Compensation Tab is Not Calculating the Rate Accurately
(Doc ID 2496519.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Compensation Rows for the Customer includes Base Pay, Percent Increase of Base Pay and an additional Bonus.
While the Customer is expecting the percentage increase to be calculated from the Base Pay; the percentage is actually being calculated from the addition of Base Pay and Additional Bonus.
Which is causing incorrect Compensation Rate to be calculated.
Compensation Rate should be calculated correctly.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login as PS/PS
2. Navigate to Set Up HCM > Foundation Tables > Compensation Rules > Comp Rate Code Table > Comp Rate Code Table
3. Add a new Comp Rate Code FOTPER with the following details:
Make sure that Base Pay is checked, Rate Code Class : BASSAL, Calculated by None, Currency USD, Frequency B, Rate Code Type: Percent.
4. And Save
5. Create one more Comp Rate Code as FOTBIW with details:
Make sure that Base Pay is checked, Rate Code Class : BASSAL, Calculated by None, Currency USD, Frequency B, Rate Code Type: Flat Amount.
6. And Save.
7. Goto the Job Data Page and click on the Compensation Tab
8. Under Pay Components Enter the details of Rate Code of ANTON with Comp Rate as 2000, Currency as USD, Frequency as B
9. Click on the '+' sign and add Rate Code FOTPER with Currency as USD, Frequency as B, and Percent as 10
10. Click on the '+' sign again and add the Rate Code for FOTBIW with Currency as USD, Frequency as B and the Comp Rate as 100
11. Click on the Calculate Compensation
12. Observe that the Compensation Rate shows as 2310. [Base Pay (2000) + (Percent Increase (10% of (Base Pay + Additional Bonus)) which comes as 210) + Additional Bonus(100)]
13. It is an expectation that the Compensation Rate should show as 2300 [Base Pay (2000) + Percent Increase (10% of Base Pay which is 200) + Additional Bonus(100)]
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