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EPY: Retro Pay Not Calculating Correctly In Job Earnings Distribution (JED) On Certain Lines (Doc ID 2880089.1)

Last updated on APRIL 15, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Payroll for North America - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Retro Payroll is not calculating correctly when a job earnings distribution is in place for certain lines. It is calculating correctly for some lines but not all.

Retro Payroll should be calculating correctly in RETROPAY_EARNS for JED on all lines.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:
1. Ensure that the Bi-Weekly Pay Group is configured for FLSA based on 7 days (Set Up HCM>Product Related>Payroll for North America>Payroll Processing Controls>Pay Group)
2. Ensure that the JED for the employee is setup with a 70/30 split for the Salaried Employee that is tied to same B/U but different DEPTIDs (Workforce Administration>Job Information>Job Data)
3. Ensure the employee is on Paid Leave of Absence
4. Create paysheets (Payroll for North America>Payroll Processing USA>Create and Load Paysheets>Create Paysheets)
5. Calculate payroll (Payroll for North America>Payroll Processing USA>Produce Payroll>Calculate Payroll)
6. Confirm payroll (Payroll for North America>Payroll Processing USA>Produce Payroll>Confirm Payroll
7. Insert a row in JOB that for a mid pay rate change that effects the paycheck you confirmed and increase the rate (Workforce Administration>Job Information>Job Data)
8 Verify the retro request was triggered (Payroll for North America>Retroactive Payroll>Retro Pay>Process and Review Requests>Request and Trigger Summary)
9. Run retro pay calculation (Payroll for North America>Retroactive Payroll>Retro Pay>Calculate Retroactive Pay)
10. Verify the results of the retro pay calculation (Payroll for North America>Retroactive Payroll>Retro Pay>Retro Pay Calculation Results)




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