Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2016
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HRMS Time and Labor - Version 8 to 9.2 [Release 8 to 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 07-Oct-2013***
Customer replenishes PTO and SICK hours at the new year. They are expecting the system to acknowledge year end for leave hours in 2003 and then use the new balance for 2004. This is not the case, as the balance is used on an ongoing basis. One example given is if they report hours in 2003 while physically in the year 2004, the 2003 hours go against the 2004 balance.
In the past, they have been advised to add PeopleCode to the Elapsed time page to prevent users from doing this, however, they also enter hours in Rapid Time and there is no way to restrict the balances by year.
Here is how one Customer described their current situation:
We are currently in production and on January 1 the companies 8,000 employees received their new 2004 allotment of hours for certain leave plans such as Vacation and Sick Full Pay. This created a row in the TL_COMPLEAV_TBL date of 01-01-04 and populated the END BAL with their new allotments.
Another scenario is impacted by the change from 2003 to 2004. Currently all FHR and SAL employees receive 6 days of full pay per year. They cannot carry these hours forward into the new year. They receive a new allotment each year. Once pay has been confirmed and the leave accrual process is ran for this leave. One person's example had a new end balance of 35.5 hours. It should still be 43.5 hours as the time taken was in 2003 and the person had enough hours in 2003 to pay the individual. Instead the system used the 2004 bank.
Another customer has requested that Comptime balances be adjusted periodically or to add a feature that would allow them to set this up automatically. We would like to use the T&L comp time processing for a plan that will reset the ending balance to zero at the start of every six-month period. The plan will be tracking a negative balance (hours taken that are charged to a specific trc, SDS).
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