SAP Time Management – Logical Test
SAP Logical Test
Time Management Specific
Estimated time required: 30 minutes
Brief:
There are several factors that need to be considered in order for the system to pay the employee correctly depending on how the employee works.
The Factors are as follows:
Employees are in one of the following 3 employee groups:
 X1
 X2
 X3
If the employee is PART TIME, depending on the employee group (ie X1,X2 or X3) any overtime should be paid at one of the following 3 rates:
 X1 – Plain time plus 3/4
 X2 – Plain time plus 1/4
 X3 – Plain time plus 1/2
If the employee is FULL TIME, All overtime worked will be paid at the following flat rate:
 X1, X2 OR X3 – Plain time
Test 1:
John Smith is held on Employee group X2 and is FULL TIME.
John works 2 hours overtime.
At what rate should John receive his overtime?
Answer:
Test 2:
Betty Davis is held on Employee group X3 and is PART TIME.
Betty works 6 hours overtime.
At what rate should Betty receive her overtime?
Answer:
Test 3:
Liza Manelli is held on Employee group X1 and is PART TIME.
Liza works 3.5 hours overtime.
At what rate should Liza receive her overtime?
Answer:
Test 4:
Elvis Presley is held on Employee group X3 and is FULL TIME.
Elvis works 9 hours overtime.
At what rate should Elvis receive his overtime?
Answer:
Test 5:
The table below shows overtime rates depending on employee group.
Please calculate the rate and value of payment due to the employee:
Employee Group 
Full/Part Time 
Overtime Hours Worked 
Employee Hourly Rate (£) 
Overtime Rate (£ per hour) 
Total Amount to be Paid (£) 
X1 
Part Time 
2 
£12.66 


X2 
Part Time 
3.5 
£15.21 


X3 
Part Time 
7 
£10.17 


X2 
Full Time 
6 
£13.56 


X3 
Part Time 
15 
£9.44 


Test 6:
The logic tree below calculates the correct rate of overtime depending on the employees ‘employee group’ and whether the employee is full time or part time.
There are 2 issues with the Logic Tree. Referring to the Key and the Logic Tree below, please highlight where you feel the logic is incorrect AND what would be the impact if the issues were not corrected.
KEY:
EMP – Employee
ESG – Employee Group
PT1 – Plain Time
PT2 – Plain Time plus 1/4
PT3 – Plain Time plus 1/2
PT4 – Plain Time plus 3/4
Issue 1:
Impact if left uncorrected:
Issue 2:
Impact if left uncorrected:
Logic Tree:
A) OVERTIME WORKED?
N = END LOGIC
Y = GO TO STEP (B)
B) ESG = X1?
N = GO TO STEP (C)
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT2
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT4
C) ESG = X2?
N = END LOGIC
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT1
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT2
D) ESG = X3?
N = END LOGIC
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT1
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT3
Test 7:
You have been asked to make an amendment to the configuration within the system to cater for a new employee group, X4. The following NEW rates of overtime should be applied:
 Any FULL TIME employee working overtime will receive the overtime rate of Plain Time plus 1/4
 Any PART TIME employee working overtime will receive the overtime rate of Plain Time plus 3/4
Referring to the Key and the Logic Tree below, amend the current logic opposite to reflect the new changes:
KEY:
EMP – Employee
ESG – Employee Group
PT1 – Plain Time
PT2 – Plain Time plus 1/4
PT3 – Plain Time plus 1/2
PT4 – Plain Time plus 3/4
Logic Tree:
A) OVERTIME WORKED?
N = END LOGIC
Y = GO TO STEP (B)
B) ESG = X1?
N = GO TO STEP (C)
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT1
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT4
C) ESG = X2?
N = GO TO STEP (D)
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT1
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT2
D) ESG = X3?
N = END LOGIC
Y = Next:
EMP = PART TIME?
N= Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT1
Y = Pay Overtime @ RATE = PT3