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Old 04-01-2009, 07:57 PM
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And WT Characteristics should be NUMBER with DAYS


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same first give inputs in Master Data, say at IT2010

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say one Sunday EE worked so 1 as NUMBER

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Important START DATE

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You can see the output: 1*$150 = $150

Payroll Log: You can refer other Topic: Payroll Processing
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Now other types using Pay scale type/ Area / Group / Level

TS:
The valuation takes place with a pay-scale-dependent constant valuation basis from the T510 table (Pay Scale Group) . Use this setting if you want to take account of the following criteria during the valuation of the wage type:
Country Grouping
Pay Scale Type
Pay Scale Area
Pay Scale Group
Pay Scale Level
Wage Type
The system only reads the entries in table T510 in which all corresponding fields are filled.


TG:
The valuation takes place, as with the TS setting, using a constant valuation basis dependent on pay scale from the T510 table. However, if you use this setting, the system does not take account of the pay scale level. The system reads only the entries in which all fields under TS apart from the Pay Scale Level field are filled from table T510.


T:
The valuation takes place, as with the TS setting, using a constant valuation basis dependent on pay scale from the T510 table. The system does not take account of pay scale level or the pay scale group with this setting. The system reads only the entries in the T510 table in which all the fields under the fields apart from the Pay Scale Level and Pay Scale Group fields are filled.
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Here you enter TS/ TG or T

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So that the amount will take from Pay scale Type or Area

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Or Pay scale Group or Level

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