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Wage Type - How can Pro-ration be done??

Hey Experts

Could anyone tell me how can proration be done in Wage types.

I have a scenario wherein an employee has been given extra amount for entire payroll period instead of just a day for which he should be paid on a pro rata basis.Some pro ration has to be done in the relevant Wagetype.

If anyone knows it, please do help



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  • Sep 17, 2008 at 02:40 PM

    For a wt to be pro-rated, processing class 10 needs to be configured to be 1 - 10, A, or Z . Pro-rate is calculated in sub-schema 'UAL0' for 'US'.

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  • Sep 17, 2008 at 02:56 PM


    If u explain u r requirment little more clear.


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      The Requirement is:

      In the case employee benefits were given either as part of the annual salary or benefits are paid over and above annual salary.

      In this particular case , the employee was on a packaged salary and from a date x and the was she transferred to a non packaged salary. As the transfer was loaded after the effective date and not within the same pay period the benefits that were deducted from her annual salary as a packaged employee , had to be refunded.

      The change was loaded at a later date so the changes are shown and accounted for in the next payslip

      The period covers 2 whole pay runs +1 day.

      What we expect the system to do when calculating the refund is to pay back the regular amount for each benefit and then for any days extra, to pro rate the amount.

      I do not know how to pro rate the same in the wt.Does anyone know the schemas n sub-schemas for NZ.?

      Please revert


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    Sep 18, 2008 at 09:48 AM

    you need a little config on Partial parameter area. check rule XPPF - you may have to call the wage type to this rule and assign the related /8nn wage type to do the pro-rata calculation.


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