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New EE subgroup or personnel subarea?


    We have a req. where we have to start identifying salaried non-exempt employees (salaried employees that get paid overtime). The current design of the system has mapped in the personnel subarea the unions and the employees with no unions, and in the EE subgroup the classic salaried (FT, PT) and hourly (FT, PT).

  The suggested solution for this project is using a new personnel subarea for those salaried nonexempt, meaning that now they are all under personnel subarea XXXX, and then a new personnel area YYYY called "XXXX non-exempt" should be created and the required employees be transferred there.

  I'm questioning now if this is the best approach, or it would be better create instead a new EE subgroup called "Salaried non-exempt" and then move the required employees there, but keeping their original personnel subarea.

I would appreciate your comments on this,

Thank you very much in advance!

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    Jan 13, 2015 at 01:17 PM


    Best practice is to set-up new EE subgroup and this will also allow you to differentiate salaried exempt and non-exempt on IT0008 salary structure.



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    Jan 09, 2015 at 06:39 AM

    Hi, My suggestion would be Create a separate EE subgroup for Salaried Nonexempt employees . ESG for PCR and CAP should be 3 as they come under salaried. Change the time management status in IT0007 for considering Nonexempt employees in Time Evaluation. Add rules in Schema post reading the values in ZL( overtime)as per the requirement. Vinoli  

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