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Fusion Compensation: Salary :ISSUES WITH A TEMPORARY SALARY RATE FOR SOME EMPLOYEES (Doc ID 2374454.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation Cloud Service - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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ISSUES WITH A TEMPORARY SALARY RATE FOR SOME EMPLOYEES

The salary amount we do consider was saved or is in a temporal table is 30,329.60 . But this amount is not correct for the employee level and the correct salary for this employee is under this amount
 When the user applies a salary change to this employee, the application consider this 30,329.60 at amount base or last salary (But this amount is not visible in the application or in the UI, in the salary historic transaction window) so for example if the user define 25000 as a new salary the application consider that the last salary was 30,329.60 and apply this salary change as decrease salary action and it is not correct.

Here are a query we used to see historic but we didn't find this amount.

Employee Query:

Select *
From CMP_SALARY
Where ASSIGNMENT_ID = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Order by salary_amount desc

 
EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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The employee should not show an Adjustment amount = -329.60 and a Adjustment Percentage of -1.09. It should show the different between prior salary and new salary.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) MY WORK FACE > PERSON MANAGEMENT > NAME -> ENTER IN EMPLOYEE'S NAME > CLICK SEARCH
2) OPEN OR CLICK ON THE EMPLOYEE RECORD
3) TASKS > MANAGE SALARY
4) ADD SALARY. THESE FIELDS ARE REQUESTED: START DATE: 15-FEB-18 ACTION: CHANGE SALARY. REASON ANNIVERSARY > (B) OK


Changes

 

Cause

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