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Positive Time (Change in Time status from 1 to 9)

Hi All,

We are using Positive time management (TM00) and Negative Time management (TM04).

Certain employees will moved from Positive to Negative or vice versa based on thier position. User will manually changes the time status when there is a change.

This affecting during the Absence quota generation. If any employee changed from Negative to Positive in middle of the year it is affecting the quota generation. how can better can it be handled?

We have two separate Schema for both Positive and Negative.

Thanks

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 02:52 PM

    Hi Raj,

    I understood that it's affecting in quota generation.

    Can you give one scenario by which you have encountered with the issue. As per my knowledge it's with validity and deduction table configuration and identify the quota for increase or no generation status. Am i correct?

    Regards,

    Sankarsan

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 06:08 PM

    We have positive (casuals) and negative (regular) attendance employees but we are using only one Time Evaluation Schema.

    Whenever there is a reassignment, the users are supposed to delimit all Quotas before the reassignment if the employee changes Employee Subgroup Grouping (ESG) or Personnel Subarea Grouping (PSG), even if they are reassigned from casual non-unionized to casual unionized or from regular to regular. During the reassignment Action, if required, the Time Management Status on IT0007 is changed.

    During Time Evaluation, the new Quotas are generated, and if applicable, some Quota Balances could be transfered through IT2013.

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