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FLSA & Regular rate calculations

How does the system calculates FLSA rate of pay and the regular rate of pay? Also for the regular rate of pay , How do we know that ,which wage types are included in that calc? Appreciate your time & efforts...Sophia

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2014 at 07:42 AM

    Hi Sophia,

    Processing class 85 specifications determine the wage type that participate in FLSA whether with number of hours or amount or both and whether they are just going to participate or/and even get calculated by FLSA rate.

    FLSA rate is calculated by RGRTE function in schema which reads PCL 85 specification for respective weeks and detrmine /R00 which is Regular rate of pay used to determine FLSA rate for respective wage type.

    Hope this helps.



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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2014 at 06:11 AM

    Hi Sophia,

    At Master data level This can be set up at Job level by checking the exempt indicator and in the schema the PCR TOEX checks if the employee is exempt or not and the other way is Additional time ID where an employee is determined whether exempt or not.

    In V_t512W_D table the Processing class 85 would be maintained suitably to determine the rate of pay for the Wage types.

    At schema/PCR level the UTRR PCR checks for the employee subgrps maintained with hourly and wweek if condition is satisfied/not satisfied then the UTR0 schema processes the wage types for FLSA and regular rates.



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