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What employees receive when they are given their entitlement depends on the existing pro-rata they have accrued for their leave type. If there is more in pro-rata than the entitlement due, the excess remains in pro- rata. If there is less in pro-rata than the entitlement due, the accrual moves into the Entitlement Owing field and the Pro-rata Owing field returns to zero. 

The following table outlines the situation for an employee with an entitlement of 20 days leave after one year.
 

Existing Pro-rata

Entitlement Received

Accrual left in Pro-rata

20.0000

20.0000

0.0000

25.0000

20.0000

5.0000

3.0000

3.0000

0.0000

19.5083

19.5083

0.0000

 

Note: You can set a maximum entitlement on a leave table. Once an employee's entitlement for the leave type reaches the maximum, Attaché Payroll gives no further entitlement, sets pro-rata to zero and does not accumulate pro-rata until the employee takes some leave.


REF: A000795

 

 

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