Positive Schema TM00

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Positive and Negative Time Schema TM04:
Quota Schema TQTA:
Time Custom Schema (TM04):
Time Subschema HRR ate Regu!i"ation:
What is time type
Time Type
Time types assign a meaning to time intervals. The balances formed in time evaluation are
updated in the time types.When the system is customized, the following specifications are made
for each time type:
1. Is the time type transferred to the daily and monthly totals?
. !hould the time type be transferred from the previous month"year?
#. !hould the time type be transferred to $luster %1 for entry data?
&. !hould the time type be included in the balance display?
The meaning of time types is ta'en from time evaluation(s personnel calculation
rules. The !)* standard system has the following time types:
Time types for balance formation using time data with clock times
– 0003 - Skeleton time, as total of:
+ ,11, - )ttendance during fill time
+ ,, - )ttendance during core time
+ ,1, - .ecorded absence during fill time
+ ,, - .ecorded absence during core time
+ ,1#, - /ff-site wor' during fill time
+ ,#, - /ff-site wor' during core time
+ ,&11 - /vertime hours in e0cess of 1uota
+ ,2&, + *aid brea' times
– 0005 – le!time balance, deri"ed from
+ ,,,# - !'eleton time, reduced by
+ ,,, - *lanned wor'ing time
– 00#0 – $ttendance, as total of
+ ,11, - )ttendance during fill time
+ ,1, - )ttendance during core time
– 00%0 – &ecorded absence, as total of
+ ,1, - .ecorded absence during fill time
+ ,, - .ecorded absence during core time
– 0030 - 'ff-site work (recorded attendance from infotype
%00%) as total of
+ ,1#, - /ff-site wor' during fill time
+ ,#, - /ff-site wor' during core time
– 00*0 - '"ertime worked, as total of
+ ,,&1 - /vertime to compensate with time off
+ ,,& - /vertime to compensate
+ ,,&# - /vertime to compensate with time off plus overtime
bonus
– 0050 – +roducti"e hours, as total of
+ ,,1, - )ttendance
+ ,,#, - /ff-site wor' 3recorded attendances from infotype ,,4
+ ,,&, + /vertime wor'ed
Time types for balance formation when only a number of hours is recorded
+ 000% – +lanned working time according to daily work
schedule
– 0003 - Skeleton time (times which count towards the
planned time) as total of
+ ,,1, - )ttendances 3pair type 14
+ ,,, - .ecorded absence from infotype ,,1
+ ,,#, - .ecorded attendances from infotype ,,
+ ,&11 - /vertime hours in e0cess of 1uota
+ ,2&, + *aid brea' times
+ 0005 – le!time balance, deri"ed from
+ ,,,# - !'eleton time, reduced by
+ ,,, - *lanned wor'ing time
+ 00#0 - $ttendances, as total of time types
+ 1100 + )ttendance with processing type"time type 00
+ 00%0 - 'ff-site work (recorded attendance from infotype
%00#) as total of
+ 100 - )bsences with processing class"time type class 00
– 0030 - &ecorded attendances from infotype %00%, as total
of:+ 1#00 - .ecorded attendances with processing type"time
type class 00
– 00*0 - '"ertime worked, as total of+ ,,&1 + /vertime to
compensate 3with time off4
+ ,,& - /vertime to compensate
+ ,,&# - /vertime to compensate with time off plus overtime
bonus
– 0050 – +roducti"e hours, as total of+ ,,1, - )ttendances
3pair type 14
+ ,,#, - .ecorded attendances from infotype ,,
+ ,,&, + /vertime wor'ed


+ersonnel calculation rule T&30 pro"ides a model of the
processing re,uired-


• 5ou can store the daily time balances in the T6! table
3Day Balances4 on cluster %.
7ay balances can be the productive hours and overtime wor'ed
on one specific day, for e0ample.
• 5ou can transfer the day balances to another time
balance and store it in the !)87/ table on cluster %. In the
!)87/ table, time balances are accrued and deducted over the
time evaluation period. They are therefore referred to as period
balances.
60amples of period balances are the productive and overtime
hours totaled for the period or the fle0time balance.

9ow do we see the results stored in time types
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