Employee fixed compensation (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 6, 2011

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 > Workers > Workers. On the Action Pane, click Compensation tab > Fixed plan.

Use this form to maintain the base pay of an employee.

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

Filter

Description

Expired

Select this check box to filter the grid by fixed compensation plans that are expired.

Active

Select this check box to filter the grid by fixed compensation plans that are active.

Future

Select this check box to filter the grid by fixed compensation plans that are to be activated in the future.

Button

Description

Change compensation

Modify information on the employee’s compensation plan.

Field

Description

Cumulative pay rate

A total of all pay rates for all of the employee’s records as of the effective date.

Action

The fixed compensation action name. For more information, see Fixed compensation actions (form)

Plan

The fixed compensation plan name.

Line number

The line number that indicates the order that an action is listed in a compensation process event. This field is read-only.

Position

The position ID of the employee.

Effective date

and

Expiration date

When you hire a new employee or promote an employee, the Effective date and Expiration date fields use the effective and expiration dates from the employee’s primary position. However, to enter a merit increase, you must manually enter effective dates.

Status

The status of the selected fixed compensation action.

Type

Indicates if the fixed compensation plan that is associated with the fixed compensation action is of the type Band, Step, or Grade.

Process type

The process event type associated with the fixed compensation action.

Pay rate

The fixed pay amount that the employee receives for the specified pay frequency.

Pay frequency

The pay frequency for the compensation plan.

Currency

The currency in which the base pay or salary is paid.

Pay group

The pay group or pay company that pays the base pay or salary.

Annual equivalent

The pay rate expressed as an annual amount.

Monthly equivalent

The pay rate expressed as a monthly amount.

Hourly equivalent

The pay rate expressed as an hourly amount.

Increase amount

The amount of the fixed pay rate increase.

Increase percent

The percentage increase over the last fixed pay rate. For example, if the employee is currently earning $75,000 and receives a $2,000 increase, 2.67 is displayed.

Adjusted pay rate

The pay rate after it is adjusted according to the exchange rate at the time that the record was effective.

Adjusted increase

The increase amount after it is adjusted according to the exchange rate of the specified currency at the time that the record was effective.

Currency adjusted increase percentage

The percentage of the adjusted pay rate increase.

Currency

The currency used for the fixed compensation plan.

Exchange rate

The exchange rate at the time that the record was effective.

Compa-ratio

The fixed pay rate divided by the control point. This information is only used for graded compensation plans.

Range utilization

The percentage that compares the employee's current wage level to the levels set up in the compensation plan. This information is only used for graded compensation plans.

The range utilization is calculated as follows:

((Current pay rate - minimum range in level for the plan) / (Maximum range in level for the plan - minimum range in level for the plan))*100

Minimum

The minimum amount in the pay range.

Control point

The control point in the pay range.

Maximum

The maximum amount in the pay range.

Default financial dimensions

The default financial dimensions for the main account. When you select a financial dimension value, the Where the %1 dimension is used field group displays where the dimension is used in account structures and advanced rule structures.

Where the %1 dimension is used

The account structures and advanced rule structures that use the financial dimensions that you selected in the Financial dimensions or Default financial dimensions field group.

NoteNote

The name of the field depends on the selection in the Financial dimensions or Default financial dimensions field group.


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