Accrual Groups Configuration
|This topic is for advanced users|
The accrual group serves as the connection between an employee and a set of accrual entitlements, for both date-based and annual accruals.
Threshold Hours - Accrual Group will only allow earnings if both, the employee worked at a minimum this amount of hours in the period, and their work pattern is at a minimum this amount.
Use Employee Shift Count as Full Time Shift Count - this allows part-time employees to earn at a higher rate than full-time employees so they both end up with the same amount of accrued days for the year. (Only used if earning days instead of fractions).
Accrue Up To Full-Time Shift Count Level - this will allow the employee to accrue more than their personal shift count if they worked more hours. As an example, if their personal shift count is 30 hours a week but they worked one week 40 hours, they will accrue on 40 hours. (It removes the cap that is normally set at personal shift count X daily hours). The Full-Time Shift Count Level is set on each Accrual Period Group.
Accrue On All Hours - this will allow the employee to accrue more than the full-time shift count if they worked more hours. As an example, if the full-time shift count is 40 hours a week but they worked one week 50 hours, they will accrue on 50 hours. (It removes the cap that is normally set at full-time shift count X daily hours).
Calculate Full Accrual Earning - this will allow the employee to accrue their full-time shift count if they worked less or even if they didn't actually work at all. This is similar to a date-based entitlement in that it gives a flat amount that does not depend on actual worked hours. It's given each period and is calculated as if the employee actually worked the whole shift count X daily hours.