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Absence/Payroll days

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In IT2001 for Paid leaves When i enter half day it is coming as half day absence days but in payroll days it is coming as 1. Is it a problem or issue when i golive.

In It2001 for Loss of Pay leaves when i enter half day record in IT2001 the system is not dedcuting any amount in payroll.Kindly let me know what is the issue.

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We are planning the golive by next week and i am not very clear about this Absence days and payroll days concepts and where it will impact.

If anybody already did implementations kindly guide me in this 1.Paid leave 2.Unpaid leave

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2011 at 05:00 AM

    Sentihil:

    As per my knowledge, For paid leaves it will not create you any problem in interms of payroll evaluation. Unpaid leaves only may have problem. So with this scene you can proceed with your existing problem but make sure if quota exist then quota should be deducted only wat is applied.

    Regards,

    TATA

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2011 at 01:35 PM

    Hello,

    "In IT2001 for Paid leaves When i enter half day it is coming as half day absence days but in payroll days it is coming as 1. Is it a problem or issue when i golive"

    Be carefull with that, because if the absence has a quota it will be deductin 1 day instead of 0.5, you could solve that modifying the counting rule ie assigning 50% in the "Quota multiplier" of the counting rule

    Best regards!

    Federico

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 11:46 AM

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