Attributing individual products or services sold in a single order to different employees is something you should look out for if you pay a commission to your employees. If a customer gets a manicure and a pedicure performed by different employees, each employee needs to be paid the correct commission. For that reason you can assign each service (in this case a manicure and a pedicure) to two different employees within a single order and transaction.
First, you need to make sure that the employees have the correct compensation setup and that they’re linked to the correct products/services, so their name comes up when you are attributing the sale of a product/service in the Welcome app.
Click here to read an article explaining how to link employees with products and with services they can perform: How to assign products and services to employees
Click here to read an article about setting up employee compensation. Each employee can have different commission % for different products and services: How to setup the compensation for employees
You also need to enable the option to attribute sales to employees in the Welcome app, you can learn about enabling these settings here: Assign an employee to a specific product or service before payment
Once you setup the above mentioned items, you can attribute sales of individual products to different employees within one order. When you’re checking out an employee on the Welcome App, the employee window will pop up automatically if you enabled setting ‘Employee Selection Is Mandatory When Adding Products/Service’. Otherwise you can tap on the pencil icon next to the service/product name in the order detail to then select an employee who performed the service or sold the product in order to correctly attribute the sale and underlying commission to your employees.
You can view the employee compensation for a specific time period in the Labor report, here’s how you can access the Labor report: Labor Report
Please note that the employee compensation feature is a part of our paid bundles.