Fusion Global Payroll: Absence Accrual Calculation Based on Payroll Balance Causing Incorrect Accrual Calculation / Pay Liability
(Doc ID 2532655.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Global Payroll - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This note was created for Release 11.13.19.01.0. The note has been reviewed and is current for release 188.8.131.52.0.
1. If the accrual is run before payroll run, then accruals will be based on Assignment workings hours as Hours Worked balance is not available or hold the latest values for calculation.
Accrual has been calculated up to 02/02/19. (Bi-Weekly Period)
Employee's assignment category changed from 'Full-Time" to "Part-Time' on 28-Jan-19.
The next time the scheduled accrual process runs (03-Feb-19), the accrual is calculated correctly for 03-Feb-19, i.e. it used the Part-Time assignment category when calculating the accrual.
However, it did not re-process the previous periods (in this case, from 20-Jan-19 to 02-Feb-19), so the balance is incorrect because the accrual calculated for those previous periods are now incorrect.
If Payroll is run before the accrual process then payroll will not have the latest accrual which will result in correct calculation of Accrual liability and Hours. eg :Accrual is calculated till 16-Mar-2019. (Bi-Weekly Period).
The accrual is dependent on the payroll result of Hours Worked balance.
There is an Unpaid Leave of 15 hours entered and the Payroll for Pay Period 3 (20-Jan-2019 to 02-Feb-2019) is executed now. Unpaid leave is excluded from Hours Worked. So accrual needs to be recalculated.
2. How do we transfer the retrospective values of Absence accrual to Payroll?
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