Tanda provides roster costing so you can track the cost of staff and make informed business decisions about who to roster each week.

Go to the relevant roster by either clicking on Rosters > Browse Rosters or Current Roster:

You will notice as you create shifts the Total Cost is updated on the main screen:

If you want to just view the total cost for a particular Team you can use the filters on the left. Click on the relevant Team and you will notice the roster cost updated:

To view a further breakdown of the costs for the particular roster, you can go to the Cost View on the side bar by selecting the downwards facing arrow next to Staff. 

In this section, you will find the Total cost of the current weeks roster. You can also enter in a Sales target for the week for Tanda to calculate what percentage of the sales cost rostering will cost. You can include any Fixed Costs to add to your total, this could include cost of super, or any other business cost.

The Costs by day will show you the individual cost per day as well as Hours and a dollar Average value. You can click the drop down arrow to the right of each day to see a further breakdown of costs per person.

Finally you will find a Costs by staff table, which highlights the different award rates applying for each staff member so you can see who is receiving what rates, and when

Sales and Cost in Day View

If you would like to compare a sales target to your current roster cost, you can do this in the Day View.

Next to Costs in the top right corner, you will now see Sales and Hours as well. If you have connected a Point of Sale System such as Kounta, you will notice that this box has been populated with an amount which is the average of the past four weeks on that same day. You can override this number if you wish. If you do not use a Point of Sale System, you may like to put in a sales target or past sales for that particular day.

Once you have entered in an amount into the Sales box, you will notice two things happen:

  1. The Cost tool calculates a percentage figure which represents your roster cost as a percentage of sales.
  2. The Hours tool calculated a $/hour amount, this represents the sales amount per hour per staff member.
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