**Union Due **

**Use**

Data for Union due is maintained in
Infotype 0388 *Union Due Deduction JP* and in view *HR Union
Due Calculation Master JP (V_T5J05)*.

Basically, there are three patterns for defining union fees, as follows:

- Labor agreement defined deduction formulas

The formula to calculate the union due is defined by the labor
agreement. Normally, the amount to be deducted is determined by
applying a given rate to the base amount for calculation and adding
a fixed amount to the result, as represented in the following
formula: *Union due deduction = base amount * rate + fixed
amount*

- Labor agreement defined fixed amount

The amount to be deducted is fixed by the labor agreement.

*Monthly order by union*

The union itself calculates the amount due for each member and sends it in the form of a list to each relevant company. The companies in turn simply deduct the amounts specified in the list directly, without further calculation. The amount usually varies for each payroll period.

For any given payroll period, only the latest valid record in
Infotype 0388 *Union Due Deduction JP* is taken in
account.

**Features**

Special care has to be taken for
those employees who have changed their membership unions during a
given payroll period, and must have deduction relative to both
unions. In such cases, only deduction of the new union due is
automatically effected. Deduction relative to the former union must
be defined separately in Infotype 0014 *Recurring Payments and
Deductions* or in Infotype 0015 *Additional
Payments*.

Like life insurance or property accumulation savings deduction, union due deduction is not automatically transferred to the relevant union’s bank account. You need to transfer it manually.

You can use report *Union due statement* (RPCUNIJ0) to
display the amount of union due per union.

**See
also:**

Maintaining an Employee’s Union Due Deduction