By setting up labour agreement settings in Nmbrs, you automatically link a group of settings to a specific company and manage these different settings in one place.
These settings are set based on what applies to the labour agreement intended for the company and it is necessary to complete this before a payroll run for a particular company needs to be executed.
Settings for labour agreements are set both in the business and account environment at both the masterlevel and company level.
The settings included in labour agreement settings are:
- Fulltime schedule model
In the fulltime schedule model, you set what needs to work as a standard for the company. For example, you choose how many hours are standard for full time and which time intervals this includes for the days of the week. You also have the option to set when overtime is due.
- Wage model
In the wage model you specify which wage codes should be possible to use for the company. You will also be able to adjust the description of the various wage codes at both master and debtor level. Please note that the description of wage codes is not automatically translated if you change the language in your environment and that this needs to be adjusted at debtor level.
- Hours model
In the hours model you specify which hour codes should be possible to use for the company. You can also adjust the description of the different hour codes at both masterand debtor level. Please note that the description of hour codes is not automatically translated if you change the language in your environment and that this needs to be adjusted at debtor level.
- Time registration model
In the time registration model you indicate what should be possible to register in the time registration in Nmbrs. This may apply to holidays, sick leave, parental leave or working hours.
- Leave model
In the leave model, you fill in the default settings that apply to the total number of holiday days per year, minimum number of holiday days taken, and interval for the semester year (January - December or April - March). Here you also decide if the qualifying day of sickness is applicable to the company and the number of sick days paid.
The settings can be overwritten on company and employee level. For example, if you set up a leave model for a labour agreement with a standard of 25 vacation days but one of the companies has 30 days then it's possible to adjust it for that specific company on company level.