When you add a compensation, this shows what has been paid to an employee.

Only employees with administrator access can follow these steps: 

  1. On the main menu click COMPANY.
  2. Find the employee you want to add compensation for and click on their name.

    📌TIP: Alternatively you can just search for their name using the search bar at the top.
  3. On the profile menu, click Compensation.
  4. Click ADD COMPENSATION.
  5. Select the payment date. This always defaults to the employees start date if a compensation has not already been added for them.
  6. Select the payment type. 
  7. Enter an amount.
  8. Select the currency. 
  9. If the payment type you selected is ongoing, such as salary, you need to also select a Pay period and a Change reason.
  10. If required, enter a comment.
  11. Click SAVE.

You can then see the compensation added.

📎NOTE: If you want to add compensation for multiple employees in one batch, you can use the import function.

Add historical salary changes

When you add a salary you can only choose a start date. It is common that an employee may not have had the same salary at company since when they first started. For example they may have had a promotion, had a pay rise or pay decrease etc.

Below is an example of entering historic salary changes:

🔧Example:

Annie is Head Housekeeper at a hotel. She was first hired as a housekeeper 15 September 2012, earning £8 per hour. Annie then got a promotion as Head Housekeeper on 1 March 2017, earning £22,000 per year. 

Step 1 - Enter starting salary


Once done, we click SAVE

This then shows their salary as £8 per hour from 15/09/2012 to  "Current".

Step 2 - Enter promotion salary pay rise

Once done, we click SAVE

This now shows their salary as £8 per hour from 15/09/2012 to 28/02/2017.
It also shows their salary as £22,000 a year from 01/03/2017 to  "Current".

📌TIP: Alternatively you could do this via import.

To get the same results as adding it manually, below is how you would enter the previous information in the import template.

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