New Easy Employee Payroll Sheet

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This easy employee 1 page payroll sheet makes adding up sessions and pay a breeze. Plus, I have a half-dozen types of training and pay rates for employees who get paid different rates for different sessions. It’s quick to read at a glance and even easier for you to teach your trainers how to use!

Since I do payroll every other Friday, I have my CPTs staple this form to the top of each week’s daily appointment sheets. So basically, there will be 5-6 daily appointment sheets with one payroll sheet on top tallying all the sessions for that week. They will do this for both weeks and then I will add up both totals (after having my assistent confirm the numbers) and cut them a paycheck every other Friday. It’s simple… just the way I like it.

>>> Download the new employee/contractor payroll sheet here

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  • Ruston Webb

    Do you have example sheets of the following?

    1. Daily appointment client sign-in sheets
    2. Session record sheet showing all client sessions to date (cross reference)

  • All of my trainers are independent contractors. They handle their own quarterly taxes, etc.

    You have to just hire correctly to have people follow the same protocol for training and business – look for people who train how you would like them too. Plus, I take every new CPT through a training process and show them how the studio functions and what’s required of them.

    Your state may vary, but I’d find it hard to believe you can’t instruct your contractors in how they should do business with your clients?

    Also, I am not currently using any software for session tracking. I keep it simple and have the CPTs hand in 3 sheets for payroll.

    1. Daily appointment client sign-in sheets
    2. Session record sheet showing all client sessions to date (cross reference)
    3. Payroll total sessions sheet

    Hope that helps!

  • Robert Selders

    Are you using any software for tracking & scheduling clients? Are you paying the trainers you employ and those who are independent contractors the same rate? If you have independent contractor trainers, how do you get them to use your systems, follow your training methods, work one your schedule (accountant told me I couldn’t do that for ICs)?