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What is Payroll days and calendar days.

Dear Sap Gurus,

Can any one plz help me to understand the diff. bet. calendar days and Payroll days.

Thanks inadvance,

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Namrata

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2007 at 08:24 AM

    Hi,

    As per the time management, u have to maintian the Absence Type units. In this as per ur ques

    Calendar Days: If you enter the an absence type say as Sick Leave from 14-12-07 to 17-12-07. here the absence days is 4 days. In line to this as per calendar days u have to maintian the counting rule.

    Payroll Days: As per the same eg., payroll days are 2 days (if u maintiant the saturday and sunday as no planned working days)In line to this as per calendar days u have to maintian the counting rule.

    revert back if u have any qurs.

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      If u want to learn urself, try to do some testing.

      Create an absence types, assign the counting and deduction rules for the absence types. Create a quota type and assign for the absence types. Generate the Absence Quota (IT 2006). Create the absence IT 2001 with long intervels (includes public holiday and saturday and sunday). At this time assign the different type of absence units and create the absence, then u can know the exact difference between those units.

      To my knowledge i sugguest try to explore the system.......

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2007 at 07:38 AM

    hi,

    Payroll days: no of working days in a period, defined in your calendar.

    Calendar Days: no of days in a period.

    ex: if an employee is absent for a period 5 days from 12.03.2007 to 16.03.2007

    suppose 14.03.2007 is a sunday

    then calendar days :5

    payroll days :4

    regards,

    rashmi.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2007 at 02:27 PM

    hi Namrata,

    If u select calendar days,system takes the period from Jan to Dec of that year. And if u select payroll days, the system takes the period from which u enter in pay roll for running payroll i.e April to March it is finacial year. I amnt sure. I think so as far as my knowledge is concerned because i am also in learning stage.

    thanks & Regards,

    Arun kumar M V V.

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 06:13 AM

    Hai..

    1. Payroll days

    Absence days are determined using the table Rules for counting attendance/absence days and leave deduction.

    2. Absence days

    The number of absence days is determined on the basis of the employee's personal work schedule. Days are only taken into account if they do not have a daily work schedule class BLANK or 0 (work, no day off) and day type 0 (work, paid).

    3. Calendar days

    The number of absence days is determined using calendar days, which are calculated on the basis of the following formula:

    end date for absence

    - start date for absence

    + 1 day

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      Hi Santhosh and Ram Manohar,

      Thank you very much for ur replies. Infact i'm not so clear with that answers, i can appreciate, if you can make it a little bit clear.

      Thanks a lot.

      Regards

      Namrata

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