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Break Schedule Requirement

Hi All

How do we define Break Schedule when the requirement is as follows....

lets talk at an employee level....

An Employee Should take a break either from 9:00-10:00 or from 11:00-12:00...

As I know this cant be done using either Fixed Breaks, Variable Breaks or Dynamic Breaks...

Please Let me Know How to proceed with it ....

Thanks & Regards

Mohammed Azeem

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    Former Member
    Sep 04, 2008 at 04:16 AM

    Hai Azeem,

    as per your requirement,we have to do this by using variable breaks,as we have to give two serial nos for the specified two timings,then the system will consider any of these two timings.

    Regards,

    Chiran Reddy.

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 06:27 AM

    Chk the brk is paid/unpaid and configure the brk schedule. Don't forget to group your employees. You may try with the variable from.

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 07:00 AM

    Hi,

    Go to TC- SM30

    Enter table - V_T550P

    Reference time for dynamic break

    You can use this field to determine the position of the dynamic breaks in the daily work schedule.

    Dynamic breaks are breaks for which there are no start or end times in the work break schedule. Instead, a number of hours is specified in the After hours field. This number forms the basis for calculating the position of the break.

    Use

    In the standard, the reference time to which this number of hours is added is the planned working time in the daily work schedule. In time recording, however, the planned working hours are calculated according to the normal working time if it is a daily work schedule for flextime. All breaks within the normal working time are taken into account.

    This means that if a daily work schedule for flextime has a generous flextime frame, dynamic breaks may lie outside of the normal working time and therefore not be taken into account when the planned working hours are calculated.

    Use the Reference time for dynamic break field to determine whether dynamic breaks should be determined on the basis of the planned working time or the normal working time.

    Example

    Planned working time (flextime frame) 00:00-24:00

    Normal working time 08:00-15:30

    Break 0.5 hours after 3 hours

    It is clear from the above example that if the break referred to the planned working time, it would not be taken into account when calculating the planned working hours in order to determine the position of the break.

    The planned working hours would be 7.5 instead of 7. You can make sure that the break is taken into account by entering N for normal working time in the Reference time for dynamic break field.

    Dependencies

    An entry in this field only affects time recording. Function DYNBR provides similar functionality within time evaluation.

    Hope this info will clear your doubt and problem too. Award with points if this resolves your issue.

    All the best,

    Santosh

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    • Former Member

      Hi Chiran Reddy,

      Thanks for the response. But the sequence number while defining break schedule indicates sequence number for the breaks.

      "Either This Break Or This Break" requirement is not mapped using this.

      Please let me know if there is an alternative.

      Thanks

      Mohammed Azeem