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Need PCR for the below Logic(Time management)

Employee is working for 8hrs shift, which includes 7.5 hrs planned working time & 0.5 hrs unpaid break. when employee apply for the leave his total 8 hrs should be deducted from the quota.

How to write a PCR if overtime work hours from Monday to Friday if calculated differently than Saturday- Sunday overtime work Hours.

Sat-sun is off day.

Regards,

Saumya.

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  • Aug 28, 2017 at 04:50 PM

    How is your Daily Work Schedule built in Table View V_T550A ?

    For your Unpaid Absences, how did you build your Rules (in Table T556C) ?

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  • Aug 29, 2017 at 04:40 PM

    So many questions ...

    Perhaps you should start by reading a little on Time Management through SCN's Wiki Page (https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPHCM/HCM+Time+Management) or through help.sap.com.

    For how to build PCR, you should first understand how they work by executing Payroll Calculation for one employee, with the "Display log" box checked, drill down into that log and double clic on PCRs to see their inputs, processing and outputs. The same goes for Time Management, but you then use the "Forced recalculation as of" and "Evaluation up to" fields to define the day(s) you want to be processed.

    You can also use program RPDASC00 to "explode" your Schema and it's Rules (PCRs), and then search for specific Operation (such as VARSTHOLCL) to find PCRs that use them (and then use t-code pe02 to look at these PCRs).

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    Aug 29, 2017 at 05:34 AM

    Thanks Remi for your immediate response.

    I have configuration steps as below

    Daily Work Schedule built in Table View V_T550A

    Planned working Hrs=7.5

    Planned working time=08:00 to 16:00

    unpaid break-0.5

    Unpaid Absences, how did you build your Rules (in Table T556C)

    Deduction rule is days

    I have not attached any rounding rule.

    I need ur help for the below scenario as well.

    How to write PCR to calculate company standard working hours

    Formula to calculate company standard working hours is=Monthly Calendar days *8 - Monthly Weekend day *8 - Monthly National Holidays*8

    (Note: all national holidays are marked with holiday class as 1

    Workdays are 5days a week from Monday to Friday & off days are Saturday & Sunday

    Daily work schedule has planned working time is 7.5 hrs & 0.5 hrs is unpaid break=total 8 hrs )

    How to write PCR to calculate employee standard working hours

    Formula to calculate Employee standard working hours is=Company standard working hours-Absences(total 6 absence codes)- resign persons or New Comers monthly non working days

    How to write PCR if Employees works on national holiday will have 300% OT payments Employees works on company holiday will have 200% OT payments

    Suppose all national holidays are marked with holiday class as 1 & all company holidays are marked with HC as 3

    I know which operation is used to query HC ie VARSTHOLCL & valuation is done in payroll but need to know the PCR steps (PE02 overview)

    Daily work schedule has planned working time is 7.5 hrs & 0.5 hrs is unpaid break=total 8 hrs, if employee apply leave then 8 hrs should be deducted---how to write this PCR

    Regards,

    Saumya Amit Chawan

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    • For a Periodic Work Schedule Rule associated to that work schedule, what is the value of field M1STD in table view V_T508A ?

      If you have monthly Payroll Periods, execute a Payroll Simulation for one employee, with the "Display log" box checked, and drill down into that log to see the Partial Period Parameters (look for Function PARTT, or better yet, for Function PRINT with Par1 = NP and Par2 = PART. Is the information you require already available?

      In your Time Evaluation Results (t-code = PT_CLSTB2), look into tables ZES and SALDO to see if the information you require may already exist.