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3195695 - Business rule not accounting for FTE changes; thus the annual salary is not calculated correctly

Symptom

  • A business rule is used to see if the employee's pay is the minimum wage 
  • When an employee is changing from a Part-time FTE to a Full-time FTE or vice versa, the standard weekly hours for the change on the employee is not being used in the annual salary calculation. This is causing issues with the business rule evaluations.   
  • In the business rule trace, the Annualized Salary is still 21,112 for the rule (minwagecheck_1) which when evaluated against the min wage table and calculation, makes it throw an error.  It should be: 14*2080 = $29,120
  • Have found that when an employee is changing from a Part-time FTE to a Full-time FTE or vice versa, the standard weekly hours for the change on the employee is not being used in the annual salary calculation. This is causing issues with the business rule evaluations.   

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Environment

SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central

Product

SAP SuccessFactors Employee Central 2205

Keywords

ECT-193898, Passing annualized salary (PSGsum) to onSave rules is not correct, Annual Salary, FTE, compensation, rule, event reason derivation rule, rule trace

 
, KBA , LOD-SF-EC-CMP-UI , History or MSS UI , Known Error

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