, use the Services Default Commission and/or Product Default Commission dropdown menus at the top of each section to apply a commission % to all Service Categories and/or Product Categories.
Note: Commission is calculated on the Net amount (before tax).
If you have different commission structures for each Service Category or Product Category or have different commission structures for individual Services or Products, you can click the drop-down options beside each row to change them individually
Target-based/Tiered Commission Structure
You can create levels of targets where more commission is earned after a staff member has surpassed a particular value of sales, by using the + button when building your commission structure.
For example, with the structure below applied a staff member would not start earning commission until they've reached 300 in Service sales. Once they surpass 300 in service sales, they would then start earning 7% on any additional sales between 300 and 700. Then, once they surpass 700, they will start earning 12% on any further sales thereafter.
Once you've built your commission structure, click Save to finish.
Once you've created all of your commission structures, you'll need to assign a structure to your team members. Click here for a guide on how to assign a commission structure to a staff member.
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