Misalignment in compa ratio in compensation form and employee central.
Test & Production -EC-Comp integrated template.
Compensation template is configured to get the salary pay matrix ranges with an effective date in the future and EC salary pay matrix has been updated to reflect a different midpoint as of a date in the future.
Compa Ratio is always recalculated on the fly upon opening of an Employee’s profile and takes into account the latest effective date of the EC Salary Pay Matrix.
This means that if you set your compensation template to get the ranges from the EC Salary Pay Matrix as of the Merit Planning forms creation day, you will never have a gap between the Compa Ratio displayed in Employee Central and the Compa Ratio displayed in the Merit Planning worksheet for an employee.
Our leading practice is to set the Salary pay matrix effective date to the Merit Planning forms creation day.
- Today (5/9), “employee A” has a Compa Ratio of 110% in Employee Central (Salary of 110,000 divided by active (for today) Mid Point in the EC salary Pay Matrix of 100,000)
- Tomorrow (5/10), the EC administrator loads a new value in the EC Salary Pay Matrix : Mid point is 90,000 as of 6/1)
- After tomorrow (5/11), Comp admin launches the Merit planning worksheets with a Salary Pay Matrix effective date of 6/1
In this case, the Compa Ratio in the form will show 120% (Salary of 110,000 divided by Midpoint as of 6/1) when it will still show 110% in Employee Central because the Merit planning forms launch date isn’t 6/1 yet.
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