eProfile / eCompensation Manager Compensation History - Non-base Pay Components Not Shown
(Doc ID 2091722.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM eCompensation Manager Desktop - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM eCompensation - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In HCM 9.2, Oracle has changed the functionality of the "View Compensation History" components for both employees and managers. New components have been introduced, and these are embedded into al the standards places, including SES. The legacy components still remain but are not embedded.
These are now designed to show four different types of compensation information. One of these is related to standard Job Data compensation, and the remainder are related to variable compensation.
The Job Data compensation that is displayed only relates to base pay, i.e. the accumulated value at the ‘Job’ level rather than the individual components of pay at the ‘Compensation’ level.
In HCM 9.1 the Compensation History components only dealt with Job Data pay. However, they did show all of the individual pay components, including non-base pay.
The new functionality does not allow employees or managers to view their individual pay components, and non-base pay components are not accessible at all.
NB We are patched to HCM 9.2 PUM13, Interaction Hub 9.1 Revision 3, and on PeopleTools 8.54.13
To show the difference between HCM 9.1 and 9.2, you firstly need to choose employee with a non-base pay component.
It is also necessary to ensure that the ‘Action’ on this row is one of those that is included in Compensation History, eg Pay Rate Change
Assign this to a user id.
Differences between HCM 9.1 and HCM 9.2:
Navigate to Compensation History (Main Menu -> Self Service -> Payroll and Compensation -> Compensation History). Each ‘compensation’ row from Job Data is displayed. We have added the 19/11/2015 row.
Clicking this row displays a detail window for that Job Data row, showing all of the components of pay.
Navigate to Compensation History. In the example, only Job Data salary rows exist.
Click on the new row which contains the non-base pay.
As you can see, this only shows the summary information held at the Job level.
The employee (and manager) has no ability to view non-base pay.
NB Although the legacy components still exists, it is the new ones that are embedded in the system, so there would be significant customisation to revert to these, such as the following
- Compensation History search definition
- Manager Employee Information – compensation history link
- Related actions – for all manager transactions, Manager Dashboard direct reports pagelet.
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