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Deduction for Extra leave vacation

Nov 29, 2016 at 01:10 PM


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Hi Experts!!

In Advance vacation benefits under of cycle payroll.

  • Annual Vacation day available 30 Days
  • Extra Days Approve leave 15 Days
  • Paid 30 days and unpaid 15 days
  • For 15 days extra leave there will be deduction for the employee.

from other wage types base on certain calculations, Please guide me for standard or best practice approach to handle such deduction. two absence type Annual leave and Extra Approve vacation.


Sadeq Ahmed

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Former Member Apr 10, 2017 at 10:08 AM


Valuation of Absences with Quota Deduction

Absences that are deducted from absence quotas should sometimes be valuated according to different criteria than other absences. For this reason, you can tailor the normal method of valuating absences to include absences with quota deductions. This enables you to deal with the following business requirements:

Absence should be valuated according to the quota from which it is deducted

An absence can be deducted from several quotas. If the quotas from which the deductions are made have different values, it may be necessary to valuate each period differently.


  • An absence has been deducted, first from the additional vacation for challenged persons, then from the standard annual leave. The additional vacation for challenged persons is valuated at a higher rate than standard annual leave.
  • Employees may also claim absences in excess of paid entitlement. If the paid entitlement has been used, the absence is deducted from a quota valuated as unpaid. In some countries, this is the case with standard sick leave, for example.

Absence should be valuated according to the validity period of the quota

This situation arises if the deduction period for the annual leave spills into the following year, for example. In such cases, the absence should be valuated according to the remuneration for the leave year, rather than for the current year. The relevant basic wage for the employee at the start of the quota's validity period may, for example, be the basis for this valuation.

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