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Payroll days on Public holiday

Hi All,

I would like to know where to make the setting if I want that- if a leave type is entered on public holiday then "Payroll hours" field of IT2001 should get populated like for other days it is populating to 8 Hours. Please find the counting rules I configured but still the "payroll hours" are coming 0 in IT2001.

Thanks,

Gopal
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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2014 at 06:40 AM

    Hi,

    Create a specific leave type for an holiday work and assign that leave type with paid absence valuation rule.

    Then it will work.

    Check.

    Regards,

    Sankarsan

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    • Hi,

      I think in your time evaluation run public holiday wage type it's coming to payroll ZL table (might be any PCR has been written) and which will be added to in result.

      Please share following table details after time evaluation run from Payroll log.

      1. ZL table output

      2. PARTT & PARTA Table output

      3. INP1 PCR (might be customized one will be present)

      4. INP1 output result.

      5. XVAL pcr output result(could be customized one present).

      6. RT table output.

      Kindly cross check.

      Regards,

      Sankarsan

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