Issue with the Order in which Information w.r.t Effective Sequence is Displayed on the Self Service / Manager Self Service - View Compensation history page
(Doc ID 2308213.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 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.
While displaying the compensation history for an employee. The concept of `effective sequence' is not presented in here, and multiple records of employment (i.e. employee record number) are returned.
These are displayed ordered on the `award date', effectively the Job Data effective date, and the compensation source. The order of rows on the same effective date and compensation source is arbitrary. This could mean that earlier rows (i.e. on a lower effective sequence) are displayed above later rows. There is no fault in the data that is returned, but the display is confusing to the user as the rows across multiple records of employment are all jumbled together and the sequence can be confusing.
Pick an employee KU0036 who has More than one employee record. Job Data pay changes on the same date. Example provided below :
Employee record 0, effective date 10/11/2008, sequence 0 ' annual pay 53000
Employee record 0, effective date 10/11/2008, sequence 1 ' annual pay 54999
Employee record 1, effective date 10/11/2008, sequence 0 ' annual pay 16640
Employee record 1, effective date 10/11/2008, sequence 1 ' annual pay 18720
Navigate to : Employee Self Service / Manager Self Service ' View Compensation history for KU0036
You can see the 3 `Base Salary' rows. They are across the two employee records. However, as you can see the order is incorrect as they are not
sorted on effective sequence. Also, as mentioned in the overview, all rows across all record numbers are displayed together.
Note : Reference to Employee KU0036 is from PeopleSoft Delivered Demo data.
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