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SAP Success Factors Time Off – Accounts without Time Account Type

SAP Success Factors has come up with a very effective, easy to configure and maintain cloud solution i.e EC Time Off. TIME OFF as the name suggests, is related to booking “time off” for an employee. The entire procedure – from booking the time, to getting it approved and reporting the time absence – is well catered through the single Time Off solution.

So guys, just pull on your socks as now we are heading to make you familiar that without using/maintaining Time Account Type we can control the Accounts with some of the simple Time Off Absence Validation rules.

Simplifying, instead of creating the Time Account Type and adding accrual rules to generate accruals into that accounts which are assigned to concern Time Types, now we can just create a Business rules and assign to the concern Time Type for that fiscal year to limit Employee to take the concern leaves upto a limit.

 

Step1: Go to Configure Business Rules and choose Absence Validation under Time Management.

 

Step 2: Enter the valid Rule Name, Rule ID, Start Date

 

Scenario 1: If the rule should be based on the Days, then create the below rule which checks the validation of not more than 10 Days from 1st Jan to 31st Dec each year.

 

Scenario 2: If the rule should be based on the Hours, then create the below rule which checks the validation of not more than 78 Hours from 1st Jan to 31st Dec each year.

 

Scenario 3: If the rule should be based on the Calendar Days, then create the below rule which checks the validation of not more than 2 Days from 1st Jan to 31st Dec each year.

 

 

Step 3: Finally assigned the concern rule as needed for the Time Type under Take Rules.

 

So finally, without having Time Account Type created and assigned to Time Type we can have the validation rules created and assigned to Time Type.

 

Thank You. Have a wonderful day.

 

Venkata Subbarao Pathangi

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