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Salary not deducting for 1 day in April

Hi,

One of the Employee was on uninformed leave for Month of April, we marked LWP Leave without Pay for the month including all Sundays and Saturdays.

But when we marked LWP, system is showing 29 days as Absence days and 30 days as Calender Days.

please help me to resolve the issue.

i want system to calculate 30 days Absence days for deducting 30 days Salary.

regards,

puja

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2014 at 05:01 AM

    Hi Puja,

    As per my understanding, first we need to check, PT03 for respective work schedule rule for the month of April 2014.

    From here you will get a clue why the absence days are coming 29 days while calendar days are 30.

    Or else please share the screen shot of April Month work schedule .

    Regards,

    Prashanti Swain

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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2014 at 12:24 PM

    Hi Prashanthi,

    The field Absence days is for actual absence days. It wont impact his salary.

    And one more thing, If a holiday is created we should maintain holiday class, it should not be blank.

    As I gone through work schedule I found no weekly Off every day you maintained DWS as GS Genral shift for 8.50 hrs.

    If you maintaing a Day off say for Sundays /Saturdays with DWS OFF / FREI with zero working hrs even these days will reduce from Absence days field in infotype 2001.

    So there is no need to change any thing.

    Run payroll and check..

    best of luck...

    Regards,

    Srikrishna

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2014 at 08:47 AM

    Hi Puja,

    Run a stimulation payroll for the employee and send the screen shot of Pay-slip.

    Payroll will deduct salary based on processing class 10 (Factoring)

    I hope ever one knows this. Generally we will assign 1 for all wage type or even if we copy from model wage types like MB10, M220, and M230…etc. Processing class 10 will have specification 1

    Factoring will be based on INP1 and XVAL PCR’s. Since we have Processing class 10 assigned with 1 the rate calculated in /801 wage will be multiplied with our wage type to get the prorated amount.

    Rate in /801 will be calculated in PCR INP1.

    Let us see what it will do.

    RTE=TKSOLL

    Rate is equal to Calendar days in month. Say April means 30

    RTE-TKAU**

    Rate minus unpaid absences in Calendar days

    Unpaid or Paid is based on T554C Table for Absence Valuation and

    Calendar days is the number from the field Calendar days (KALTG) 2001 Info-type.

    So if we enter an unpaid absence from 01/04 to 30/04 calendar days will be 30.

    Results is 30 minus 30 will be 0(zero) will be multiplied with our wages in XVAL PCR resulting zero amount.

    Info-type 2001

    Absence hours is working hour absent as per work schedule this will not Impact in Payroll

    See INP1 PCR /801

    TSSOLL : Planned working time measured in working hours

    TSAU** : Unpaid absence measured in working hours

    If client is calculating salary based on hours we will use 3 in Processing class 10.

    Even now the salary will be zero cause TSSOLL we be equal to TSAU**.

    Absence days is the days employee absent in working days of company

    In your case it will be 29 cause you have 1 holiday with holiday class 3.

    /802 will store rate based on Absence days. Let us check

    TASOLL : Planned working time measured in work days

    This value will be 29 in your case.

    TAAU** : Unpaid absence measured in working days

    This will be the value from info-type 2001 I.e. 29 again

    Result of salary will be same.

    So don’t bother about Absence days in 2001.

    Absence info-type will store calendar days, Absence days and absence hours for different proposes as a SAP standard functionality.

    Counting rule is to count absence to deduct from Time Quota and will not Impact in Payroll.


    So my suggestion is Run a stimulation payroll for the employee and send the screen shot of Pay-slip.

    Regards,

    Srikrishna

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