Define wage type-dependent constants (next period)

This step describes how to set values for constant valuations that are used for certain wage types.

Standard Settings

The standard system contains sample entries with 01 as the modifier value which you can use as models for your own wage types.


1. Check whether there are wage types at your company for which a constant valuation is required.
2. Check whether a wage type is valuated differently depending on certain criteria.
Examples of such criteria include locations or employee subgroups.
3. Copy
standard personnel calculation rule XMOD and rename it ZMOD.
4. Set up this decision tree in personnel calculation rule ZMOD and set modifier 2 (MODIF 2) to different values.
5. Change the
personnel calculation rule accessed by schema XT00 from XMOD to ZMOD.
6. Enter the values for each wage type and modifier.


In the standard SAP system, modifier 2 is normally set at 01. If you do not need different values for the same wage type, you can omit steps three to five and enter all wage types under modifier value 01.

The Spanish version requires the described activities as well as the replacement of:

1. the international rule XMOD by the Spanish rule EMOD for the processing of those absences needed to calculate the Social Insurance rate for retroactive accounting months.
2. the international subscheme XT00 by the Spanish subscheme ET0D for the processing of retroactive accounting months.