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Absences is not deducting when running payroll run

former_member627003
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Hello all,

I have schedulled an absence for all the month in PA61 as below:

But, as the employee doesn't work for whole month, why it's paying the complete salary and  it's not deducting the absences?

Thanks,

Ricardo

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vianshu
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Hi Ricardo,

Please ensure the following:

  1. Absences with quotas should have screen number 2001 in Table T554S.
  2. Absences without quotas should have screen number 2000 in Table T554S.

For absences with quotas, below is the configuration chain you should put in place:

Absence Type (T554S) > Counting Rule (T556C) > Deduction Rule (V_556R_B) > Quota Type (T556A).

Please maintain values in the above sequence and ensure that the screen number is correct.

I hope this information helps you to resolve this issue.

Let me know if you face any issues.

Thanks and regards,
Vivek Barnwal

vianshu
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Hi Ricardo,

Is this issue resolved now?

Regards,

Vivek

former_member627003
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Hello Vivek,

No, I didn't guess what is going wrong.

I am sending the screen shots for the tables you mentioned, but I didn't found the value correctly.

Absence Type (T554S)

Counting Rule (T556C)

I didn`t find the Absence type in the T556C and in the other views you sent.

It's an absence without cotas... this absence is to not pay the employee.

I corrected the date:

Any other suggestion?

former_member193652
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Hi Ricardo,

As you see in first screenshot your counting rule does not work Absence days are 0.

Go through T554S, find your absence type and check which counting rule is assigned. Then go into T556C and check counting rule settings. There are lot's of discutions about these tables and I am sure you can config them correctlly

By the way you should specify end date of absece day. As I see it's 31.12.9999!

Regards,

Omid