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Absence Counting rule


Hi Experts,

I have a Question regarding to Absence Quotas.

If an Employee is working 10 hrs a Day. and he has 20 days of absence Quota,

if i mention 125% in Quota Multiplier.

1) Does It means on marking 1 day leave, 1.25 days will be deducting from his Quotas? which is in Loss.

2) Or It means his 1 day will not be completed as per the payroll. unless he takes 1.25 days days of leave which is 12.5 hours off ?

Please help to clarify it

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 09:47 AM


    Any scenerio where we put less than 100% in Quota multiplier?

    as i am not able to come up with any of those...

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      There are scenarios on half day public holiday i.e employee planned working hours are half when we compare it with regular planned working hours Normal working day planned hours "8" half day public holiday is says that employee supposed to work "4 hours" in such cases organization will decide that who ever absent on that particular day should be treated as half day absent in that cases we will use 50% as quota multiplier

      Why.? as per planned working hours he supposed to work 4 hours but he is absent for 4 hours system considers it as 1 day since always absence details are compared with planned working time i.e 4 hours absent = 4 hours planned working time which is equal to 1 day but to avoid quota deduction as 1 day we will multiply it with 50% then it will become 0.5 day as absent in deduction column of 2006.

      Regards

      Venkatesh

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 09:46 AM

    When you give 125% in Quota multiplier which means 1 absent day from 2001 will be counted as 1.25 absent days it will be deducted from quota as 1.5 days.

    if you wanted consider 10 hours = 1 day absent as "1 day " you have to keep it as 100% only it varies depends on the requirement.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 09:33 AM

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      Thanks Andy,

      To be sure, That 1.25 days will be counted as 1 day in payroll

      and Since that Employee is working hard 10 hrs/day so there Quota Entittlement will be more than other working in normal shifts? to accomodate the deduction of 1.25 in single shot.

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