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Pay Scale Type Configuration.

Hi,

Our client wants to implement sap payroll having three employee unions. Each union has different salary and allowance structure. Is it required to have separate pay scale type, area, group and level for these 3 unions or one pay scale type,area,group and level will fulfill this requirement.(client is having single factory at one location in India)

Please provide some idea on this.

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2014 at 06:09 PM

    Hi Ram,

    I think one Pay Scale Type and Pay scale Area is sufficient

    But you required define 3 Wage type models and 3 allowance group

    Ravi

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 06:49 AM

    Hi Ram,

    You can have one Payscale type, area. Because you specified that yours is a single location factory. When you have multiple industry with different geographical locations which affects the employee compensation, then you may have to define multiple PScale type & area.

    You can configure different unions with ESG for PCR & ESG for CAP. Your PS group & level will be probably the employee grades and their corresponding scale of pay, which will be configured in view v_T510. Each grade of employees is to be linked with Basic Pay wage types.

    Regards,

    Bala.

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