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I'm trying to use the new Leave & Absence plan option 'Use Full Time Equivalency' but without success:
* I have a Plan set to annually accrue from the Start Date, (01/01/20)
* The plan accrues 10 hours from the Start Date and the new Full Time Equivalency is ticked
* I have an employee assigned to a Position with a Full Time Equivalent of 0.5, (Part Time)
* This employee has been employed for 6 months
* I enrolled this employee from 01/01/20 and ran the accrual
* The result shows an annual accrual of 5 hours, (which I was hoping for) but a balance of the full 10 hours:
Can anybody explain why I am getting a balance of 10, when I am expecting half this, i.e. 5 hours?
Thanks in advance...
I checked the results in Employee Details --> View Time Off --> Balance tab and they are correct.
I can't find the second screenshot you shared. Where did you open it?
Many thanks for replying. The second screenshot was taken from the People workspace on the Leave and Absence tab.
If I drill into the No. of Employees Enrolled from the Leave Plan, open the employee and go to View Time Off > Balance tab, I still see that the accrual rate is 5 but the balance is 10:
Am I misunderstanding the calculation?
After my many tests, I found that the results were always inconsistent.
Please raise a ticket to Microsoft for help.
Thank you so much for checking, QianQW. I thought that I wasn't understanding the functionality correctly.
I will raise a ticket.
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