Job Data – Salary Plans and Salary Grades

In today’s post we tackle the Salary Plan page of the Job Data component, this page is used to enter and maintain the Salary Administration Plan type , Salary Grade and other salary related details for the individual.

This page also contains the Employee Name and EmplID subpage at Level 0 and the Effective Date, Effective Sequence, Action and Action Reason for this record from the Work Location page at Level 1 in read only mode.

Salary Administration Plan
Displays the salary administration plan code. This field will default from the position number you associated with a person, and is available for entry regardless if you click the Override Position Data button.

If you are not using position management and you associate salary administration plans with locations or job codes, the value that is in this field comes from either the Location or Job Code table, based on setID matching. You can override the default.

Note. If you have salary administration plans associated with more that one of these tables, the system uses the default from the last table value entered. For example, first you enter a location that is associated with salary plan KU02 where this salary plan defaults to this page. Then, you enter a job code that is associated with salary plan KU03, and the system will update the salary plan to KU03.

If you change the location after hire (and a salary plan is defined in the Location table), then the system does not automatically display a default value for this salary plan. Instead, the system checks if the existing grade and step are still valid for this new salary plan. The existing grade and step must also be defined for the new salary plan. If the grade and step are defined for this new salary plan, then the system displays by default from the Location table the value for the new salary plan. If the grade and step are not defined for this new salary plan, then the system does not change to the salary plan from the Location table.

To use auto-calculated premium processing for this person, select a plan that has Auto Calculated Premium selected and an absorbing or nonabsorbing (or both) premium rate code assigned in the Salary Plan table. The system displays auto-calculated-premium-related fields on the Compensation page only if you select an auto-calculated premium plan here.

Note. If this worker has a labor agreement and job code with a wage progression salary plan, the system populates this field by default and makes it unavailable for entry.

Grade
If you associate a grade with the person’s position or job code, the system displays the default value from the appropriate table.

Note. If this worker has a labor agreement and job code with a wage progression salary plan, the system populates this field by default and makes it unavailable for entry.

Grade Entry Date
Displays the date on which the person first joined this grade. You can override this value.

Includes Wage Progression Rule
The system selects this check box if the salary plan includes wage progression.

Step
If you associate a step with the person’s position or job code, the system displays the default value from the appropriate table.

Step Entry Date
Displays the date on which the person first joined this step. You can override this value.

Note. The system verifies the combinations of salary administration plans and grades that you select.

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