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EPY: Paycalc Doesn't Split FLSA Earnings Into more than 104 Periods (Doc ID 1212444.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 8.8 SP1 to 9.1 [Release 8.8 to 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 8 SP1 and later
Generic (Platform Independent)

Goal

Technical description of the issue:

In below PSPECALC program, perform statement is stopping when 104 limit is reached (FLSA-PERIOD-COUNT-MAX OF PYGRP in copy PSCPYGRP is set to 104)  How can this limit be increased from 104 limit to, for example, 208 limit:

PERFORM AA420-NEXT-FLSA-CAL-PERIOD VARYING DFLSA-IDX
FROM START-DFLSA-IDX BY 1
UNTIL FLSA-PERIOD-COUNT-MAX OF PYGRP
OR MORE-FLSA-PRDS-NO


Functional example of the issue:

An earnings code (i.e. Bonus) with FLSA impact is spread across two years.  After the calculation completes, it is noted that the gross of the payment is not correct.   Most notably the negative off-set for the FLSA earnings is not produced.

Example:  A Bonus of $10,000 is entered on the paylines with Earnings Begin Date = 2/6/2011 and an Earnings End Date of 2/2/2013 for a nonexempt hourly employee. When the calculation is complete,  the system should generate 1 row for each week between the earnings begin and earnings end date allocating this bonus into per FLSA week amounts. It should also create a negative offset for the original entry of -$10,000.   However, the negative offset was not created nor were all of the individual FLSA weekly rows created.

Solution

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