This reports displays each employee and compares the employee’s wage and sales made to calculate a profit percentage.
Employee Profit Report Tour
The various components of the Employee Profit report are:
- Employee: The employee's name.
- Labor: The employee's total wages during the reporting period.
- Hours: The employee's total hours worked during the reporting period.
- Sales: The employee's total gross sales for the reporting period.
- % Sales: Sales/ Labor. The higher the percent the more the employee sells per dollar paid to him/ her. Percents below 100% mean the employee's labor costs are higher than the sales he or she brings in.
- Cost: The total costs of all products sold by the employee.
- Profit: The profit on all products sold by the employee.
- % Profit: (Sales-Cost). The higher the percent the more profit the employee is bringing in per dollar paid to him/ her. Percents below 100% mean the employee's labor costs are higher than the profit he or she brings to the business.
- Sales/h.: The employee's average sales per hour worked.
- Profit/h.: The employee's average profit per hour worked.
- Trans.: The number of the employee's transactions.
- Avg Trans.: Average sales per transaction.
- QTY: Number of products sold by the employee.
- QTY/Trans.: Average quantity of product sold by the employee per transaction:
You can see your Employee Profit in different views by using the following filters:
- Role Drop-Down Menu: Use this filter to view employee's assigned to a certain role or department.
- Date Range Drop-Down Menu: Use this filter to view your data from today, yesterday, this week, this month, last week, last month, or a custom range.
- Discounts: Check this box to include discounts in your data.
- Open: Check this box to view data from order and invoices that are currently open.
- Unpaid: Check this box to view data from orders to which there has never been a payment made. Open orders may be unpaid. Unpaid closed orders are likely to have been voided out.
- Irregular: Closed orders where payments do not match sales. This may occur due to declined payments or cross-store returns.
- Web Orders Only: Check this box to see sales data from online orders only.
- Omit Order Below X: Check this box to omit orders below a certain dollar amount.
- Row Colors: If a row is white, it means there's a positive value for profit. If a row is red, it means there's a negative value for profit: