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Hello Friends,

We need to configure OT calculation through negetive time evaluation. The business requirement is, if employee working time is more than the specified time in infotype 2002, system should calculate OT hours and Employee should get OT value at 150% .

Can you please guide me to configure.

Thanks and Regards.

sam

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Hi,

For overtime calucaltion you can use Schema TM04 , jsut got through these things,

Schema TM04 is based on the following requirements and objectives:

Schema TM04 forms time balances, time wage types and time quotas. It is processed using the time evaluation report RPTIME00.

The schema imports and processes time data that has been entered online. Employee working time is recorded in the Attendances infotype (2002).

You can record only exceptions to the work schedule, or all times to be included in the working time (actual times).

Clock times are not required for evaluation of time data. Attendance/absence times must be entered as hours and not as clock-in/out times, and only these hours are evaluated in pair formation. The times specified in the daily work schedule are insignificant. Only entries in hours such as planned working hours or minimum daily working time are evaluated. Checks are not performed against the maximum daily working time specified in the daily work schedule when planned working time and overtime are calculated.

When exceptions to the work schedule are entered, the planned working hours are generated according to the daily work schedule. Recorded absences and certain attendance times are deducted.

All recorded times are seen as working time when overtime is calculated. The following overtime rules apply:

Overtime begins after x number of hours per day

Overtime begins after y number of hours per week

Overtime begins after z number of consecutive workdays.

In schema TM04, you can store rules which refer to the payroll period. These payroll periods can be different for different employees, and do not have to correspond to the time evaluation period.

Time experts can give more inputs to your problem.

thanks & regards

Pallavi

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