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changing the daily work schudle through PCR

Former Member
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Dear All,

My period work schedule is: Mon - Fri -Night shift and Saturday and sun day is off day)

so my client requirement is, if an employee worked all 05 nights (Mon to Fri) then Saturday and Sunday is off day.

but if an employee got one day absence then Saturday should be working day?

I suggest to go for the substitution method but my client wont like to go for manual work. they are expecting which should be happen automatically.

My question is. can i convert the daily work schedule (offday) in to working day (night shift) via PCR?

actually im expecting to change the daily work schedule class (offday to night shift) via PCR

can any one help me in this.

Manjula

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Former Member
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Hello,

In one of my clients we have counted the worked days in a week with a pcr and then with another pcr we checked the number of the variable (i mean time type) if it was less then required we did not pay off for that employee.

We did not change the daily work schedule but we changed the time types and time wage types via pcrs.

Regards.

Okan

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Hi Okan,

I can do this as u said but there are so many conditions i need put, If employee did not come even one day from monday to friday then saturday should be 0.5 day night (18.00 to 23.00-Daily work schdule class is=5). here if an employee worked beyond 23.00 then OT will be calculated.

for this. i need to convert the daily work schedule class from 4 to 5. with the condition..

My condition is: If an employee covered 40 hours in a week from monday to friday then saturday is workday (dailly work schdule =5) This convert part i hv to do via PCR..

Are they any possibility to convert the Daily work schdule class via PCR..

Regards,

manjula

Former Member
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Hello Manjula;

Can you try operation DAYPG in the pcr?

Regards;

Okan

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Try to solve through Variants rule