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Add a correction period to a salary processing plan

A correction period is a separate processing period in the salary processing plan. You can use a correction period to process the RAE entries, perform the processing for employees paid per hour that has been delayed because the hours were only known at a later time, or pay out a holiday allowance.

Note:

You cannot add a correction period for a period that is before the most recently approved period. If you want to process corrections, for example for period 1, and the most recent approved period is period 5, you create a correction period for period 5. In this correction period you process the corrections for period 1.

To add a correction period:

  1. Go to: HR / Organisation / Employer.

    You can also use the HR / Payroll / Salary processing cockpit action via New to add a correction period.

  2. Open the employer’s properties.
  3. Go to the tab: Salary processing plan.
  4. Click on: New.

  5. Select the Create correction period check box.
  6. Click on: Next.
  7. Select the period line.
  8. Click on: Next.
  9. The Period table, Year and Period fields cannot be changed and have the same values as in the main period.
  10. The fields under Kind of processing and Payment file by default are filled with the values from the previous period line within the same period. This can be the main period, but it can also be a correction period or another processing code.
  11. You can complete the remaining fields in the same way as you would do when creating a separate period line.

See also

Directly to

  1. Retroactive effect (RAE)
  2. Print settings for RAE slips
  3. Automatic RAE
  4. Manually initiate changes with RAE
  5. Add a correction period
  6. Process a correction period
  7. View RAE entries
  8. Approve a correction period
  9. Payment file for a correction period
  10. RAE pay slips for differences and replacement pay slips
  11. RAE entries in a journal entry analysis
  12. RAE entries in a cost analysis
  13. Wage declaration and RAE
  14. RAE entries across years

Process

Retroactive effect (RAE)