Setting up a pay rate for a service

Pay rates are determined differently for each service type. When you schedule a Class or Event, you must determine the pay rate that will be applied to the staff members who host that specific Class or Event. The staff member must already have an existing pay rate set up before you can set up the pay rate for a service.

To learn how to set up pay rates for your staff members, see Setting a staff member’s pay rates.

CautionIf you want to modify a service’s pay rate going forward, you must create a new pay rate. If any modification is made to an existing pay rate, previously recorded payments in reports will be modified.

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To set up a pay rate for a Class or Event:

  1. Click the App Drawer button .
  2. In the App Drawer, click Setup.
  3. On the Setup menu, click Classes or Events.
  4. Under the Class or Event type for which you want to set a pay rate, click Add/Modify below CLASSES SCHEDULED or SESSIONS SCHEDULED. You may have to browse the list, use the Search option, or filter the list to find the Class or Event.
  5. Click the Edit schedule details button  next to the Class or Event that will have its pay rates set.
  6. Click NEXT until STEP 3 is selected.
  7. Next to INSTRUCTOR, click the Edit button .
  8. In the Select a Pay Rate list, select a pay rate.
  9. Click NEXT.
  10. To prevent your clients from receiving notifications of this change, make sure the Send email to affected clients and Send SMS to affected clients checkboxes are cleared and click NEXT.
  11. Click COMPLETE.

To set up a pay rate for an Appointment:

  1. Click the App Drawer button .
  2. In the App Drawer, click Setup.
  3. On the Setup menu, click Appointments.
  4. On the Appointment Types page, click the Appointment for which you want to set up a pay rate. You may have to browse or filter the list to find the Appointment.
  5. In Advanced Settings, under Staff, select a pay rate from the list for each selected staff member.
  6. Click SAVE.
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