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Standard Hours Recovery through Off Cycle Workbench


Dear Sap gurus,

My client has 1 requirement that some 20 hours for regular standard hours of previous month has to be recovered from employee through Off cycle

Regular payroll run for Dec'2013 has been already been run and payroll status has been set to exit. Now we are running Off-cycle workbench on 2jan2014.

But when we enter Negative 20 hours in IT2010, and run PuOc - xx it is not showing negative amount to be recovered...at present the employee is active.

Is it possible through OFF Cycle Workbench or it can be recovered only thrugh regular payroll by calculating hours recovery amount outside and putting up that negative amount in IT-0015..

Please reply it is very urgent..

Regards

Varun

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    your final option is best...if u want to go with off cycle automatically u have to go with PCRs

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      Thanks Sikindar,

      But FICO Posting for December'13 has already been done....if i carry out through Regular Payroll with defining offcycle reason then in that case it is calculating negative amount for those 20 hours but how do i do posting for offcycle workbench run.

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