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Garnishment Element CH_GR_D01 Is Not Working Properly For MC Employee (Doc ID 2749795.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Garnishment element CH_GR_D01 is not working properly for MC employee

The garnishment element CH_GR_D01 allows garnishment deductions of a fix amount and in addition also the total deduction of exceptional elements that are to be mentioned in the CH_GR_04/CH_GR_C04 accumulator.

As per the garnishment decisions, put in general bonus elements and 13th salary. When using the CH_GR_D01 element expect that each month the fix amount is reduced from the net salary to be paid to a defined garnishment beneficiary.

And when ever the employee receives salary by an element that is mentioned in the CH_GR_04/CH_GR_C04 accumulator, then the amount also shall be deducted and be paid to the garnishment beneficiary.

This works well for mono contract employees. But this doesn’t work for Multi contract employees where need to define the CH_GR_D01 element on the legal contract 99x.

For MC employees always only have the fix amount deducted, but never the exceptional amounts defined in the CH_GR_04/CH_GR_C04 accumulator. There is a mismatch with the used contract levels.

Garnishment elements are all on EMPLID-level. The accumulators are on EMPL_RCD-level. The accumulators of type pilote for the channel from « normal » records to the legal record are missing.

Element definition (level) DD[CH_GR_D01], AC[CH_GR_04] and AC[CH_GR_C04] are both on level EMPL_RCD.

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