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Payroll scheme - quarter and semi-annual payments

Hi.

I have the following questions concerning Payroll scheme I am working on.

How can I check the following conditions?

1. A wage type (WT) for quarter payment has not to be paid to a worker if he was hired during the last month of a quarter. For example, a worker was hired in September 01, 2011 - thus, in September a WT shouldn't be paid to him, 'cause September is the last month of a 3rd quarter.

2. Another WT for semi-annual payment has not to be payed to a worker if he has been hired during the last 2 months of a half year period. For example, the worker was hired in November 01, 2011 - thus, in November and December a WT for semi-annual payment shoudn't be paid to him.

Please, give me any tips to solve the issue, thank you.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 06:53 AM

    Why dont the End user Have control on this ,

    1) If an employee joined on SEP, Maintain the wagetypes from OCT

    2) If the employee joined on NOV or DEC then maintain the wagtypes from JAN instead of NOV or DEC

    Best Regards,

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 06:22 AM

    I would advise you to go with user-exit, it will validate your master data and process accordingly. Whenever you would assign the wage type is concerned infotype it will validate the date/quarter from employee hiring and if employee is not eligible it will throw an error message else execute.

    Lets wait for other comments too.

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