Client want off day should be counted as absence day or leave day for some absences. I have checked all the days, holidays class,day type,work schedule, daily work schedule class in counting rule but still its not counting day off as leave day or absence day . Please guide me what configuration required to resolve this issue.
Check the following customization in the implementation guide (spro):-
1. Define Absence Types : Unit for calculating absence days : ( A, K etc). You may choose K when you want to include the Calender days and not just the absence/attendance days
2. Define Counting Rules : Check if you have selected weekends etc
You need to check your absences customization starting from defining absences to assigning counting rules to absence types
thanks for your response. I allready selected unit as a calender days for absences & checked weekends also . I think problem can be resloved by either counting rule and by unit calender days . Please find below image. I want also absence days 14 as per screen shot because client is counting day off or national public holiday is leave day for empoloyee
Can we have also required to config rule type for day off daily workschedule ??
In my earlier post i have shown you a snap shot of how you need to customize the off day. If you select planned hrs =0 , your requirement would not be achieved. If you customize as shown and select DWS class =0 and use that in your absence counting rule your objective is acheived. Refer screen shot below :-
Please correct your day type selection rule
Definition Rules for Day Types View: T553A
Rule D.ty.wkdy. D.typ.Sat. D.typ.Sun.
Rule XX b111111111 b111111111 b111111111 where b stands for blank space.
Once you correct your day type selection rule , then you need to regenerate your work schedules.
Thanks for your answer . This solution is working on off day or weekends but its not working on public holiday. If we have any public holidays in a week that time its count absence. As per our requirement public holiday and off day should be count as a leave day. Please find below screen shot for your refrence. I allready checked public holidays class in counting rule.
Thanks for your answer... if we do day type 2 then it will crate problem for in counting annual Annual absences. We want 2 type of solution . One is absence day where public holiday and off day is count as absence ..for example annual leave if we take leave on leave on friday to monday , system need only show 2 absences and calender days it will show 4 days.
There is another type of leave also for example sick leave :- where employee take leaves of 20 calender days , system need to show all 20 days absence days and calender days.
As per ur requirement... ( if i am not getting you wrong)
1) One is absence day where public holiday and off day is count as absence ..
so u can take DAY type 2 for the particular holiday n day off, we want to be counted as Absence. (what i got to know from ur words above)
again u r saying that "if we take leave on leave on friday to monday , system need only show 2 absences and calender days it will show 4 days." For this u need to take that absence to counted as only absence days... so in table V_T554S, u need to take 'A' in field 'unit'
2)example sick leave :- where employee take leaves of 20 calender days , system need to show all 20 days absence days and calender days.
For this, if sick leave days should be counted as per calender days, then specifically for SICK leave , in table V_T554S. u need to take 'k' or blank in the filed 'Unit'
Hope now it wud be clear to u... let me know if it doesn't meet ur requirement.
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If u r taking day type as 2 for every holiday, then u do't need to take holiday class 3 for holidays.....
one more things , if absence type is calucated on the basis of calender days, then if holidays or weef offs fall in between. by default, holidays n off will be considered as absence days.
As per your screen shots, I understood system is doing correctly and your configuration also correct as well. There are two concepts you should understand on creating absences.
1. When an absence linked with an absence quota and if you would setup counting rule to count off-day/public holiday as absence, you will find in IT2001 "calendar days" are equal to "quota deduction days" .
2. When an absence is not linked with absence quota then you will find "calendar days" are equal to "Payroll days", these absences are counted in Absence valuation based on payroll days to pay or deduct payment based on paid/unpaid absences. You will never match absence days and calendar days in IT2001, since off-days are configured as "0" hours.
Hope this clarifies you. Please let us know If you have different business scenario other than i had specified above.
Whiteraystech (SAP Support On Cloud)
Absence valuation is a different subject on its own and i would not want to get into a discussion here. But you can do wonders with absence valuation where i can choose to count my absences differently from the way it is counted in infotype 2001 and i can also choose the units that i want to count that absence whether in hours, absence days, payroll days, calendar days.
Unlike sap country payroll which has a statutory laws built in for each country , sap time management needs to be configured and this could differ from country to country based on labour laws. I could treat 22 working days = 1 month salary or 30/31 working days = I months salary which includes weekends and i could consider my weekends as work/paid or off/paid or else, hence my work schedules would differ. So here when i prorate i would look differently.
The reason why many hr users want absence days to include weekends because in our time reports they do not want to look at different coloumns( like absence days, calendar days or payroll days) for absences which include and do not include weekends and try and figure things out .
Sap standard says if you have a non working day in the daily work schedule rule select the check box planned working hours =0 but when you do this your objective would not be met. In this case you would have to train your time users on time calculations in reports. However, it is recommended that you preferably stick to standards when sap recommends it unless you have a strong statutory compulsion as a driver for change.