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Public Holiday Ontario

Could anyone please share their tips on how we can configure the calculation of Public Holiday Pay for Ontario? The prerequisite is that the holiday pay will be calculated based on the wages earned 4 weeks prior to the week of the holiday. Anyone who has done this for biweekly payroll?


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    Posted on Jan 12, 2016 at 06:09 PM

    Meeting the minimum requirements of the Ontario Employment Standards for Statutory Holidays

    Public Holidays | Ministry of Labour

    is quite a chalenge in SAP if you don't have Weekly Payroll Periods.

    We have bi-weekly Payroll Periods, and created a set of Time Evaluation PCRs to be able to follow the "Time Worked" in the preceeding 4 weeks, through distinct Time Types (one for each Week's hours plus one TT for the current week's hours) and a Time Type/Wage Type for the Average Hours for the preceeding 4 weeks. These hours include a "theorical" number of hours for those who get a vacation pay on every pay (eg. 4% Vacation Payment). Note that we have included Paid Absences in the "Time Worked".

    The WT with the Average Time Worked for the preceeding 4 weeks gets created on the first day of the new week and is transfered to Payroll through table ZL.

    Payment is done through Payroll at the employee's current rate of pay.

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