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Quota Accural should be restricted to maximum 1.5 of the actual entitlement

Hi Experts,

As per the requirement, we have configured 0.35160 quota accrual for 0-5 years of experience and 0.45012 for 5-10 yrs of experience in company. This is configured with the help of seniority and date type.

Now the client want to restrict maximum entitlement i.e 192 for employees in 0-5 yrs of experience and 252 for 5-10 yrs of experience.

How do i configure this.

Please provide your inputs.

Regards,

Koutilya A>K

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 08:01 PM

    Hi,

    If you split your quota into 2: 1st for 0-5, 2nd for 6-10, then it will be very easy to set up maximum entitlement in table V_T559L tab Total entl.

    This should not be a problem to set up deduction rules that will use both quotas.

    Cheers!

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  • Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 08:31 PM

    If you havea a "Current Year Quota" and a "Previous Years Quota", it shoud be easy to create PCRs to restrict the "Previous Years Quota" on the turn-over date (the date the "Current Year Quota" is transfered into the "Previous Years Quota").

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    • For employees with 0-5 years, daily Quota is 0.35160 (hours ?). After a year (365 days), the total Quota accumulated will therefore be 128.3340 (hours ?).

      You could write a set of PCRs, the first one establishing the maximum allowed for the employee, and the second one checking the current total quota (Quota allowance minus Quota Used) against that maximum so that additional Quota Allowance would be given only if the total is less than the maximum.

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2010 at 09:21 AM

    Solved using Enhancement HRPTIIM03

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