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Leave management Actions

Hi,

can we combine these leave types (Actions), is there any other solution for this

05 Leave of Absence Paid (Active)

Action Reason

01 Annual Leave

02 Haj Leave

03 Education Leave

04 Maternity Leave

05 Loss of Pay

06 Medical

06 Leave of Absence u2013 Unpaid (In Active) 01 Long Leave

__Action Reason_

02 Absconding

03 Medical

07 Return to work (from active Status)

Action Reason

01 End Of Leave

08 Return to work (from Inactive Status)

Action Reason

01 End Of Leave

Plz Guide

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2010 at 05:15 AM

    Hello -

    Anytime you are changing and of the STAT fields on infotype 0000, you will need an individual action. For example, you could not combine a leave action that changes someone to inactive status with a leave action that leaves someone in active status .

    So, technically, you could have one action that changes people to to active (or inactive), regardless of the reason. You could then use action reasons to identify whether the person is returning from leave, being rehired, or something else.

    I agree with Ajay that these all appear to be events in the life of an employee. Therefore I would not recommend condensing them too much. You may be able to combine the "return from leave" since they will make a person active regardless of what their status was before.

    A couple other things to consider: What are the reporting needs, and do you need to have different infotypes processed based on the action type?

    If the infotypes processed are different based on the action type, it's easier to leave them as separate actions. That way you just have different infogroups. If you combined the actions, and need to have different infotypes processed, then you need to us dynamic actions, which can be a bit more difficult to configure/test.

    ..Danialle

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 08:48 AM

    Can you explain more as to what you actually want?

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