The pay and OT can be edited by navigating to the "Team Members" menu and selecting "View" of the person who you would like to edit.

Pay Rate

The pay rate is made up of 4 components:

  1. Effective Date - this is the date that the pay rate will take effect. By default, the pay rate that you enter during the process of initially inviting the worker will take effect immediately. If your worker receives an increase or decrease in pay, you should create a new pay rate to reflect this with an effective date that aligns with the start of the new pay amount

  2. Pay Type - this indicates what type of pay the worker receives
    - Hourly
    - Salary
    - 1099 Contractor (Hourly or Daily)

  3. Rate - hourly/daily pay rate

  4. Workers Comp - workers comp rate for the worker

Editing Pay Rate Information

You are able to edit pay rate information for up to 30 days prior to the current effective date.

If you would like to edit a pay rate that took effect more than 30 days ago, you must create a new pay rate instead.

Creating a New Pay Rate

When adding a new pay rate, the effective date will indicate when the new rate will take effect (and the old rate will not longer apply)

Overtime Settings

The overtime settings are made up of 4 components:

  1. Effective Date - this is the date that the overtime settings will take effect. By default, the overtime settings that you enter during the process of initially inviting the worker will take effect immediately. If you change the overtime settings for a worker, you should create a new pay rate to reflect this with an effective date that aligns with the start of the new overtime settings

  2. Exemption Status
    - Exempt - the worker does not accrue overtime
    - Non-Exempt - the worker does accrue overtime based on the policy indicated

  3. Overtime Policy - select from a standard OT policy or contact Workyard support to load in a custom one for your company

  4. Meal Breaks Policy
    - Paid breaks
    - Unpaid breaks

Did this answer your question?