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Recorvery wage type

Dear All,

My Client has requirement, they want all Earning WT to have recovery WT.

Let me know, how do i meet such requirement.

Regard

KKS

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2014 at 05:08 AM

    Suppose you have maintained an Earning WT's say in IT0014 or IT0015...

    e.g Mobile Expenses (Earning Side)

    You need to copy those respective WT (Mobile Expenses) rename it as "Mobile Expense - Deduction"

    Maintain:-

    Check Entry Permissibility for Additional Payments, Define Wage Type Permissibility for each PS and ESG,Define employee subgroup grouping for primary wage type, Define personnel subarea grouping for primary wage type


    &


    Under

    "Check wage type characteristics"


    Select

    Amount :- Deduction WT & Save...

    Just do it for all Earning WT's...

    This will solve your issue...

    Regards,

    Veeram

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2014 at 05:44 AM

    Hi KKS,

    You want for all your earning wage type you want to have a recovery wage type. Generally reovery happens at the time of retro means any master data of the previous period has been changed, which effected the previous payroll result.

    In SAP normally any recovery or arrear is processed with standard wage type /551, /552, /563,/565,/566.

    But in order to make it specific we create Carry Forward and Brought Forward wagetype for all the earning wage type.

    Example: Earning Wage type: 1000 (BASIC Pay), 1001 (Carry Forward), 1002 (Brought Forward)

    Then map the wagetype 1001 and 1002 in PCR IN42, IN43, IN44.

    The map the wagetype to all your payslip.

    By this if any recovery has to happen then the respective wage type will be processed and get displayed in the payslip.

    Hope this will help you.

    Thanks & Regards

    Saroj Hial

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2014 at 10:52 AM

    Has your query got solved!!!

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