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Pay Scale Groups and Levels

Hi Reader @ SDN,

Working on my first project, Am wedged in creating GROUPS and LEVELS. Even though I have created Groups and levels, but am not able to assign amount to created levels.

Consider an example below::

there is a group say 3 in which there are levels like L1, L2 n L3

GRPG LEVEL AMOUNT

3 L1 1500

3 L2 2500

3 L3 3500

In such a scenario, I have an Employee whose basic is 1700, Plz let me know to which level does this employee belong.. Similarly what if the basic of other Employee is 1000??

Plz do let me know geeks.

waiting for some valuable in-puts.

Cheers!!!

TahirMuzza.

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2012 at 06:36 AM

    Dear Tahir,

    do not maintain the amount in T510 Table leave the amount field blank.

    and when you create the infotype 0008 then give the amount for respective wage type and save the record.

    in T510 Table you should maintain the amount if the amount is same for all the employees in the same level.

    for insatance: in L1 level if the any pay element is same to all the L1 employees then you have to maintain it as constant in T510 table.

    hope it is clear.

    Regards,

    Khaja

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      Dear Tahir,

      T510 table maintained depending on your positions to group them and create a levels in payroll structure.

      for instance: you may have positions like

      General Manager Executives

      Dy.manager associates

      Manager workers

      Asst.manager

      so here you have salary structure same to General managers and Executives and workers

      then Dy.manager and manager and Asst.manager have different salary structure

      and managers and associates have different salary structure.

      now in T510 table you create groups saying that

      GRPG PS GROUP LEVEL Wage type AMOUNT

      3 test 1 L1 XXXX

      3 test 1 L1 2500

      3 test 1 L1 3500

      3 test 2 L2 2500

      3 test 2 L2 3500

      3 test 2 L2 YYYY

      now test 1 & L1 is for General managers and Executives and workers

      test 2 & L2 is for Dy.manager and manager and Asst.manager

      in this way you create the groups and levels to group the employees who have the same wage types to be paid.

      if you observe here you find that

      test 1 & L1 group and level having XXXX, 2500 and 3500 wage types and

      test 2 & L2 are having YYYY, 2500 and 3500 wage types.

      hope it is clear.

      regards,

      Khaja

  • Posted on Jul 04, 2012 at 06:21 AM

    Your pay scale Structure consists of the below components

    Pay Scale Area

    Pay Scale Type

    Pay Scale Level

    Pay Scale Group

    Collective Agreement provision and your wage type

    In this step

    If you have fixed amount for the wage type you will define it , if amount is not fixed you will leave it blank

    GRPG LEVEL Wage type AMOUNT

    3 L1 XXXX

    3 L1 2500 900

    3 L1 3500 200

    In the above example for L1 level we have three wage types where XXXx is not fixed so it should be blank and while maintaining the WT amount will be maintained manually for rest of the two wage types amount are fixed

    Check this one

    Since you are new to SCN i request you to search the previous threads also

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2012 at 06:28 AM

    The amount you can edit, the level is depending up on which level the particular employee is in the pay structure according with your design.

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