Using Percent Labor vs Sales as Labor Control
1. Enter sales projections: https://support.dolceclock.com/help/entering-projected-sales
2. Sent analytics controls:
- Gearwheel Menu > Analytics Settings
- Check the settings shown below, and Save Settings
- For a given schedule, in the Weekly analytics table, enter the % Labor Target in the Budget column as shown below.
- The table will back out fixed salary labor, and show the max Hourly labor % (see outlined number below)
- As a manager builds a schedule, they will see the total hourly labor they've scheduled alongside the budgeted %
- If the Schedule exceeds the labor target, manager will be unable to publish the schedule. (providing the Analytics constraints shown above are engaged)
NOTE: When you add a Budget %, you'll be prompted to carry forward the % target for the next 13 weeks.
Using Hours or Labor Dollars as Labor Control
From Gearwheel Menu > Analytics Settings
- Change the labor control as shown below, and Save Settings
- You are now able to populate Budget variables other than % labor
- If you'd like to prevent publishing a schedule if Labor Dollars or Hours exceeds the budgeted column, email email@example.com to engage the setting.
- If you'd like to upload annual budgets via spreadsheets, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll guide you through the import process.