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Time statement form-PT61

Dear All,

We are having negative time management with the Time management status as 7.

There is a report as "Time Statement form": PT61 which gives information on Time Balances.

I am not able to understand as to how well a client would make utilization of it. Can anybody throw more light on its utility?

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2008 at 09:51 AM


    The Time Statement Form presents the results determined by time evaluation in a clear layout.

    The time statement is an overview of an employeeu2019s time accounts and time wage types. It is used by supervisors and time administrators as a monitoring tool. It can also be sent to employees for information purposes.

    The time statement is only available for periods that have already been evaluated in Time Evaluation.

    The features of the time statement include:

    u2022 Time data and the time balances and wage types formed by time evaluation output on a daily basis.

    u2022 Compressed views of the results can be displayed, such as weekly totals and summarized time wage types.

    u2022 Time data administrators can branch from the list screen to the time data records to obtain detailed information.

    u2022 The time statements can be sent to employees in the mail.

    Hope this will be useful.... let me know will send you a document on this.

    Good Luck !



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    • Hi

      Can you please confirm my understanding

      PT60 - Used to run Time Evaluation

      PT61 - Used to view the Time Evaluation through Statmentes which are more easily to understand

      In case user gets a message that Time No Time Data exists for "user", that means that Time Evaluation has not been run by Time Admin

      Is this understanding right ?


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