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Absence valuation and basic pay deduction

Hi guys,

in using the absence valuation, you can make a link between an absence type & some wage types to be deducted in case the employee requested this type of absences. for ex. the leave without pay, when an employee goes for an unpaid leave, it shall deduct from him his basic pay per day. so in case he went for 10 days, he shall get paid only 20 days for that WT " basic pay".

the issue here that the system after payroll processing it shows only the net amount, which means the 20 days amount only. but i want the basic pay to be showed as full amount " 30 days " and the deduction amount "10" days separately.

anyone has encountered that before??

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2012 at 05:58 PM

    We have that set-up for some of our employees, where their will receive their "Regular Salary" for the full pay period and will be deducted for the "Unpaid Absences".

    In Time Evaluation, this Absence is treated as a paid/unpaid absence (in VV_T554C_C) and is made to generate a second WT. Then, in Payroll Calculation, we've added a PCR that multiplies it's NUM and AMT by -1 .

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      Hi Remi,

      actually we are using the negative time management, and we do not use the time evaluation.

      but anyhow if you could elaborate your method much more in details if it's possible, i'm sure it will be very useful for next use.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2012 at 08:35 AM

    waiting your replies friends.

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