August 15th, 2013 by Mike Spence

Do you offer delivery as an option?  If so, you should know that SelbySoft has a number of driver reimbursement options for you to look at.

  • Per Item:  If you compensate based on the number of items delivered, this is the way to go.  This will allow you to setup a price for compensation based on the menu group item that the employee delivers.  For example:  paid by the pizza.
  • Per Ticket:  The most common method of compensation for drivers.  They are paid based on how many tickets they deliver (in the example it is $1.00 per ticket).
  • Percentage:  With this method, you are able to compensate by a percentage (it can differ per employee).  This is a great way to reward an employee who works harder by giving them a higher percentage.
  • Mileage:  When this is selected, drivers can enter the starting and ending odometer mileage of their vehicles.  Employees are then compensated by the mile.
  • None:  Pretty easy. . . There is no additional compensation!


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November 18th, 2010 by ssadmin
What about paying delivery drivers?
In our last post, we talked about different offerings for those of you that deliver and how to charge a customer an additional fee for that delivery.
So what about the driver?  Most of the locations we work with compensate their drivers in one way or another.  With SP-1 you can choose a number of different methods for accomplishing this.

Per Item:  With this selected, you can actually compensate your delivery drivers based on the number of items they deliver per ticket!
Per Ticket: By far the most common delivery payments.  The employee is compensated per run.
Percentage:  Compensate based on a percentage of the total ticket.  This is a great option as you can then compensate different drivers with different amounts.  You simply put a percentage that you will will compensate in the employee master file.
Milage:   Compensate for miles driven.  Another great way to compensate because it is based on distance and can have a different amount per driver.   You enter the milage in the employee master files.  Once this is activated, you can then have SP-1 record the total in and out milage for the employee as well!
None:  If you use a company vehicle for deliveries you may not compensate beyond the normal wage.

Contact us at:
Mike Spence
8326 Woodland Ave. E
Puyallup Wa 98371

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