Select Maintenance > Labor > Job Groups to access this function.
Job groups make it easier to control the menus that appear based on the job code under which an employee operates. Use the Job Groups function to identify job groups into which to bundle multiple job codes. If you use Tip Share Distribution, a separate job group specific to tip share makes it easier to distribute tip-share contributions based on the area of the restaurant in which an employee works. For example, in an establishment with a bar and dining area in both the downstairs and upstairs, create a ‘Downstairs’ and an ‘Upstairs’ job group and then select Maintenance > Labor > Jobcodes, access an upstairs bartender job code, and select ‘Upstairs’ from the ‘Job Group for tip share’ drop-down list.
After you identify your job groups, assign each job group to any function with a provision for using them. For example, select Maintenance > Labor > Jobcodes, select a job code, and designate the job group to correlate with that job code in both ‘Job Group’ and ‘Job Group for tip share,’ if applicable. Job Group tab enables you to create and identify your job groups.
Job Group tab
Group Bar: Settings
Name — Identifies the job group.