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Evaluate Absence After Quota Deduction

On multiple projects the same question usually comes up: How do you valuate (Pay differently) a single absence type that deducts from multiple Quotas?

Upfront I need to state that I received a large portion of the configuration from this link:

Valuate Absences after Quota Deduction | SCN

Pre-Requisites:

  • Absence Type created in T554S e.g. Sick Leave
  • Quotas created via the T559L process e.g. Sick Leave 100% and Sick Leave 33% and Sick Leave 0%
  • The below is created per payment valuation (i.e. 100%, 50% and 0%)
    • Create 1 valuation call it Paid Leave) for your absence and multiple for your Quota factoring in V_T554L
    • Create counting class in V_T554E
    • Finally create the Valuation Rule in V_T554L

The main table that will be used is V_T554A: Breakdown of Absences After Quota Deduction

The principle that has to be implemented is that a single Absence type is linked to one valuation rule. Multiple valuation rules that change the payment are then linked to their specific quotas.

Step 1: Go to V_T554A and select the relevant Country grouping

Step 2: Under the FIRST Val Rule enter the single valuation rule linked to your absence

Step 3: Complete the relevant Quota details (PSG, ESG, QTYP)

Step 4: Finally enter the Valuation that should be applied to the Quota after it has been deducted

V_T554A Breakdown.png

Breakdown of the Tables that must be completed

V_T554A Sample.png

The single Val Rule linked to the Absence Type (T554S) is then linked to multiple Val Rule against the Quotas

Note: Depending on your country you must activate a certain condition for custom Payroll Function RAB

Step 6: Go to PE04 and enter RAB and click change (dev key might be required)

Step 7: Under the parameter list highlight the Number 3 SPLQU Quota Split and click the details button

Step 8: Under the available values for Parameter 3, select the one with X and click display

Step 9: The standard countries that allow the evaluating by Absence quota are displayed. SAP advises that activating the function for a non designated country is done at own risk.

Step 10: Add the parameter to the Function in the Schema

RAB Feature Update.png

A visual representation of the steps needed to updated the Function

RAB Update.png

Update in Payroll Schema

Step 11: Capture the relevant absence to check that it deducts from different Quotas

Step 12: Execute a Payroll to ensure that the correct Valuation rules are referenced

Step 13: Payroll… must Pay

RAB Processing in Schema.png

A summary of the RAB processing in the Schema which shows the evaluation after quota deduction

ZL Table Results.png

Function PAB displays the different values set under the Valuation Rules/Counting Class

The above is dependant on how the PY consultant pro-rates / factors leave

Step The Last: The above summarises the steps required in order to activate the evaluation.

Final Note: In some instances RPTBPC10 might have to be executed in order to ensure Quota deduction is in the right sequence.

Any comments, queries, appreciations, criticisms and general praise is welcome.

FIN

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