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Re: Auto Leave encashment .

Dear Experts .

My Client has auto leave Encashment requirement .

For Example, if any employee has 60 leave at the end of the year (31.12.2015). All leaves above 50 nos should get auto calculated and balance balance carry forward to next year . it is possible . Please share your thought . How it be done .

Regards

Sober .

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  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 06:07 AM

    Write a PCR like below.

    HRS=FRXXC

    HRS?50

    *

    >

    HRS-60

    UPDTQAXX

    HRS*-1

    ADDZL XXXX

    Refer XXXX wage type in Payroll and write a PCR according to the calculation formula.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 06:40 AM

    Hi Rao,

    It's possible to make it auto if you are using time evalution.

    You will calculate the Leave encashment on the last day of the calendar year. So excess leva quota will transfer from time managment to payroll and quota balnace will be updated with max cap value that is 50.

    You can go through the below link and will give you an idea about the design the PCR.

    Differentiate PL entitlement based on the joining date

    Suppose excess quota carry wage type is 9999 and constant ZMAXM for EL is 50 and amaintained in T511K then PCR would be like below

    ZTST

    *

    ****

    VARSTCURMO

    **

    LEAVE

    12

    VARSTREDAY

    **

    LEAVE

    31

    HRS=FR01C

    HRS?CZMAXM

    *

    LEAVE

    >

    HRS=FR01C

    HRS-CZMAXM

    ADDZL 9999

    HRS=R

    HRS*-1

    ADDMB1000Z

    UPDTQA01

    Use this PCR after QUOTA function with ACTIO function and after this line add CUMBT function again. Here 1000 is the monthly time type which you are using for quota generation for quota type 01 in the base entitlement and 01 is quota type.(most of the case i am assuming that you are doing like this)

    Check and tell me.

    Regards,

    Sankarsan

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