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Revise Payscale Groups and Levels in Indian and US Payroll

Observation arising after implementing Indian Payroll . We started to implement US Payroll and found below difference

Could you please let me know... In US Payroll, In Revise Payscale Groups and Levels There is no such scenario of defaulting the wage types Am i correct Experts

In Indian Payroll Revise Payscale groups and level The wage types will get default according to grades and levels in an organization For example: M1 M2 M3 will have different pay structure that contains different wage types and in US Payroll there is no such scenario right? In US We configure Hourly , Salaried etc

Please correct me if iam wrong.

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  • Posted on May 30, 2014 at 08:15 AM

    Hi Priya,

    Same tables are being used in USA payroll as in Indian payroll with only difference of country grouping as 40 for India and 10 for USA.

    Could you let me know what is the issue with US payroll with defaulting wage type.

    It really depends upon how you define your payscale type and area to define payscale group and level.

    If your payscale type says bi-weekly and area says salaried non-exempt posiibly you client may want to default wage type as 1000 as an example.

    Generally in USA client systems are either defined as salaried, hourly, etc on Employee Group level but it may vary to be defined at payscale type or area level too but it has nothing to do with defaulting wage type issue. It can still be defined to default based on requirement provided.

    Hope this helps.



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