Pay Code that pays a value based on WTE_Factor

Pay Code based on value factored by WTE

Payroll Code

a) Type – Automatic

b) Payment/Deduction – As Required

c) Controls – As Required

d) Default Value – Full Amount To Be Paid

e) Calculation Type – Default Value

f) Operator – As Required (Note: assumed multiply)

g) Value – Value Used To Affect Default By

h) Use WTE – Flag that WTE in Employment History to be used in place of an entered factor.

 

Working File

a) Enter Payroll Code created above

b) Leave Value as Zero.

 

Payroll Calculation

If Use WTE flag is set, the payroll code has its value calculated based on the Default ValueOperator and the WTE_Factor from the employment history.

For Example:
Default Value = £200.00, Operator = Multiply, Value = 1, Value Paid = £200.00.

If Use WTE flag is not set, the payroll code has its value calculated based on the Default ValueOperator and the Value from Payroll Code Maintenance.

For Example:
Default Value = £200.00, Operator = Multiply, Value = 1, Value Paid = £200.00.

 

Fixed Payments

If an entry is created here then the payroll code maintenance value is defaulted in and will be used in the calculation process. Any changes to the payroll code value will have no effect.

If the fixed payment is zero, then the payroll code value will be used each time the calculation is run.