In this step you set the values for constant valuations;
constant valuations are wage type dependent.
The standard SAP System provides sample entries with a modifier
value of 01 which you can use as a model for your
own wage types.
1. Clarify whether there are wage
types in your company which are valuated as constants.
2. Check whether a wage type is
valuated differently, according to certain criteria.
Such criteria could be location or
employee subgroup, for example.
3. Copy the standard personnel
calculation rule XMOD to ZMOD.
4. Set up this decision tree in
personnel calculation rule ZMOD, setting modifier 2 (MODIF 2) to a
5. Change the name of the personnel
calculation rule in schema NT00
from XMOD to ZMOD.
6. Enter the values for each wage
type and modifier.
Modifier 2 is generally set to the value 01 in
the standard SAP System. If you do not require different values for
the same wage type, you can ignore points three to five and enter
all wage types under the modifier value 01.