Go Back   Wiki NewForum > SAP End-to-End Implementation

Reply
Views: 18411 Source: CNN18.com, India-Forums, TellyChakkar, India, Times of India, Youtube, BollywoodLife, Rediff  
Thread Tools Rating: Thread Rating: 17 votes, 2.59 average. Display Modes
  #16  
Old 02-26-2009, 07:19 PM
freesaphr freesaphr is offline
Award Winner
 
Join Date:
Jan 2009
Posts: 10,503
Default

Ads
Reply With Quote
  #17  
Old 02-26-2009, 07:20 PM
freesaphr freesaphr is offline
Award Winner
 
Join Date:
Jan 2009
Posts: 10,503
Default

Enterprise Structure for Wage Type Model

When your company hires new employees or transfers employees from one department to another, the system proposes wage types in the Basic Pay infotype (0008). These default values often depend on the personnel area and/or employee group/subgroup.


For a better understanding of the procedure, read the next step before performing this one.
In this step, you can define the key for default wage types in accordance with the above conditions.


The actual wage types are defined in the next section.


If you want to define default wage types for some, but not all, employee subgroups, group those employee subgroups with the same default wage types with this feature. This saves you work in the next step.


Example
The Basic Pay infotype (0008) should propose the wage type "standard pay" for pay scale employees, and "non-standard salary" for non-pay-scale employees, when you hire an employee or transfer employees to another department.


Requirements
The terms you use to default the different wage types must have been defined, for example, personnel area, employee group and subgroup.


Your personnel areas, employee groups and subgroups must be defined.
Your wage type catalog must be defined.


You have defined the permissibility of wage types for infotypes.
You have set wage type characteristics.


You have grouped employee subgroups and personnel subareas for primary wage types.


Standard settings
The standard SAP system contains a model for the feature Planned remuneration specification (LGMST).


Recommendation
Use this model.
Read the documentation on the feature LGMST.


Activities
Define keys for default wage types.
Reply With Quote
  #18  
Old 02-26-2009, 07:21 PM
freesaphr freesaphr is offline
Award Winner
 
Join Date:
Jan 2009
Posts: 10,503
Default

Enterprise Structure for Wage Type Model


Path: Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Payroll Data -> Basic Pay -> Wage Types -> Enterprise Structure for Wage Type Model.


Feature: LGMST


When your company hires new employees or transfers employees from one department to another, the system proposes wage types in the Basic Pay infotype (0008). These default values often depend on the personnel area and/or employee group/subgroup.


For a better understanding of the procedure, read the next step before performing this one.


In this step, you can define the key for default wage types in accordance with the above conditions.


The actual wage types are defined in the next section.


If you want to define default wage types for some, but not all, employee subgroups, group those employee subgroups with the same default wage types with this feature. This saves you work in the next step.



Example
The Basic Pay infotype (0008) should propose the wage type "standard pay" for pay scale employees, and "non-standard salary" for non-pay-scale employees, when you hire an employee or transfer employees to another department.
Reply With Quote
  #19  
Old 02-26-2009, 07:21 PM
freesaphr freesaphr is offline
Award Winner
 
Join Date:
Jan 2009
Posts: 10,503
Default

Reply With Quote
  #20  
Old 02-26-2009, 07:22 PM
freesaphr freesaphr is offline
Award Winner
 
Join Date:
Jan 2009
Posts: 10,503
Default

Select the decision factor like wage type groups will based on employee groups or personnel area.....

Reply With Quote
Reply

Tags
sap

New topics in SAP End-to-End Implementation

Thread Tools
Display Modes Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Forum Jump


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.10
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.