The Weekly Labor Schedule Summary report is comprised of data from the informational boxes at the bottom of the View Schedules page (the Employee Summary box, the Job Summary box, and the DOB Summary box). The report also includes forecasted sales and labor percentages for each day or budgeted sales and labor percentages for each day.
Note: Zero Rate Employees will always be displayed on this report. Jobs that are not scheduled for the selected date range will not appear on the report.
This is a great report to use if you want a quick labor overview of a particular week. You can see how much each employee was expected to make during the week, along with the total projected wages of all employees. This report also allows you to get a quick snapshot of projected labor versus projected sales.
- Filter by location(s) or location group(s).
- Filter by week.
- Filter by schedule.
- Filter by work center.
- Filter by job.
- Select a projected sales metric. You may select Forecasted Sales or Budgeted Sales.
- This report can be viewed/exported in various formats. It can also be directly emailed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When I view the Labor Schedule Summary report there are no projected sales or projected labor percentages in the DOB Summary. Why is this data not showing?
A: You must first create forecasted sales in the Forecast module. The labor percentage is generated using the forecasted sales figure as the equation's denominator.
Q: Why am I not seeing all of the schedules I have built?
A: Make sure you have posted all of your schedules on the Schedule Builder page. The Weekly Labor Schedule Summary only displays data from posted schedules. The report is displaying less actual shifts or hours for an employee than expected, why is this? This report only returns data for jobs that were originally scheduled for the selected date range. If your employee worked a job that was not scheduled for the selected date range, this job would not be included as part of their actual shifts or actual hours.