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Old 04-01-2009, 07:00 PM
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Lets see how the WT Valuation happen, first take 01 as example

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If you enter a wage type in the Statement Wage Type field, the valuation basis applies to this derived wage type.

Statement wage type
Statement wage types are used to allocate bonuses to a wage type under a different name in the payroll results.

Use: A wage type can be forwarded to and stored in payroll under a new name as a statement wage type. If you do not enter a statement wage type, the result is stored in the wage type itself.

In contrast to the actual wage type, you always have to enter a statement wage type for derived wage types.

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Percentage
The wage type is multiplied by the percentage you enter here.

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100% Full, other like 150%, 200%, 50%..

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Here the WT 1205 Over Time Base

Output comes like if you enter 10 Hours in Master Data so system will take 10*/001 of 100%

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Wage type should in NUM, configuration you already seen in previous classes, here the overview

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Here the place where we do WT characteristics, like is WT is AMOUNT/NUMBER

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