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Positive Time Recording & Salaried Employee

Hello All

I have run into a business requirement that I am unsure how I could proceed
to facilitate a solution for the business. At present, we are working in ECC
6.0, payroll is run in house along with Time Evaluation without time clocks. We
run a bi-weekly payroll.

The requirement, there is a small group of salaried employees that work
shift hours. These salaried employees are entitled to 80 hours of working hours
regardless if the work schedule defined in IT0007 has them working 80 hours or
not. So, example, salaried employee could work 60 hours in a two week but they
are entitled to 80 hours. On the flip side, employee could work 85 hours in
another period and they would only be paid 80 hours.

At present, all salaried employees manage time via positive time recording.
Basically, in the business of this company negative time recording is not
employed. Note: For vacation and sick quotas to be generated for any employee
(salary/hourly) is managed via positive time recording.

With that said, any ideas on what I could do to facilitate a solution for
this special group of salaried employees?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 05:12 AM

    Hi,

    Create a new PSG for this employee group & Under Substitutions option maintain "Define Personnel Subareas for Substitution Types", "Define Substitution Types" (Opt for Shift Substitution), & "Set Defaults for Substitution Types"

    Try this!!!...

    Regards,

    Veeram

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