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E1: 07: Enhancement Request: Master Accrual Assignment for DBA Calculation (Doc ID 2707417.1)

Last updated on JUNE 18, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Company has two groups of employees - Union employees and Non-Union employees working under different statutory. Only the non-union employees are eligible for Statutory Sick accruals which are set up with Rollup and Master accrual DBAs. Current JD Edwards solution on statutory sick Master accrual setup and it is not working to fit company needs.

Currently the Master accrual is set up to Calculate for all Employees (TRPF flagged). The 50 individual Rollup accruals are setup to Calculate for all Employees as well. With these settings when the Payroll is run, Sick accruals are calculating for ALL employees, including Union and Non-Union.

In order to eliminate the Union group from accruing SICK hours, attempted enrolling the SICK Eligible employees into a SICK plan which has Master accrual DBA attached so that all the SICK eligible employees would have the master accrual code added to the DBA Instructions. The Calculated for all Employees check box was also cleared for master accrual. With this set up, when Payroll was run no employee received the Sick accrual (both Union & Non-union).

Based on JD Edwards DBA calculation hierarchy, all DBAs have to be assigned at the same level.  It is not realistic solution to have to individually assign 50 rollup DBAs (employees don't work in a single location but instead work all across the country) as well as the master accrual to Employee DBA Instructions for all eligible employees.  Require a solution that will allow master and rollup accruals to calculate for eligible employees without having to individually have to assign all DBAs to DBA Instructions.




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