- Setup Labour Cost/Sales target under Home > Roster Settings > Labour Cost/Sales, then 'Edit'
- Enter Labour Cost/Sales %, then 'Done'
This will be used to calculate the rostered Labour Cost as a percentage of target Daily Sales, and show when the target Labour Cost/Sales is exceeded (red dot in bar below dates), or not (grey dot).
In Australia, ATO provides Labour Cost/Sales Benchmarks (by Industry and Turnover) for small businesses. This is useful in seeing how you compare to the rest of the industry.
To know if the Target Labour Cost/Sales have been exceed you must enter both the Daily Sales targets and the Labour Cost/Sales target.
A coffee shop with an annual turnover of <$250,000 has target sales for Monday of $1,000. The cost of rostered employees for Monday is $500. This means that the Labour/Sales is 50%. If their target Labour Cost/Sales is 25%, then they will need to reduce their labour cost.
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