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Watch and learn from Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR, about writing quota rules for declining balances. Using her SAPexperts article as her basis, Jennifer provides you with more information on when and how this functionality can be used and answers your general quota questions as well.

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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR April 4, 2012
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Are you having trouble figuring out how to integrate the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) Workbench and the processes required with your payroll processing — for example, are you getting hard errors in the payroll processing or preventive errors from the Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS) when attempting to enter absences for employees on unpaid leave of absences? Learn how to complete the integration process and correct these kinds of errors.

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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR May 26, 2011
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Do you have employees who are in the same group, category, or union who should receive different entitlements due to being grandfathered into a previous program? SAP ERP HCM provides several different methods for handling grandfathered plans. I explain three of the options for handling the generation of quota entitlements for these employees using example scenarios.


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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR May 26, 2011
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Here is a quick and easy way for determining whether master data should be in a grandfathered plan.

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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR March 1, 2011
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The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Workbench assists employers in administering the complex guidelines for determining eligibility and absence management. Understand the components that make up the FMLA Workbench and how each section of the workbench functions.


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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR November 3, 2010
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Many organizations allow their HR department to provide additional leave entitlement for potential new hires as part of a negotiated employment contract. In most cases, the additional leave entitlement is reduced as the employee’s seniority increases and, once the combined level is reached, is dropped altogether. This may also occur during an acquisition if the company acquired has more generous entitlement plans than the acquiring company. The employees are not “grandfathered” into their old plans, but are allowed to keep the additional leave entitlement. Once their seniority increases and reaches the level that entitles them to the current entitlement value in the acquiring company’s existing plan, they then revert to the acquiring company’s standard leave plans and seniority levels. You can manage this process within standard configuration and rules in the Time Evaluation schema and prevent the manual calculations and adjustment to the quota balances that you would otherwise have to complete annually.

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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR July 15, 2010
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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.