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Offcycle Payroll

Hi

We require to process the normal payroll and offcycle payroll seperately .Suppose a employee receives a negative salary in April and a off cycle payments on 30.04 . The system recovers the deductions from the offcycle payment, which is not required. The employee need to receive complete offcycle payment and the arrears deductions should happen in the May Regular Payroll .Kindly help .

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Ahmed

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 05:29 AM

    Kindly help in this regard.....

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 07:14 PM

    Hi

    When there is negative salary the amount will get stored into /561 and form as Claim or recovery from the Ee.

    So whenever you process the regular or offcycle the claim amount will be set off with the +ve earnings and bal will be paid.

    try to check if you comment X040 if it is working then insert a line above to this rule and say

    IF blank SPRN then on these conditions try to skip this rule.

    Please test and see if that works.

    Good luck

    Best Regards

    Venkata Manikanth

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