AM - Results by Calendar

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

This document provides an explanation of the Results by Calendar pages. The Results by Calendar page displays only the absence data for the calendar you selected. What happened to the pay period – either in the period or after as a Retro.

PROCESS CONSIDERATIONS:
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PROCEDURE STEPS:
Calendar Results Legend


NOTE: To select the hyperlinks and tabs on the Results by Calendar page, click the Calendar Results tab to bring you back to the main page.
Calendar By Results Info Page



Accessing the Results by Calendar Page

NAVIGATION: Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Review Absence/Payroll Info > Results by Calendar

  • You can search by Empl ID and/or the Employee's Name.
Calendar By Results Search

  • Select the Calendar Group ID hyperlink to view the absence results for that pay period. For example, if an employee has a question related to the 5A pay period processing, select the HPR 201605A Calendar Group ID.

Calendar Results Search Results 2



Calendar  Results

  • Calendar Results will display absence data related to the pay period you selected.
    • In the example below, transactions occurred impacting 5A during the 5B payroll processing
Calendar Results Tab


Accumulators

The Accumulators tab can be used to view employee:

  • Absence accumulator / entitlement balances.
  • Fiscal year or calendar year view of balances.
  • Year-to-date absence data.

For example, in the screen shot above, the accumulators will display a page for each period processed for the selected Calendar Group ID.

  • Click the View All hyperlink to view all accumulators.
    • There are many accumulators that you can ignore. Look for the elements you are familiar with or find common on Review Absence page.
  • In the example below, the employee was allocated 120 Vacation hours.
    • The employee had 6.5 hours of Vacation used and has 118.5 hours available for future Vacations.

Calendar Results Accumulators Tab


Supporting  Elements

Displays results for each Supporting Element that was used to calculate Entitlement and Takes for the one month/pay period.

  • When you see the Element Type - Auto Assigned Components is generally the Takes that occurred. It could be system assigned, such as Vacation..
  • When you see the Element Type - Absence Entitlement is what was earned.
    • In the example below, the employee earned and 4.59 hours of Vacation.

Calendar Supporting Elements Tab


Absence Data

View absence takes processed for that pay period.

  • The Absence data will display both the paid and unpaid absences.
    • For example, if an employee took Personal Holiday but there was not enough hours available, it would be displayed on the Absence Data page.
  Absence Data Link

  • In the example below, the employee took 8 hours of Personal Holiday time and has 28 Personal Holiday hours left to use.

Absence Data Results


Positive  Input

The Positive Input tab displays balance adjustments.

  • It displays balance adjustments made by the Service Center for this calendar period.

Positive Input Balance Link

  • In the example below, a manual balance adjustment occurred to the Vacation balance.

Positive Input Balance Results



Generated  Positive Input

The Generated Positive Input tab is useful when you have an employee who will be terminating and wants to assist the employee by computing their last Pay Out amounts.

Positive Input Balance Link

Generated Input Balance Results


  • Click the Other Data hyperlink to view payouts.
  • This is where you can go to view an employee's hours/amounts for payouts when they are terminating the UW.
    • In the example below, the employee's Vacation payout was for 11.49 hours with a total of $64.00

Generated Positive Input Balance Results - Details



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Keywords:Pay Period earnings Earnings per Year ALRA Counter IE end date Paid hours for period   Doc ID:19169
Owner:Sandy R.Group:Human Resource System (HRS)
Created:2011-07-18 18:00 CSTUpdated:2017-02-22 08:33 CST
Sites:Human Resource System (HRS)
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