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LATE HOUR AMOUNT DEDUCTION BASED ON NO OF WORKDAYS

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I want to deduct the late hour amount based on daily working hours.In our organisation few are coming in 5 days week with daily working hours 9.5 and few are coming in 6 days with daily working hour is 8hrs.

My PCR is working only for 8hr. Please suggest me how to write the PCR which will take care of both 8 and 9.5hr.

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  • Posted on Mar 10 at 11:30 AM

    Hi Sujatha

    I want to deduct the late hour amount based on daily working hours. In our organization, few are coming in 5 days week with daily working hours 9.5 and few are coming in 6 days with the daily working hours is 8hrs. ?

    1. Do you have Time Evaluation or No Time Evaluation based on that we can get an idea ?

    I did not understand why are you using AMT*-1 which will make Amount into negative and pass it to 9003 WT which is wrong as it will happen every time as per my understanding

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    • Yes we have time evaluation.

      I am doing AMT*-1 and passing it to 9003 WT because 9003 stores the late hour.I m using this rule for latehr amount deduction.

      This rule is deducting correct taking 8 hr deduction concept irrespective of the person's daily working hour.

      i.e Basic pay/No of days in that month/8 * late hr =Late hour amount.

      Please help me to calculate Late hour amount using daily working hours in place of 8.

      Regards,

      Sujata

  • Posted on Mar 10 at 12:39 PM

    OK, I got it you are Passing Negative Amount which is unpaid. if my guess is right This will work for unpaid days. But not in hours.

    How the unpaid leave are being captured is it via Time Evalution or via Payroll ?

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    • Yes...This is negative Amount which is unpaid.Through Time PCR we are finding late coming/early going hour and through payroll PCR we are deducting the amount considering late coming/early going hour.

      As you have seen in the above PCR I have used the constant 8,so system is deducting the late coming amount as

      Basic pay/No of days in that month/8 * late coming hr =Late hour amount.

      Instead of 8 now I want to use daily working hours which is mentioned in Infotype 7.

      Please help how to use use daily working hours in Payroll PCR.

      Regards,

      Sujata

  • Posted on Mar 12 at 03:32 AM

    what your PCR Does is

    ADDWT Basic pay will pass as it is in RT

    AMT/TKDIVI No of days in that month with splits

    /8 you are dividing the number of days wit hours so you will get an hourly Rate amount, But you will not get the amount for late coming.

    In that case, the amount should calculate Late hours only and pass it to RT in WT 9003

    There few options

    1. Calculating Hourly Amount and passing to 9003 in the same PCR

    2. going for new PCR which captures no of unpaid amounts and valuating them

    Can you please check what is the value of /845 and /846 wage types when the employee is on unpaid leave. (one of the wage types is for unpaid leave) we can use that WT to get the amount.

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    • Dear Sikindar,

      9003 wagetype stores late coming hrs....I am getting the correct amount though this PCR.

      This is not unpaid leave.This is the calculation of late hr amount.If the person is coming 15 mins late .5 hr salary deduction will be there,if he/she is 30 mins late then 1 hr salary deduction and if he or she is 1 hr late then .5 day casual leave deduction.

      Only thing is for 6 days working week the daily working hours is 8hrs and the late hr amt deduction will be

      Basic pay/No of days in that month/8 * late hr =Late hour amount.

      For 6 days working week the daily working hours is 9.5hrs and the late hr amt deduction will be

      Basic pay/No of days in that month/9.5 * late hr =Late hour amount.

      Please look into this.

      Regards,

      Sujata

  • Posted on Mar 13 at 02:57 AM

    sent you Direct messsage

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