Override pay agreement (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 7, 2010

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Human resources > Common > Time and attendance > Approve. Select a date and an approval group, and click OK. In the Approve form, click the Override button and select Override pay agreement.

Use this form to override the pay agreement that is selected for a worker. The override only applies to the selected worker on the selected date.

A pay agreement is a set of rules that determines how pay transactions for each worker should be generated. The pay agreement is set up for each day of the week.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Overview tab

Maintain the lines from the pay agreement.

General tab

View or modify details about the selected pay agreement line.

Button

Description

Retrieve pay agreement

Retrieve the current pay agreement to override.

Delete override

Cancel an existing override.

Field

Description

Start date

The profile date that the registration is linked to.

Pay agreement

The pay agreement that the registration is linked to.

Worker

The identification of the worker.

Minutes

The number of minutes to be deducted from pay if a worker is late.

Pay type

The pay type paid to a worker if the conditions are met.

Profile type

The work time profile that is used to calculate a worker’s registrations.

Description

A description of the pay type.

24-hour period start

Select which date will be used as the starting time of the pay calculation on the pay agreement line.

  • Select Previous day if the starting time selected in the From time field is on the previous day

  • Select This day if the starting time selected in the From time field is on the current day.

  • Select Next day if the starting time selected in the From time field is on the next day.

From time

Insert a starting time for when the selected pay type is paid.

NoteNote

For example, this is relevant for night shift bonuses.

To time

Insert an ending time for when the selected pay type is paid.

Minimum

Insert a minimum value for the wage type before the selected pay type is paid.

NoteNote

For example, a specific overtime bonus may not be paid unless a worker has already worked two hours of overtime.

Maximum

Insert a maximum for the wage type for the selected pay type to be paid.

When the maximum is reached, this pay type will no longer be paid.

Start day

The weekday for the starting time.

End day

The weekday for the ending time.

Factor

Enter a factor with which to multiply the pay quantity.

NoteNote

Zero means that the pay quantity is not multiplied by a pay factor.

Minimum (in the Seniority section)

For seniority bonuses, enter minimum seniority for receiving the bonus.

Maximum (in the Seniority section)

For seniority bonuses, enter maximum seniority for receiving the bonus.

Day/Mth

Specify whether the seniority minimum is stated in months or days.

Day/Mth

Specify whether the seniority maximum is stated in months or days.

Rounding form

Select the type of rounding off to be applied to the registrations used as the basis for calculating pay.

Round-off

The round-off factor, stated in centihours. A centihour is equal to one hour divided by 100.

For example, if the Rounding form field is set to Up, and this field is set to 00.25, the actual time is rounded up to the nearest quarter of an hour.

Round before factor

Select this check box to round off before multiplying by the number inserted in the Factor field.

Count unit

Apply a count unit to this pay agreement line.

See also About pay adjustments and count units.

Minimum

The minimum amount of time to be applied before the selected pay type is paid on the count unit.

Maximum

When this level is reached on the count unit, the selected pay type is no longer paid.

Period code

The identification of the pay period that the count unit is applied to.

Switch code

Select a switch code to delimit this pay agreement line or to switch the pay type.

NoteNote

If a pay type is selected in the Secondary pay type field, that pay type is paid when the switch code is registered on the day. Otherwise the switch code works as a simple delimiter.

Secondary pay type

This pay type replaces the pay type on the pay agreement line if the switch code in the Switch code field has been registered on the day.

Secondary factor

The factor used to multiply the pay quantity if the Secondary pay type has been triggered.

Operation

Select an operation if this pay type is paid to workers only when a specific production operation is run.

Project ID

Select a project if this pay type is paid only to workers who are working on a specific project.

Project activity

Select a project activity if this pay type is paid to workers only for a specific project activity.

Absence code

Select an absence code if this pay type is paid only for a specific type of absence.

On call activity

Select the on-call activity that is associated with paying a specific on-call bonus.

See also About indirect activities for time and attendance.

Profile

Select a profile if the pay agreement line is active only when a specific work time profile is applied to the worker on the day.

Skill

Select a skill that applies to a special bonus.

Level

If you select a skill, select the level of skill that this bonus requires.

Certificate type

Select a certificate if a certificate is required for the pay agreement line.

Special day

Select a special day if this is a bonus paid only on a specific day.

No paid time required

Select this check box if the quantity specified in the Constant field is paid, even if no work or pay time has been registered during calculation.

NoteNote

This could be a special holiday bonus.

Constant

Enter the quantity of the specified pay type to be paid when no pay time is registered for the worker.

Use fixed quantity

Select to use the quantity in the Constant box, even though pay time has been registered.

Invert sign

Select this check box to reverse the sign of the pay transaction. Negative quantities become positive, and positive quantities become negative.

NoteNote

This could be necessary when transferring negative flexible hours for a specific pay type to an external payroll system.

Cancel payment

If you select this check box, the worker is not paid, but the time registered is included in the calculation of the cost.

NoteNote

If cost categories are used for calculating cost, this field should never be selected.

Hourly rate / piecework rate

Select whether this pay type is paid as an hourly rate, as a piecework rate, or both.


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