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Employment Percentage on IT7 & IT8

Is it standard SAP to align the employment percentage on IT7 with the Cap. Utilization on IT8? Our Payroll Department is driving to have a 100% employment percentage on IT7 and a part-time Cap. Utilization on IT8 for part-time employees. How does your company manage part-time work schedule rules on IT7 and IT8? Currently, we have a dynamic action which allow IT7 and IT8 to be in sync where the employment percentage on IT7 matches the cap utilization on IT8.

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2016 at 01:23 PM

    I am not sure if I get your problem.

    Usually infotype 0007 contains the time an employee weekly works (WOSTD)

    Table T510I contains the time a fulltime employee has to work (TRWAZ). (the TRFKZ in T510I key comes from T503)

    P0008-BSGRD = P0007-WOSTD / T510I-TRWAZ.

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2016 at 05:25 PM

    @ Volder, For part-time employees, our company updates IT7 with the employment percentage and subsequently, we update the cap utilization on IT8 to match the employment percentage. Example, if a person works 20 hours a week, the employment percentage on IT7 is 50% and the cap utilization on IT8 is 50% also.

    Now, our Payroll Department has created new work schedule rules for part-time employees. The part-time employee is working 100% of their part-time schedule, and they have configured the employment percentage to show a 100% also. Is it a standard SAP guideline for IT8 to show a cap utilization of 100% for this new part-time schedule? Or should it show a 50% cap utilization?

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2016 at 05:26 PM

    For part-time employees, our company updates IT7 with the employment percentage and subsequently, we update the cap utilization on IT8 to match the employment percentage. Example, if a person works 20 hours a week, the employment percentage on IT7 is 50% and the cap utilization on IT8 is 50% also.

    Now, our Payroll Department has created new work schedule rules for part-time employees. The part-time employee is working 100% of their part-time schedule, and they have configured the employment percentage to show a 100% also. Is it a standard SAP guideline for IT8 to show a cap utilization of 100% for this new part-time schedule? Or should it show a 50% cap utilization?

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2016 at 05:27 PM

    For part-time employees, our company updates IT7 with the employment percentage and subsequently, we update the cap utilization on IT8 to match the employment percentage. Example, if a person works 20 hours a week, the employment percentage on IT7 is 50% and the cap utilization on IT8 is 50% also.

    Now, our Payroll Department has created new work schedule rules for part-time employees. The part-time employee is working 100% of their part-time schedule, and they have configured the employment percentage to show a 100% also. Is it a standard SAP guideline for IT8 to show a cap utilization of 100% for this new part-time schedule? Or should it show a 50% cap utilization?

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2016 at 04:31 AM

    if you want the payment of the employee to be based on the utilization hours in payroll , please check the below thread

    http://scn.sap.com/message/11056736#11056736

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2016 at 11:09 AM

    @sikindar.a, Can you tell me what's standard in SAP for how this "should work"?

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