- Variable Pay
- Configuration Steps: If your process requires statement information to be pulled from completed Variable Pay forms as this functionality needs to be turned on. This can be turned on in provisioning under “Included only Completed Variable Pay forms for Variable Pay Personal Statements and Combined Statements generation”. Detailed slides follow on how to administer new functionality.
- Go to Admin Tools > Compensation > Actions for all Plans => Manage Statement Templates.
Statement template type must be selected at time of import.
- Actions for all Plans > Default Permissions
Onscreen default permission settings added for Variable Pay and Combined Statement Templates (Actions for all Plans)
Generating Statements for All Forms or for Completed Forms Only
If your instance is only generating statements for people with completed forms, or if you want to restrict it to this then this can be changed. There is an implementation setting only available to support. This can control whether you print only completed forms, or all forms. To enable completed only statements please open a case with Customer Support and request the feature be enabled/disabled according to your needs (it is enabled to include only completed by default): Provisioning > Company Settings > "Include only completed variable pay forms for variable pay personal statements and combined statements generation".
Benefits of the Feature
One global statement template; Different employee groups and reward communication timelines.
Statement template by region/group of employees.
Spanish/English compensation statement template;
Spanish/English Varpay template;
Spanish/English combined statement template;
One statement template for employees above a specific level across all geographies and divisions.
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