Runn provides a forecast of key people metrics for each person on your team, including: 

  • Available Hours (h)
  • Hours Off (h)
  • Assigned Hours (h)
  • Billings ($)

The forecast is for the next 4 weeks including this week. 

It gives a quick overview of a person's upcoming schedule and how much value they will earn you. 

Note that any data shown here is based on your inputs. Runn does not make an allowance for over-bookings. E.g. if you schedule Horace for 10 h per day, but his availability is 8 h per day, we will show 10 assigned hours and use those 10 hours to calculate billings. 

Here's an example of how we calculate these metrics: 

Horace Hamill is a Developer. He's a permanent, full-time employee, which means he works 8 hours per day as per his contract: 

For the 4 week period of Jan 6 to Feb 2:

  • Bronze is scheduled to work full-time (8h per day) from Jan 6 to Jan 10 on the Amazon - Secret Moon Base project.  
  • He's also scheduled to work part-time (6h per day)  from Jan 20 to Jan 31 on the Tesla - Model Z User Interface project
  • He's got time-off booked from Jan 13 to Jan 17

See his schedule below:

  • The charge-out rate for a Developer on the Amazon - Secret Moon Base project is $110 per hour.
  • The charge-out rate for a Developer on the Tesla - Model Z User Interface project is $150 per hour.

Available Hours 

Available Hours are a person's contracted hours per day, multiplied by the number of working days for the next 4 weeks.

For Horace this would be: 

  1. The number of working days for the period between Jan 6 - Feb 2  = 20 
  2. Number of contracted working hours/day =

Available Hours = 8hours/day * 20 days = 160 hours

Hours Off

Hours Off are a person's contracted hours per day, multiplied by the number of time-off days that the person has scheduled for the next 4 weeks.

For Horace this would be: 

  1. Number of contracted working hours/day = 8
  2. Number of time-off days for the period btw. Jan 13 - Jan 17 = 5

Hours Off = 8 hours/day * 5 days = 40 hours

Assigned Hours 

Assigned Hours are the sum of a person's assigned hours for the next 4 weeks. If the person has time-off booked during a scheduled project assignment, then those hours are not counted.

For Horace this would be: 

  1. Assigned hours on the Amazon - Secret Moon Base project:
  • Horace is scheduled for 8h/per day from Jan 6 to Jan 10, which equals 5 working days. 
  • 8h/day * 5 days = 40 hours.

2. Assigned hours on the Tesla - Model Z User Interface project:

  • Horace is scheduled for 6h/per day from Jan 20 to Jan 31, which equals 10 working day. 
  • 6h/day * 10 days = 60 hours.

Assigned hours = 40 hours (Amazon project) + 60 hours (Tesla project) = 100 hours. 

Billings

Billings give you an indication of the value the person will be earning you over the next 4 weeks. This metric is based off a person's assigned hours, multiplied by the respective role charge out rates for that project. 

For Horace this would be: 

  1. Amazon - Secret Moon Base project:
  • Assigned hours  = 40 hours
  • Developer charge out rate  =  $150/hour
  • Billings = 40 hours * $110/hour = $4,400

2. Tesla - Model Z User Interface project:

  • Assigned hours  = 60 hours
  • Developer charge out rate =  $110/ hour
  • Billings  = 60 hours * $150/hour = $9,000 

Billings = $4,400 (Amazon project) + $9,000 (Tesla project) = $13,440


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