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GP ESP: When the Contribution Conditions Don't Vary (IT+ IT or MAT+RE) It Shouldn't Slice the Payroll (Doc ID 2174590.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 26, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Spain - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Current behavior: For two consecutive absence events that the second is a relapse of the first; we do not create a trigger for the end date of first absence event, and, we do not crerate a trigger for the begin date of the second absence event.

New behavior. We remove the condition that both consecutive absence events have to be a relapse. Additionally, any mix of absence events MATERNIDAD, PATERNIDAD, RIESGO EMBARAZO and RIESGO LACTANCIA will be considered as the same absence event, so, any mix of consecutive events for such an absence events, will create one trigger for the begin date of the first event and one trigger for the end date of the last event.

General rule is : different absences should produce segmentation. Same entries of the same absence shouldn't produce segmentation


IT (1-10) + IT (11-25) relapse
Trigger on 1, 26 and 16 (pago delegado)
IT (1-10) + IT (11-25) no relapse
Trigger on 1 and 26
IT (1-10) + AT (11-25)
Trigger on 1-11-12-26 (first day of AT is healthy)
IT (1-10) + Mat (11-25)
Trigger on 1, 11, 26
Risk (1-10) + Mat (11-25)
Trigger on 1, 11, 26
Maternity (1-10) + Risk(11-25)
Trigger on 1, 11, 26
Maternity (1-10) + Partial Maternity (11-25)
Trigger on 1, 11, 26
Paternity (1-10) + Partial Paternity (11-25)
Trigger on 1,11, 26
IT (1-10) + IT PRORROGADA (11-25)
Trigger on 1,11, 26
AT (1-10) + AT PRORROGADA (11-25)
Trigger on 1, 11 ,26


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Add two consecutive absences listed under the same conditions to an employee
Ex: Pregnancy risk 03/01/2016 al 17/01/2016
     Maternity leave 18/01/2016 al 03/03/2016
2. Run payroll
3. Generate Cret@ file


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