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How to maintain IT2001 and IT2011 on a same date

Jan 06 at 09:14 AM

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Hi experts,

Business scenario is to maintain IT2011 and IT2001 on a same date for reporting purpose. For example, an employee has shift from 08:00 to 17:00 and IT2011 is maintained from 08:00 to 12:30 and IT2001 is maintained from 12:31 to 17:00. This means an employee was present half day and half day leave without pay for the rest of the day. Currently, if user maintain both the entries, system allow to maintain the records, but do not deduct half day salary.

Business Requirement:
Both the entries for IT2011 and IT2001 should be maintained with different times and half day salary should be deducted too.

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Sarah Debza
Jan 08 at 02:14 PM
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Hi, have you try to configure the same using a dynamic action (table T588Z)?

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No. If this can be handled through dynamic actions? If yes, please explain

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Brendan Gibbons Jan 10 at 04:02 PM
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Hi,

I think your query is a little confusing!

From reading your post it looks like it has nothing to do with how to enter an IT2001 and an IT2011 on the same date as you state the users can currently do this.

Your real issue appears to be how to deduct pay for a partial days absence. If this is the case I suggest you close this query and raise a new one. Also a query such as this is probably more appropriate to a payroll forum.

Regards

bg

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To add to Brendan's comment, please do a search on "half-day absences" or "partial day absences" as there are already many discussion threads on the subject. You may also add "paid" or "unpaid" in your query.

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Rémi Corriveau

Hey Folks,

Thanks for your comments and I have already created a subtype in absence that can deduct half day salary. My only issue is that user wants to maintain both the records of IT2011 and IT2001 on same date, but when user do this, half day salary is not deducted. If user create a single record of Time Events IT2011 for half day, system auto deduct the half day as configured in PCRs. If user create a single record of Absences IT2001, system deduct half day salary as defined in configuration. The real issue is when user try to maintain both the Infotypes.

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Hey Folks,

Thanks for your comments and I have already created a subtype in absence that can deduct half day salary. My only issue is that user wants to maintain both the records of IT2011 and IT2001 on same date, but when user do this, half day salary is not deducted. If user create a single record of Time Events IT2011 for half day, system auto deduct the half day as configured in PCRs. If user create a single record of Absences IT2001, system deduct half day salary as defined in configuration. The real issue is when user try to maintain both the Infotypes.

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To "deduct half day salary", it usually implies that the employee is already paid for that day (full day).

For a Negative Attendance employee, entering the Unpaid Absence should generate a reduction of the earnings because the employee is "automatically" paid for a Full-Day.

For a Positive Attendance employee, a Half-Day Attendance should generate earnings for a half-day, an Half-Day Paid Absenceshould generate earnings for a half-day, and an Half-Day Unpaid Absence should not generate anything, unless it is an Information Time Type or Wage Type.

When you mention that "If user create a single record of Time Events IT2011 for half day, system auto deduct the half day ...", are you implying that there are no Attendances and that the employee is "automatically" paid for a full-day?

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Hi Remi,

I mean exactly what you are saying. Due to some SOPs, client requirement is to maintain both the Infotype IT2001 and IT2011 in case of half days. However, deduction from salary is not calculated when payroll is executed.

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