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Fusion Compensation: GSP: Error "The proposed salary isn't greater than the current salary. A progression or salary update can't result in a lower salary for the worker. (CMP-1005468)" Is Given When Running Grade Step Progression Process (Doc ID 2687146.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 11, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.04.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When running the "Run Grade Step Progression" process (with the aim of progressing employees to the next grade step) from:

And checking the results in:

The following error message is given for a particular employee

The proposed salary isn't greater than the current salary. A progression or salary update can't result in a lower salary for the worker. (CMP-1005468)

The particular employee who the error is returned for, is on a current Salary which is higher than the Salary for the next grade step in the ladder (which he needs to progress to)

For example

1) When checking from "Manage Employment", this employee is on Grade Step 1 on the Progression Grade Ladder.

2) When checking from "Manage Salary" for this particular employee, the salary shows as 25,000 (this is a fictional example)

3) The Progression Grade Ladder for the Grade "IT Support Engineer" has the following steps

IT Support Engineer Probation - Step 1 - 10,000.00
IT Support Engineer Skilled - Step 2 - 20,000.00
IT Support Engineer Proficient - Step 3 - 30,000.00

It can be seen that the employee is on Step 1 (and needs to progress to Step 2), but the current salary of 25,000 is higher than the rate for the next step.  The intention was to progress the employee to the next step without a salary change.

Changes

 

Cause

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