By definition, the extra contract (also called "contrat d'usage" in French) is a special contract that allows you to hire an employee for a specific and temporary task (a few hours to several days). This contract can only be used for specific and immediate needs, for a specific position.
Like all employees of the company, the extra must be listed in the staff register.
What are the features of an extra contract on Combo?
The extra contract is included in the calculation of your total payroll.
Overtime beyond 35 hours is taken into account and compensated.
It's possible to receive meal vouchers and bonuses.
In the payroll report, no additional time, no normal hours, no missing hours, no entry/exit calculation (in case of arrival or departure during the payroll period).
For the DPAE of your extras who have several contracts in a row, be sure to complete the DPAE after the creation of each contract. If you create all the contracts in a row, the DPAE will no longer be offered on Combo. We explain how to do the DPAE here 👈
The extra contract will be for a minimum of one day on Combo. If your extra works for several locations within the same day, make them schedulable on the different locations. You will be able to find the details of the hours worked per location on the attendance sheet of your employee !
How is my extra displayed on the schedule and in my report?
On the schedule, if the employee is there several times, it means that he has several contracts on this week. Each line represents a contract to differentiate the number of hours worked or the remuneration, for example.
Example: Craig has an extra contract for the day of October 18 of 10 hours, which will be paid at the hourly minimum wage. Then another contract from October 19 to 31 of 35 hours paid a little above the hourly minimum wage.
In the payroll report and in the spreadsheet export, each contract is also on a separate line.
In this example, we have: Craig's extra contract of 10H from October 18th and the extra contract of 35H, from March 19th to 31th.