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How to create Technical Wage types

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How to Create Technical Wage types, what are the pre-requisite information required for creating and how it works

Bhaskar

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 06:59 AM

    Hai..

    Pls come up with ur requirement......In order to copy tech wage types... u need to know the func of each series of tech wage types..

    • 0** – valuation

    • /1** – cumulation

    • /2** – averages

    • /3** – country-specific, usually for social insurance

    • /4** – country-specific, usually for tax

    • /5** – legal net

    • /700 – wage/salary plus ER shares

    • /8** – period factoring

    • /84* – cost accounting

    • /A** – outgoing wage types in retroactive accounting period

    • /Z** – incoming wage types from the previous period

    Now based on ur requirement u need to select a std tec wage type, and copy it in the customer range series

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 12:20 PM

    bHASKER

    tECHNICAL WAGE TYPES ARE GENERATED BY SYSTEM

    ok

    Let me know any info

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    • Former Member

      Hi Shetty,

      I know that Technical wage types r generated by system - my question is that, if there is any additional information that is required for client means we have to do some thing know.

      This is just for knowing the answer from experts.

      Bhaskar

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