The Costs by Day report shows you a timeline of wage costs day by day, allowing you to see trends in your wage expenditure over the week, month or financial year.

You can find Cost by Day Reporting under Reports and Cost Timelines:

Before running the report, if you’re wanting to compare against a roster, ensure you have created a roster for the time period and approved timesheets.

Costs by Day Report

Comparing Timesheets and Rosters

The Costs by Day report can compare timesheets with the roster from the same period or two time periods to show variances. To change between report types click Compare With and select the report type you would like to see

Comparing Timesheets

The timeline graph can be organised with cost bars grouped together or stacked to help you best interpret the data. To switch between the two views, select the Grouped or Stacked:

Comparing against Roster

Choosing Your Date Range

To select which pay periods are included in the timeline click the calendar drop down box directly above the graph and select a pay period from the menu on the right, or select a custom date range from the calendars provided.

Including Oncosts

If you would like super, workcover and leave accrual costs to be included in the report, click the Include Oncostsmenu and select Yes, otherwise select No.

Filtering Your Results

You can filter your wage cost by Location, Team, Award Tags , and User Role. To generate a wage cost report for a particular team, click on Team and select the team. You can apply different filters by clicking on them and selecting the filter type.

Cost by Day Breakdown

Underneath the cost timeline is a cost breakdown for each day in the report by employment type as well as the total cost for the day.

Loading, Saving and Exporting Reports

Use the Email or Print buttons to export a wage cost report or use the Load/Save reports drop down menu to Load/Save reports, and select a report to load or save. To have the report emailed to you at a regular interval click Email and select a time.

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