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TRY TO CHECK OUT IN PCR X013.
The number of working hours per month is stored here and gets divided. And here we will get a base valuation amount per hour.
Calculation Example for xDIVI (Operand Prefix G)
Object
Additional operation documentation
Explanation
Total working time in accordance with the employee's personal work
schedule totals using the basic pay periods in the payroll period
KDIVI : Total working time measured in calendar days
ADIVI : Total working time measured in working days
SDIVI : Total working time measured in working hours
Example
Calculation:
Part-time work schedule XXX with 3 working days per calendar week and 6
working hours per calendar day.
Full-time work schedule YYY with 5 working days per calender week and 8
working hours per working day.
The employee works work schedule XXX from 01.02.98 to 14.02.98 XXX ,
i.e. 6 working days each with 6 working hours, and from 15.02.98 to
28.02.98 the employee works work schedule YYY, i.e. 10 working days each
with 8 working hours.
This means that the employee's total working time in period 02/98 is:
KDIVI = 14 + 14 = 28 calendar days
ADIVI = 6 + 10 = 16 working days
SDIVI = 36 + 80 = 116 working hours.
The allocation of the work schedule to the employee is defined in the
work center, so that on the 15.02.98 there is an AP split. However, in
Payroll this also initiates a Basic pay split. A consideration of the
exact basic pay period would give different DIVI's. (For a calculation
example, see Operand-Prefix T)
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Calculation Example for xDIVI (Operand Prefix T)
Object
Additional operation documentation
Explanation
Total working time in accordance with employee's personal work schedule
with exact reference to the basic pay period
KDIVI : Total working time measured in calendar days
ADIVI : Total working time measured in working days
SDIVI : Total working time measured in working hours
Example
Calculation
Part-time work schedule XXX with 3 working days per calendar week and 6
working hours per working day.
Full-time work schedule YYY with 5 working days per calendar week and 8
working hours per working day.
The employee works from 01.02.98 to 14.02.98 according to work schedule
rule XXX, i.e. 6 working days and 6 working hours per day, and from
15.02.98 to 28.02.98 according to work schedule rule YYY , in other
words, 10 working days and 8 working hours per day.
So the employee's total working time in 02.98 based on the 1st basic pay
period (01.02.98 - 14.02.98) is:
KDIVI = 28 Calendar days
ADIVI = 4 * 3 = 12 Working days
SDIVI = 12 * 6 = 72 Working hours
and for the 2nd basic pay period (15.02.98 - 28.02.98), the total
working time in 02.98 is
KDIVI = 28 Calendar days
ADIVI = 4 * 5 = 20 Working days
SDIVI = 20 * 8 = 160 Working hours
The system calculates the workdays and hours, not weekly, but adds the
workdays and hours for the whole period.
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