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GPESP: Extra Payment Days with Child Care - Reduction is not Correct when the Extra payments are Defined as Proration Lump Sum (Doc ID 2740959.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 05, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Spain - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The calculation of extra payment days for employees with CHILD CARE reduction is not correct when the extra payments are defined as Proration Lump Sum.

They are not being calculated correctly, nor are the extra payment units in the extra calendar, and also the DTO PXTR AUS concept is calculated to deduct the child care days in the same month of the extra, when in fact it shouldn’t be calculated.

Steps to reproduce the issue:

1. Set Up HCM > Product Related > Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Framework > Organizational > Labor Agreement ESP > Extra Period Earnings
Proration Lump Sum enabled
2. The employee is hired/checked in on 01/05/2020:
Sequence 1 – Action Recontractation

3. And a 50% reduction of the workday is reported for him due to child care
Action Baja- Termination
Standard Hours 17.50

4. Also, the child care absence is reported for him, with the corresponding hours:
Cuidado Menor 01/08/2019 no end date
5. And the hours are also reported in variable RED JORNADA:
Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt, Payee Data, Create Overrides, Supporting Elements
CLI VR RED JORNADA for the emplid begin date 01/05/2020 - 3.5
The extra payment before applying PUM35, was correctly calculating the units and the rates. Days were not being discounted because the extra payment rate was already being reduced.
But in the June payroll the absence days due to child care were being discounted from the extra payment, which is not correct:
After applying PUM35, the DTO PXTRA AUS days are still calculated in the same way in June which is incorrect, and furthermore, the extra payment units are calculated incorrectly, and instead of calculating 60, it calculates 54 because it’s deducting 6 days from the month of May.
There shouldn’t be extra units deducted in this case since the rate is already reduced and the calculation of these discount days is also incorrect since they don’t match the 50% workday.




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