Pay Rate Models

 

Fixed- Pay is simply a fixed amount. The amount of time logged or items worked has no effect on the payment amount. 

Hourly- An hourly rate. The first hour worked is always paid in full (0.5 hours worked would be calculated as 1.0), after that pay is calculated by the minute, 1.25 hours worked at $40/hr would earn $50 in labor pay. This is limited by the max hours set. 

Per Device- When this pay rate is used, the service provider is asked to enter the number of devices serviced when logged time. 
 

Blended- This allows for setting a fixed amount of pay that can add an additional amount at an hourly rate once the base set of hours is reached. For example, if you wanted to pay $200 for a job that should take 4 hours, but wanted to cover additional hours needed at $30/hr up to an additional 3 hours. That would total out for a max possible of $290 if 7 hours were worked. 
 

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