The High Comp Percents report ranks employees who have the highest dollar amount of comps. The employees can be ranked based on their performance during the selected week or the past six weeks.
The report also displays a comp percentage for each employee, which is calculated based on the comp amount versus the total sales for the server during the specified time frame. For example, if an employee's total sales for a specified week amounted to $100, and the employee had $20 worth of comps during that week, they would have a comp percentage of 20%.
This report helps managers monitor servers with high comp activity. If a manager notices that a particular server is consistently ranking high on this report, further investigation may be necessary.
- Filter by location(s) or location group(s).
- Select any one-week time frame.
- You may run this report based on net sales or gross sales.
- Select the number of employees to display. For example, if you select "Show Bottom 10", the ten worst employees will be displayed. Note that the higher an employee is ranked, the worse their comps were. So the employee who is ranked No. 1 has the highest comp amount.
- Select the method by which you would like the employees to be ranked. You may rank employees based on their performance during the selected week ("Current Week"), or you may rank employees based on their performance over the last six weeks ("6 Week Average").
- Filter by Jobs or Work Centers. Once you make this selection, you may select individual jobs/work centers to further filter your results.
- This report can be viewed/exported in various formats. It can also be directly emailed.