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TIme Information - Response Imm

Former Member
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Hi,

I am new to time management. I would like to learn and know about

infotypes of time management such as IT2001,IT2002,IT2006,IT2007.

If possible please give a scenario and explain breifly about the funtionality

of each fields in those infotypes such as absence,attendence,absence

quota and attendance quotas.

Useful Point Rewarded. Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Manian.

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Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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You can use the Attendances and Absences component to create the basic time information for the evaluation and accounting of your employees’ working times. You can use the Attendances (2002) and Absences (2001) infotypes to record time information efficiently.

You should use the Attendances/Absences component if you want to record working times or absence times for individual employees.

You can use Attendances to record the following situations, for example:

· Employees’ actual times

· Deviations from an employee’s personal work schedule

· Deviations from an employee’s general activities (such as seminar attendances, business trips)

You can use Absences to record the following situations, for example:

· Leave

· Doctor’s appointments

· Illness

You can specify data entry checks that permit or prevent the entry of specific attendances and absences.

You use 2006 infotype to manage time accounts that represent employees’ absence entitlements or time credits. The time accounts contain a particular number of days or hours during which employees are permitted to be off work.

You can use 2006 infotype to manage the following time accounts, for example:

· Employees’ annual leave

· Time in lieu accounts, containing hours of overtime for which employees are permitted to claim compensatory time off

· Paid and unpaid absence entitlements, such as for illness or other life events

You use 2007 infotype to manage time accounts that represent employees’ attendance approvals.

Employees’ working times affect costs. You can therefore use the Attendance Quotas infotype (2007) to specify how many hours an employee is permitted to work, and at what times. The system monitors how these time accounts are accrued and deducted.

You can use the infotype to manage the following time accounts, for example:

· Approvals for an employee to use a set number of days each year for further training

· Approvals for an employee to work a set number of overtime hours, if required, at set times over a set period

Reward points appreciated.

Thank You,

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