To access General Settings
Settings > General Settings > General


Tell Tanda where your business is based to automatically pay public holiday rates on the correct dates. Then add the dates of regional holidays, show days, and any other dates paid at Public Holiday rates.

Public Holiday Region
This will apply Public Holiday rates on all days listed on the pre-built template for that region. You can click on the template headers below to see a list of Public Holidays included on this temple.

Public Holiday Dates
If you can’t see a specific date on the template that you will need to add to your account, you can do this by entering the date into the Public Holiday Dates field. Here you can also specify if the holiday is all day or a specific time. Once you’re happy with the date and time entered, simply click the + icon.

Note for multi locations

For accounts with multiple locations that will require different Public Holidays Regions, this can be set up for each location under Workforce > Teams > Edit Location > Show advanced options.


Expected hours in pay period
In order to cost salaried staff as your business would expect to see it in timesheets and reports, you'll just need to configure how many hours they are contracted to work in a pay period.

If all salaried staff are expected to work the same amount of hours, you can configure this by entering the expected hours in a week in the field above.

What this means, is that if salaried staff work less than the amount entered in a pay period, their salary will be costed less until Leave or TOIL/RDO is entered to bump it back up. 

Show weekends on timesheets and rosters
If enabled, weekends will be shown on timesheets and rosters.
If disabled, Saturdays and Sundays will not show up when viewing a rosters or timesheets unless someone has clocked in on that day.

Don't forget to click Update Settings after making any changes

If you would like further assistance please contact Tanda Support by clicking on the blue chat icon in the bottom right corner, on 1300 859 117 or 

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