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OSP Countback Calculating Incorrectly (Doc ID 2810284.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Benefits - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Actual Behavior:
Post-dated request for an employee to receive a Prop extension from 28-JAN-21 as prop had expired.

There was no OSP override entered for the period after the prop expired and OSP started paying incorrectly for 36 days on BAND1.

Expected Behavior:
Should have calced No Pay for the extension

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Request came in as of 28-JAN-21, entered extension

2. Corrected the OSP by backing out all absences back to 18-Jun-2019 and re-enrolling.
     However noticed that employee was now receiving:

             OSP Full pay and OSP half pay arrears
                 from 24-JUL-19 to 25-AUG-19   = Full pay
                 from 26-AUG-19 to 28-AUG-19 = Half Pay

2. When looking at an older countback, the system did put the employee onto NOBAND sickness from the 24-JUL-19.
3. But now since the whole sickness period back to 18-JUN-19 has been backed out and re-enrolled    
       - the system is no longer including the original sickness absence time as part of the calculation,
          and this is then causing the 36 days OSP to pay as explained above




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