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Excess OT Paid - Urgent

Dear Experts,


Please advise on below issues urgently:

OT arrears for some employees has been wrongly calculated and an excess amount has been paid as shown below in sample case.

I would like to know root cause of this issue,why this is happening for some employees only and would like to know steps to analyze.

Empl. No

Name

OT Hours from 01.01.2011 to 30.06.2012 from Sap

Amount Jan-11 to Jun-2012 paid in SAP

Basic

Actual OT from Jan 11 to Jun 12 (manual calc)

Access OT paid in SAP

1

Suresh

945

102915

Same Basic

38577.22 (aprx)


Wrong amount

64338.5

2

Amit

1206.05

49231

Correct amount

Regards

Sushilkumar.M

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 06:14 PM

    You will have to do some detective work to find the answer to your query.

    Start by comparing the employees, their WPBP parameters and the methods used to enter their overtime.

    Second, analyze the information contained in the Time Evaluation Clusters (t-code = PT_CLSTB2), month by month, to identify if the problem originates there.

    Next, analyze the employee's Payroll Results Cluster (t-code = PC_PAYRESULT), pay by pay, to identify if the problem happens during Payroll Calculation.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 04:39 AM

    Dear Experts,

    Awaiting for your expert advice......

    Regards

    Sushilkumar.M

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 09:23 AM

    Hi Sushil,

    Check the valuation rules,

    Go to table V_512W_B, check the conditions.

    with same basic and the hour rate is same with two different employees.

    based on emply catergory the rate will be change, check the IT2010.

    Check the LRT table, PCR X006.

    Regards

    Siva

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Siva...I have already check as per your reply...

      My main concern is how to identify the root cause of this Access OT and how should i analyze this issue..what are steps to be followed...I have tried Wagetype report, Annual report etc etc...

      Regards

      Sushilkumar.M

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 11:30 AM

    Dear Experts,

    Awaiting for your expert advice......

    Regards

    Sushilkumar.M

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    • It is very hard to identify the source of a problem without looking at at many elements.

      1 - Compare employees with acurate OT Pay and employees with incorrect OT Pay, and try to identify the differences.

      2 - Open 2 sessions in SAP, and make them smaller so that each fills in half of the screen. Then execute a test of Time Evaluation for an employee with correct OT (right side) and for an employee with incorrect pay (left side), both with the "Display Log" box checked. Start with a test for one day where each has the same number of working hours and OT hours.

      Then, drill down in your Log and try to identify where the OT information is processed incorrectly for one employee (always comparing the left log with the right log.

      If you still haven't found the source of the problem, repeat the comparative test but for a whole month.

      Finally, repeat the same process for a Payroll Simulation, with the "Display Log" box checked.

      P.S. : Note that in the Log, you can double click on any subschema or function to have it expand and show you the input, the processing and the output.

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