Define pay scale-dependent constants

In this step you set up collective agreement-dependent constant valuation bases.

Example

An entry in the 'Pay scale groups' table should be as follows:

PSType PSArea Grpg PSGrp Lv WType Amount
01 01 01 XY 9000 20.00

This means that wage type 9000 has an amount of 20.00 in the specified currency for the specified pay scale type, pay scale area and employee subgroup grouping for collective agreement provisions, regardless of the pay scale level.

In a second example, the 'Pay scale groups' table contains the following values for the following fields:

PSType PSArea Grpg PSGrp Lv WType Amount
01 01 01 XY 1 9000 20.00
01 01 01 XY 2 9000 30.00
01 01 01 XY 3 9000 40.00

These entries mean that wage type 9000 is valuated with a different amount in the specified currency depending on the pay scale level where the pay scale type, pay scale area and employee subgroup grouping for collective agreement provisions are the same.

Standard settings

The standard R/3 system contains sample entries which you can use as a template when making your own entries.

Activities

1. Check whether you want wage types to be valuated constantly according to pay scale levels.
2. Define the value per wage type and pay scale level.

Please note that it is possible to carry out valuation with a collective agreement-dependent constant both taking the pay scale level into account and disregarding it.

Further notes

Note the various employee subgroup groupings for collective agreement provisions which you set when defining your employee subgroups.