Planned Compensation Infotype (1005)
This infotype uses the salary and pay scale structures to create planned compensation data at job and position level. The system uses the information stored to suggest default values for the Basic Pay infotype (0008).
When you maintain an employee’s basic pay record, you can use this infotype to suggest default values that are based on pay grade or pay scale data stored for the job or position occupied by the employee.
If the pay grade data is maintained, the system checks the amount entered in the basic pay record against the salary range specified for that pay grade.
Because compensation varies from country to country, you can create a number of planned compensation records for one job or position.
When you change an employee’s basic pay record, the system checks if there is a salary structure for the country grouping. If there is a salary structure, the system uses the information stored for the salary structure. If there is no salary structure, the system searches at job or position level.
In addition to this, you can use report RHSOLO00 Planned Labor Costs to calculate the planned labor costs for the organizational unit specified. This report uses the information stored in the Planned Compensation infotype (1005) as the basis for its calculations.
The Planned Compensation infotype (1005) is divided into three planned compensation types:
You can store information from the salary structure, such as the pay grade and pay grade level. You can enter the pay grade range, that is, the minimum and maximum amounts paid for that job or position. You can also store information on the internal worth of the job and position.
You can store information from the pay scale structure, such as the pay scale area, type, group, and level. You can also enter the minimum and maximum salary for the job and position.
You can enter the minimum and maximum amounts paid for a job and position. Use this planned compensation type if you do not have a salary or a pay scale structure.