You replicate planned working times (PWT) from EC to EC Payroll. For the work schedule that must be assigned to infotype 0007, you have set up a dummy work schedule DUMMY247 as recommended in the implementation guide (https://help.sap.com/viewer/9bc433ddd056413ab5202588d26d69d4/latest/en-US/130cbcec0e21420e99ae7b3e25d543d0.html). The details of the setup of this DUMMY247 work schedule are explained in the KBAs 2906872 and 2914265. The employees therefore are assigned to this DUMMY247 work schedule in infotype 0007, and the true planned working times are replicated to infotype 2003.
Now an employee changes the work schedule within EC in the middle of the payroll period. For example, the employee may change from full-time work to part-time work in the middle of the month. Thereby, it is irrelevant whether this is a change of work schedule in the Job Information, or whether a new work schedule is specified through a Temporary Time Information for the employee.
Within payroll this switch of the work schedule results in a WPBP-split. The employee's salary gets valuated for each of the partial periods. You use a valuation that is based on the payroll variable TSDIVI. However, as no true work schedule is assigned to the employee in infotype 0007, the value in that payroll variable does not contain a meaningful value. As a result, the relevant reduction factor (the rate of one of the wagetypes /80*) for that WPBP-split does not contain the desired value, and the employee's partial period renumeration for that partial period does not get calculated correctly.
- Employee Central Payroll
- Time management integration scenario
- Planned Working Time Replication
- Partial Period Renumeration
KBA , LOD-EC-GCP-TIM , Time Data Replication , Problem
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