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How does historic accuracy affect leave accruals?

 
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How does historic accuracy affect leave accruals?

Leave accruals are a staple part of the system and they follow a few rules. The most prominent of which is the preservation of historical accuracy. The system is designed in a way that it remembers what employees leave allowance existed at any one time.

For example:

An employee who is casual gains Full time employment at the end of December. So you update the employee's status in the system along with their leave allowances.

After a month goes buy you realise something needs to be changed with that employees pay run at the beginning of December. The system will use the historic settings rather than the newer ones because the employee was casual back then not full time. As a result of this core system feature if records are not updated accurately and in a timely manner manual adjustments will be required.

For example:

An employee is entered into the system incorrectly as a casual instead of a Part time employee. This was not noted for a month and the system was then updated to correct the mistake. Any pre-existing pay runs will not then view the employee as a part timer. So manual adjustments would be required.

Click this link to know more about how to Apply leave adjustment.

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Level 3

How does historic accuracy affect leave accruals?

Leave accruals are a staple part of the system and they follow a few rules. The most prominent of which is the preservation of historical accuracy. The system is designed in a way that it remembers what employees leave allowance existed at any one time.

For example:

An employee who is casual gains Full time employment at the end of December. So you update the employee's status in the system along with their leave allowances.

After a month goes buy you realise something needs to be changed with that employees pay run at the beginning of December. The system will use the historic settings rather than the newer ones because the employee was casual back then not full time. As a result of this core system feature if records are not updated accurately and in a timely manner manual adjustments will be required.

For example:

An employee is entered into the system incorrectly as a casual instead of a Part time employee. This was not noted for a month and the system was then updated to correct the mistake. Any pre-existing pay runs will not then view the employee as a part timer. So manual adjustments would be required.

Click this link to know more about how to Apply leave adjustment.

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