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Public Holiday should not be paid

Hi

I got one requirement.In our company we have one employee subgroup,for these employee subgroup in the case of public holiday they should not be paid.

Our Public Holiday class is 1 or 3.

For these employees have different workschedule different payroll area also.

Steps :- 1

I created <b>Daily Work Schedule</b>

giving the following fields : Planned working hours,Planned working time,

Daily WS class = 9.

Step:- 2

Created <b>Period Work Schedule</b> using this daily workschedule.

Step: - 3.

<b>Define Selection Rules</b> under Day Types

Since public holiday is off and unpaid . I kept 2 for all holiday classes except for b that is blank.

Step:- 4

under <b>Set Work Schedule Rules and Work Schedules</b>

Under this

I gave Period work schedule,

Ref. date for PWS

Start point in PWS

Rule for day types ( here i gave the rule i created with 2 off/unpaid.)

Now my payroll is working fine but it is paying even for public holiday as it should not do so.

Can any one please through some light on this. Is there any other things i need to do inaddition to the above.

Thanks and Regards

Visali.Malepati.

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Edited by: visali malepati on Dec 21, 2007 6:27 AM

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 07:29 AM

    Hi I think your day type should be like this

    try this s2s2222222 s2s2222222 s2s2222222

    since your holiday class is 1 and 3 you should put "2" in those place. Since B(blank) is not public holiday it should be kept black(I have typed "S" above, you make it black when you type) and I have made all other holiday class as off/not paid(i.e day type 2).

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:48 AM

    Hai..

    Check ur selection Rule properly ans assign it to relevant work schedule rule....it will definitely help u..

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 08:28 AM

    Hai..

    Maintain Holiday Class Blank for ur public holidays if u dont want to pay for those holidays & Regenerate the Work Schedule.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 08:38 PM

    Hi,

    Have check under IMG->TM->Time evaluation withouth clock-> time WT selection -> Define generation rule

    select the Wage type (try with Holiday pay if there in your system) and see under Valid processing type if "X" is initialized.

    Value X is the one that is paying for public holiday.

    the only thing i am not sure in yours is which wagetype you have for holiday. If you dont find one chekc for all of the wage type under this path.

    Hope this helps you.

    Thanks,

    Mamatha

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