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I have a query please give suggestions

I need to capture the labor cost like in one order we have no.of operations and each operation has different work hours. so my requirement is in one operation i has 8 work hours and number of persons are 2. so now i required the planned cost for this operation of each person and after confirmation actual cost.but i dont have hr module in my client. so kinly give suggestions.

your early reply will help.

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 01:52 PM

    Greetings Subrahmanyam,

    HR module isn't required, you will set up this in Work Centres and FICO.

    Each of your operations (with an internal key. e.g. PM01) will be assigned to a performing Work Centre. Each of your operations will have a certain amount of work planned (in hours, usually)

    A Work Centre will have a responsible Cost Centre assigned in FICO.

    You must set up an Activity Type in KL01 in FICO. Then in KP26 you will plan the activiy prices per period, per Cost Centre, version 0.

    Assign the Cost Centre and Activity Type to your Work Centre in IR02 tab "Costing". You will then see Planned secondary (internal) costs on the order, and upon confirmation in IW41, these will become actuals.

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