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Regular Salary is Not Reducing Hours When PTO is Exists and Salary Increased on Last day of the Pay Period. (Doc ID 2856318.1)

Last updated on MARCH 18, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (US) - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Statement of Earnings shows that Regular Salary hours and amount has not been reduced when there is a salary increase on the last day of a pay period and there are Paid Time Off (PTO) elements in the same pay period.

1-Responsibilty: US HRMS Manager

2-Navigate to people =>Assignment > Click on Element entries .

it shows the following as example of this scenario 

- Pay period 8/6/21 – 8/19/21 

-Two records for PTO Hours

a) PTO Hours ​has 7.50 hours with Entry effective date 06-Aug-2021 and Date earned 12-Aug-2021
b) PTO Hours ​has 7.50 hours with Entry effective date 06-Aug-2021 and Date earned 19-Aug-2021

3- Salary increased on last day of pay period on 19-Aug-2021

4- Navigate to People=>Assignment=> Quick pay and run quickpay .

5- Check SOE >PTO hours 15:00  and Regular Salary shows 67.50 hours instead of 60

 Employee's Biweekly hours are 75 and he had 15 hours of PTO . So the regular Salary hours should show 60 hours not 67.50 and the amount should be adjusted too .


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