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Transfer Workforce Compensation Salary Amount Is Different From Worksheet To HR (Doc ID 2041369.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation Cloud Service - Version 11.1.9.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

 On : 11.1.9.2.0 version, .Manage Compensation

Compensation Amount & Percentage of Eligible Salary factors in FTE when posted to HR for Hourly Rate

Salary Review plan which deals with the Hourly Paid employees.
These employees have a Salary Basis where the Annualization Factor is 1898.
When the Transfer Workforce Compensation Data to HR process runs we are seeing the following behaviour:
- If an employee has an FTE of 1 then the Compensation Amount & Percentage of Eligible Salary columns post to the Adjustment Amount and Adjustment Percentage fields on the Manage Salary screen as they seen on the Worksheet and in Administer Workers.
- If an employee has an FTE of less than 1 then the Compensation Amount & Percentage of Eligible Salary columns post to the Adjustment Amount and Adjustment Percentage fields on the Manage Salary screen with the FTE factored in.
For example with an employee on a 0.5 FTE with a Current Hourly Rate of 5.20 and a Compensation Amount of 0.26 & Percentage of Eligible Salary of 5%, the values are posted to HR as Adjustment Amount = 0.52 and Adjustment Percentage = 10% which gives a New Hourly Rate of 5.72 instead of 5.46.

This is very misleading such that if a Worksheet Manager assumes a direct report is getting a 0.26 increase to their Hourly Rate then it should be posted to HR as a 0.26 Adjustment.

Cause

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