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Quota generation not to happen for Unpaid leave

Former Member
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Hi Folks,

we have an unpaid leave and when an emplyee goes on this unpaid leave, quota should not be generated. we are generating the quota through time evaluation on monthly basis and even an employee goes on Unpaid leave, system is generating the quota.

Please suggest anyone how can we control this so that when an employee is on unpaid leave his quota will not be generated.

Thanks and regards.

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Former Member
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Create reduction rule for that same and assign for quota generation rule.

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/ca/d32fe48435d111950d0060b03c6b76/content.htm

Check tables T559N and V_554S_M:

In this step, you specify the conditions under which you want a generated absence quota to be reduced.

Certain absences such as unpaid leave can also be counted as inactive days. In this case, the reduction quotient is determined by counting the number of calendar days in relation to the accrual period.

Activities

1. Decide which conditions should lead to the quota being reduced

2. Under Define reduction rules, create appropriate reduction rules. Assign names that make it easy to identify the rules in the selection rule for absence quota types.

If necessary, specify whether (and how) the quota should be reduced for part-time employees.

By entering a key date to determine part-time data, you specify the date from which you want the system to account for a change in working times. Basic pay splits and planned work splits are only taken into account if each individual day is checked to ascertain a change in working times.

3. If necessary, specify which reduction rules should apply for inactive days

4. Under Assign reduction indicators for absences, specify which absence types should cause the entitlement to be reduced.

Select the Reduce quota accrual field if you want absences of this type to be treated as inactive days.

If necessary, limit the reduction relevance of the absence by assigning a lower limit/ upper limit for the payroll days.

Let me know, if you have any doubt...

Regards

Ajay

Edited by: Ajay3326 on Feb 14, 2012 8:40 AM

Former Member
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Hi,

It is resolved the issue. thanks

Thanks and regards.

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sikindar_a
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Do you have Quota Generation For unpaid leave if yes please check assigment of Counting Class to the the Quotas and also if there is any specific Rule please do check that in the system