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freesaphr 02-21-2009 03:41 PM

Topic 20 : Pay Scale Structure
 
Payscale Structure deals about pay structure how the pay struture divided according to industry, according to locations (Personnel Areas), Employee groups & Levels.

Example Metro employees will get 50% HRA and non-metro will get 30% HRA on basic pay.

PAY SCALE STRUCTURE:

  1. PAY SCALE TYPE
  2. PAY SCALE AREA
  3. PAY SCALE GROUP
  4. PAY SCALE LEVEL

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freesaphr 02-21-2009 03:43 PM

Here the configuration of Pay will happens


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 03:44 PM

Wage type Concept and Indirect Valuation no need.

Go to Basic Pay

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freesaphr 02-21-2009 03:46 PM

Define EE Subgroup Grouping for PCR and Collective Agreement
Provision (CAP).


This is the first to PCR also.


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 03:48 PM

Path:

Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Define EE Subgroup Grouping for PCR and Collective Agreement Provision.

Table: V_503_B


In this step, you can define the groupings for the personnel calculation rules and collective agreement provisions for all your employee groups and subgroups.


EEGrp
ESgrp
CGrpg
Name of EE group
EE SG name
ESGPCR
Grpg
C
01
10
Contractor
Monthly – IN
1
3
F
01

10
Full-time Permanent
Monthly – IN
3
3
I
01

10
Intern Transferee
Monthly – IN
3
3
P
02

10
Part-time Permanent
Monthly – IN
1
3
T
02

10
Temp
Monthly – IN
1
3
X
03

10
Intern Assignee
Monthly – IN
1
3


The employee subgroup grouping for the personnel calculation rule is required in Payroll Accounting. The collective agreement provisions grouping is required for indirect valuation of wage types in the Basic Pay infotype (0008).

Example:)

Employee subgroup grouping for the personnel calculation rule:


The personnel calculation rule allows one wage type to be processed in different ways in payroll accounting.


The value of the standard pay wage type should be used as a basis of valuation for hourly wage earners. The value of the standard pay wage type should be divided by the planned working hours before being used as a basis of valuation for salaried employees.


Employee subgroup grouping for collective agreement provisions:


A standard agreement designates the same pay scale groups and levels for both hourly wage earners and salaried employees; however, the user must still be able to enter hourly or monthly values in the pay scale table.

freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:22 PM

Some more examples

EG
Employee Group
ESG
Employee Subgroup
PCR
CAP
1
Employee
U0
Hourly
1
1
1
Employee
U1
Salaried-Exempt
3
3
1
Employee
U2
Salary-Non Exempt
3
2
1
Employee
U3
Executive
3
4
1
Employee
U4
Sales
3
5
2
Retiree / Pensioner
U3
Executive
2
6
2
Retiree / Pensioner
U5
Survivor w/Benefits
2
6
2
Retiree / Pensioner
U6
Survivor w/o Benefits
2
6
2
Retiree / Pensioner
U7
Regular Retiree
2
6
4
Intern
U0
Hourly
1
1
4
Intern
U1
Salary-Exempt
3
3
4
Intern
U2
Salary-Non Exempt
3
2
7
Temp/Seasonal
U0
Hourly
1
1
7
Temp/Seasonal
U1
Salary-Exempt
3
3
7
Temp/Seasonal
U2
Salary-Non Exempt
3
2
8
Expatriate
U1
Salary-Exempt
3
3
8
Expatriate
U3
Executive
3
4
9
External
U8
Contractor
1
1
9
External
U9
Service Provider
1
1
U
Inpatriate
U1
Salaried-Exempt
3
3
U
Inpatriate
U3
Executive
3
4

In the above example you can see that 2 type of groups for pay scale so we differentiated by giving PCR group 01 & 03

Now select country.

***When you entering any table if SAP System asking for Country code means : This table is country dependent if you delect any entry it will not reflects other country entries.

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For Example we are taken as

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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:33 PM

Now for CAP


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:35 PM

Define Reason for Change

Use
Additional reason codes have been defined in the SAP Best Practices for HCM USA in order to accurately track reason for changes in employee pay. In the SAP Best Practices for HCM USA the following Basic Pay Reason Codes are delivered:

Procedure
1.Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

IMG Path
Personnel Management Personnel Administration Payroll Data Basic Pay Define reason for change
Transaction Code
SPRO


2.On the Change View “Reason for Change ”: Overview screen, choose the New Entries ****on and enter the following values:

Reason
Description
00
No Reason
U1
Merit
U2
Cost of Living Increase
U3
Reclassification
U4
Market Adjustment
U5
Demotion
U6
Promotion

3.Choose Save.


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:37 PM

Go for New Entries if you want to Define New Reason for Basic pay

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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:40 PM

Payscale Conversion for Basic Pay

Path: Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Payscale Conversion for Basic Pay

Table: T546
ESGPCR
Grpg
R
1
1

1
2
2
2
0

2
1
1
2
2



In this step, you can define whether, and if so how, indirect valuation of wage types in the pay scale table should be changed for display in the Basic Pay infotype (0008).

The aim is to define a so-called reaction indicator for each grouping for the personnel calculation rule and collective agreement provisions. The reaction indicator is then used to convert the table value to a monthly or hourly value, or vice versa, depending on the specification.

Example

Convert an hourly value to a monthly value

The following groupings apply to your employee A:

Grouping for the collective agreement provisions = 1 (industrial workers/hourly wage)
Grouping for the personnel calculation rule = 2 (periodic payment - for example, monthly wage earners)

In this case the reaction indicator is '1'.

Convert a monthly value to an hourly value

The following groupings apply to your employee B:

Grouping for the collective agreement provisions = 2 (industrial workers/monthly wage)

Grouping for the personnel calculation rule = 1 (hourly wage earners)

In this case the reaction indicator is '2'.

freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:42 PM

Pay Scale Type

Path: Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Check Pay Scale Type.

Table: V_T510A


S.No
Pay scale type code
Pay scale type text
1
HP
PLANT
2
HO
Corporate Office


In this step you set up your enterprise's collective agreement types (pay scale types for short). The Basic Pay in infotype 0008 is derived from the pay scale type. By using the internal key, you can assign a fixed internal mean for evaluations to optional pay scale types.

Example :)

Two collective agreement types are valid - type "01" for the metal industry and "02" for your inhouse agreement.


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Some more examples

Type
Description
01
Salaried exempt
02
Salaried non-exempt
03
Hourly
04
Union


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:47 PM

Check Pay Scale Area

Path: Personnel Management
-> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Check Pay Scale Area.

Table: V_T510G

Pay scale area defines the geographical area

S.No
Pay scale Area code
Pay scale Area text
1
HH
HYDERABAD
2
HD
DELHI
3
DM
MUMBAI
4
DK
KOLKATA


In this section, you set up different collective agreement areas (pay scale areas for short) in accordance with the collective agreement in your enterprise.

Example :)
You want to assign the indicator "01" to a particular pay scale area.

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Go for NEW ENTRIES

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Some more examples


Area
Description
01
East Region
02
West Region
03
Local 112
04
Local 83

freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:52 PM

Check Assignment of Payscale Structure to Enterprise Structure

Path: Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Assignment of Pay scale Structure to Enterprise Structure

Table: V_001P_C

In this step, you assign collective agreement types and areas (pay scaletypes and areas for short) to your personnel areas.

Example

Your personnel area "0001" is assigned pay scale area "01" and pay scale type "01" (metal industry).

Note: You do not need to enter any values in this table for the Pay Scale type or Area. This information can be obtained through function TARIF.

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freesaphr 02-21-2009 06:55 PM

Use F4 to select your Pay Scale Type and Pay Scale Area

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To Default Pay Scale Type and Area in MASTER DATA Basic Pay (Infotype 0008)

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Feature: TARIF


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freesaphr 02-21-2009 07:00 PM

Assign the Return value as PAY SCALE TYPE/ PAY SCALE AREA to your decision option according to your client requirement.



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Activate

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Set up payroll period for Collective Agreement Provision


Path: Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Set up payroll period for Collective Agreement Provision

Table: V_T510W


CGrpg
Ty.
Ar.
Grpg
PerPa
PS type
PS area text
Name
End date
Start date
40
01
01
3
40
Monthly
40 Pay Area
Monthly – IN
31/12/9999
01/01/1990


In this step, you create the default value for the working hours per period.


The default value for the working hours per period for the infotype Basic Pay (0008) is determined by the infotype Planned Working Time (0007). This is based on a monthly working time, i.e. the period is a month.


It may be necessary to enter an amount here that is valid for another period, for example, for a weekly wage. The system will then suggest the default value for the working hours per period.


You only have to complete this step if a monthly payroll period does not apply to all of the employees in your enterprise.


Example :)


Some employees are paid weekly, others are paid monthly.


The correct number of hours per period must be suggested as default values for everyone in the infotype Basic Pay (0008).


Standard Settings


In the standard SAP system, a period is a month, i.e. the feature U510F has the value "Blank".


No entries have been made in the view Assign Pay Scale -> Period Parameter.


A blank entry is interpreted as "monthly".

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Enter your Payscale Type and Area followed by ES grouping for CAP.

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