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counting rules for absence type on a PH

The requirement is such that even if absence record falls on a Public Holiday, the absence days needs to be taken into account.

example 26.12.2011 is a holiday and if absence XX record is created on this day, it is still counted as absence.

I had configure the counting rule such that

1. Holiday Class

a) uncheck Not a public holiday

b) check all other holiday classs

2. condition for planned hours

= 0 (checked) > 0 (checked)

3. condition of work schedule

all checked

4. daily work schedule

all checked

However, system is still showing absence day = 0

Did I missed any steps?

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 04:40 AM

    In T556C table , u have holiday Class option..Tick all the options including Not a Public Holiday.I think it will show the absence days in PA30 while creating absence type but the quota will be deducted.Kindly test and update

    Best Regards,

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 05:21 AM

    Hi,

    Check all the week days, Allholiday class, All the DWS class, conditions for day selected in countingrule.

    With same counting rule number with other grouings i.e ESG grouping for Time quotas, PSG grouping for Time Quotas with different cobination having any collution. in case of employee subgroup changes it may reflect.

    Eventhough everything is fine then already updated employee master again you need to save the masterdata with change mode through PA30.

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