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Absence Type on a day off

Hi all,

i was wondering if is possible to book an absence on a day off, i.e. on a saturday or a sunday. The work schedule is created so that Monday to Friday are considered working days and the weekends as day off.

I would like to be able to book an Absence type for X amount of hours on a weekend and have the coresponding action take place. That is if i book a vacation then the quota should be reduced. If i book a paid absence then the employee should get paid for X amount of hours.

Is there any way to do this?

Chirag.

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    Jun 08, 2011 at 09:19 AM

    Select Saturday and sunday check box in your countin rule, DWS Class 0 check box, contion for planned hours =0 check box also.

    This will count weekend's also.

    Rgds,

    Lata

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    • Former Member Brad Krahe

      Let me clear your doubts:

      I was wondering if is possible to book an absence on a day off, i.e. on a saturday or a sunday. The work schedule is created so that Monday to Friday are considered working days and the weekends as day off.

      -> DWS is Mon to Fri (working day), Sat & Sun will follows as week off ( 0 hours paid day)

      I would like to be able to book an Absence type for X amount of hours on a weekend and have the coresponding action take place.

      That is if i book a vacation then the quota should be reduced.

      -> Check the counting rules (as suggested by my earlier reply, you would be able to reduce the quota and book absence)

      If i book a paid absence then the employee should get paid for X amount of hours.

      -> Create a absence type for this (maintain the counting rules as suggested. after donig this create a wage type (payment wage type time unit as Day) come to table V_T554C (absence valuation), assign the wage type also create the day rules V_T554R check all the dates. By doing this, you would be able to pay the amount if you book this absence.

      Regds,

  • Jun 08, 2011 at 12:11 AM

    Hi Craig,

    Normally you would create a substitution (IT2003) for the day in question, then the absence will count the hours from the substitution and deduct from the quota appropriately.

    Otherwise

    You could create a daily work schedule variant, in IMG check 'Determine Daily Work Schedule Variants for Absence'.

    1st option would be my recommendation

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    Jun 08, 2011 at 09:22 AM

    Please follow the link

    Weekly off unpaid

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    Jun 08, 2011 at 12:29 PM

    Dear Patel,

    Check the counting rule. check marks should be maintained for Saturday and Sunday.

    Then you can book for the absence on the d.offs.

    Edited by: ksrinivasibs on Jun 8, 2011 2:29 PM

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