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Annual leave

Hello,

As per client requirement,

  1. Employee is eligible for annualleave quota of 24 days per calendar year
  2. If the employee joins in the middle of a calendar, leaves should be generated proportionately.
  3. Leaves to be made available to employees from the start of calendar year
  4. Leaves are getting generated using RPTQTA00.

On the last working day of employee, IT 2006 should get updated with proportionate number of leave quota irrespective of how many leaves employee used.

Suppose if Annual leave quota is 24 days valid from 01.01.2015 to 31.12.2015 and if an employee’s last working day is 31.11.2015, and if an employee used any number of leaves (say 10 or 12 or 14 or 20 or 22 or 24), IT2006 should be displayed with 2 days of quota(proportionate basis).

Can you please help?

Thank you

Babaiah

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  • Posted on May 07, 2015 at 04:56 AM

    Hi,

    As per client requirement(check my reply),

    1. Employee is eligible for annualleave quota of 24 days per calendar year - Select 24 as a base entitlement constant and accrual period is calendar year.
    2. If the employee joins in the middle of a calendar, leaves should be generated proportionately.- Select the calendar year in the accrual period tab of generation rule.
    3. Leaves to be made available to employees from the start of calendar year- In the standard RPTQTAOO generation will take care.
    4. Leaves are getting generated using RPTQTA00.- Same as point 3.

    On the last working day of employee, IT 2006 should get updated with proportionate number of leave quota irrespective of how many leaves employee used.- On the last select the IT2006 recod and change the end date then will automatically proportionate.

    Check and tell me.

    Regards,

    Sankarsan

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