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Generation Rule for Absence Quotas

Dear Gurus,

I want to configure the Absence quota & its accrual. Following are the details :

Abs Type : Annual Leave

Abs Quota Type : Annual Leave Quota

Unit : Hrs

Quota Eligibility : from day one

Quota Value : 150hrs/365 days*31(no. of days in the month of Jan) = 12.7397 hrs.

Quota is generated every 1st of month. So every month employee gets Annual Leave Quota.

Negative Accrual : 150 hrs (employee can take leave without quota availability upto 150 hrs, since that is the yearly entitlement. So should i maintain this in the field- Neg. Dec. to under Absence Quota Type??)

Time Constraint Class = 1

Carried over to next year

Paid at termination @ current rate

i have configured the Abs Quota Type & Base Entitlment. But i have some doubts :

1) while defining the Base Entitlement what value do i enter against Entitlement ? Will it will be Quota Value = 12.7397 hrs. If yes then how do i maintain the value with 4 decimal points? (in rounding rule??)

2) If the quota for employee gets generated on 1st of every month than what option shud i chose in the 'Related to Period'

3) The Quota is tobe generated on 1st of every month, based on the formula 150hrs / 365 days* 31days (if Jan, 28 if Feb, 30 if April etc). How do i capture this scenario?

all help is truly appreciated.

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 04:30 AM


    1. Base entitlement should be 150 and related period should be calendar year.

    2. In your selection rule accrul period is daily and transfer time per time evaluation period or monthly.

    3. Rounding rule you can use

    05 Round up or down one place 001 0.50000 1.50000 X 1.00000 X

    Modify this as per your reqirement



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