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Deletion and recreation of January leave will affect the Feb payroll or not

Dear Expert,

Due to some reason I have deleted all absences 2001 of January and recreated it. (Payment done for January)

As per configuration employees get paid for their annual leave (Vacation allowance)

So will it affect my Feb payroll or not (will the system consider the new leave and pay extra or it will be normal)

Regards

DPac

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 09:25 AM

    Run a test payrun for the individual to check, but so long as you recreated the new leave exactly the same as you deleted the old then no it won't affect the Feb pay.

    Regards

    Simon

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 09:43 AM

    Hi,

    Time related Master data changed so, Retro will be happen as SAP standard system, Regarding Payment Last payroll you are booked mixed Paid leaves and Unpaid Leaves and run the payroll, Right.

    Now again your booked All the paid leaves then retro will be happen the difference payment will paid as arrears..In case you configured separate wage type for Arrears then you can find in current payroll results

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