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Wage type evaulation

Hi,

I have a question wondering whether anybody can help me... We have a hourly wage type which has been created for Argentina - 1000 hourly.

The problem is we have the below requirement from the client:

In a year they work 261 days and 9 hours a day: out of the 9 hrs - 7hrs is the normal working hours and the additional 2 working hours are coming in at 9am every day....

But the rates for the two hours are calculated on different rates

1827 hours x 22.61 = 41308.47

522 hours x 33.91 = 17701.02

Annual Salary = 59009.49

My question would be can we create only one wage type which allows to calculate on two different rates to get the annual salary or any thoughts ?

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:07 AM

    where ever u r calculting rates and generating the final amt, keep 2 PCRs instead of 1. These 2 will work in 2 different ways that is 1 for normal working hr and another for extra working hr. cumulate both amt. Hopefully it will wrk.

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:35 AM

    Yes it can be done thru the PCR's only as praveen said.

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