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payroll- processing classes

Hi gurus,

i have an typical requirement.

normally we can set the processing class10 so tha the wage type can be prorated or totally paid. based on number of days of attendance in an month

but can we set it so that if an employee is present for even a single day the wage type amounts have to be fully paid.

please specify an user xit , or an PCR to cater this requirement.

thanks in advance

KARAN

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 06:58 AM

    Hi Karan,

    If you want to pay fully even for a single present for the month ,than You have to use processing class 10 with specification 0

    Regards,

    Kapil Kaushal

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 08:09 AM

    Hi,

    So, you can maintain the LOP leaves to him to whole month.

    Good luck

    Devi

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      thnx for your response DEVI

      but i think you have not understood my problem correctly.

      normally we can set the processing class10 so tha the wage type can be prorated or totally paid. based on number of days of attendance in an month

      but can we set it so that if an employee is present for even a single day the wage type amounts have to be fully paid.

      my requirement is i want to pay even for single day present in a month.(if i set processing class 10 to 0 and when an employee is atleast present for a single day in month this logic works)

      but in a case where employee is absent for whole of month then i dont wan to pay him a single pennie. ( with processing class 10 set as 0 -and an employee absent for whole month -any my requirement of stopping the pay -cannot be done)

      pls find time to understand y issue

      please specify an user Exit , or an PCR to cater this requirement.

      thanks in advance

      KARAN

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