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Retroactive Changes in Time for Employee on FMLA Stops Payroll? Help!

Mar 31, 2017 at 05:20 PM

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Hi does anyone have a solution for a retroactive change in time for an employee that has an approved and eligible FMLA request to stop payroll? Is there some procedure we must follow or config to fix?

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Sounak Ghosh Jun 20, 2017 at 12:05 AM
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Hi Deborah,

If I am understanding your requirement correctly then it can be done through the following steps:

1. I believe you have an unpaid absence type for FMLA

2. Do the retro changes with this absence type

3. Run the time evaluation which essentially will generate adjusted time wage types

4. Create an action which will move the employee into INACTIVE status

5. Moving the employee into INACTIVE will solve two purpose, one -> it will not be picked up by time evaluation and when you run the payroll it will only consider the retro changes and not for current pay period

Regards

Sounak

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Deborah Erb Jun 28, 2017 at 08:23 PM
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Hi Sounak,

Thanks for replying. Actually the scenario is that their time was coded as regular time and time eval has been run. We now need to change the time to Sick and link it to a leave request. The employee is still to be paid, we are just needing to change the time type and link it to an FMLA leave request. Our system is creating a Payroll Hard Stop and now allowing the time change to be retroactively changed...

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