How to Use Standard Configuration to Assign Fiscal Year Periods to Quota Banks

  • by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR
  • July 15, 2010
Does your organization require quota entitlement banks for an accrual period that is not a part of the standard SAP system settings? You don’t have to create custom ABAP enhancements or write custom personnel calculation rules. With a few simple configuration steps, you can create quota entitlement banks for time evaluation by establishing a fiscal year parameter that meets your organization’s needs.
Key Concept
Entitlement banks, also called leave entitlements, are the balances of time off an employee may take during a specified period. The time off may be paid or unpaid and falls into various categories such as vacation, sick leave, or personal time. Organizations may grant employees entitlement banks in whole or the employees may accrue a certain number of hours during a specific period of time, such as daily, weekly, or by pay period.

For most SAP ERP HCM implementations, you can use SAP standard base and accrual periods such as calendar year, payroll period, daily, and monthly, to establish entitlement banks for tracking employee leave balances. These standard time measures define how and when entitlement banks are generated and deductible. However, your organization may require the generation of a quota entitlement bank to be based on its fiscal calendar.

Jennifer Adams

Jennifer Adams has 15 years of SAP ERP HCM experience and currently works as a principal consultant with AspireHR, specializing in Time Management and US payroll. She will be a presenter at the HR 2011 conference to be held March 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. Her topic will be “A Comprehensive Guide to Configuring, Integrating, and Optimizing the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Workbench.” Jennifer also has experience with Compensation Management, Personnel Administration, and Benefits. Before that, she spent 12 years in systems analysis and design for mainframe environments, supporting multiple business streams.

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