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time mgmt help

hi experts,

1)pls tell me what is the difference between positive time mgmt and negative time mgmt.

2)what is time evaluation and what is positive time evaluation and what is negative time evaluation.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hi Amul,

    1)pls tell me what is the difference between positive time mgmt and negative time mgmt

    A) Positive Time Mgt records or captures only the actual working hours of an employee per day,e.g hourly employee.

    Negative T.M is we palnned working time in advance i.e 8hrs (work schedule) per day and records deviations to your work schedules. e.g Over time, Absences

    2)what is time evaluation and what is positive time evaluation and what is negative time evaluation.

    A) Acessing or evaluating the time of an employee per day to know how many hrs we need to pay an employee

    +ve time evaluatin is done Schema TM00

    -ve T.E is done by schema TM04

    Hope this will give u an idea

    Reward points if helpful

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:41 AM

    When you record only deviations to work schedule it is negative time mgmt. for eg you have work for 5 day from mon - fri. and if you deviate from this thru absence , attendance , substitution , overtime etc, those deviations only will be stored in Negative time mgmt.

    Position TM stores all the timings of the person thorough Swipe cards, punches etc and analysis is made based on his time events.

    iN Time mgmt we will not do any evaluation based on this time events

    Time events - his PUnch timings

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