SuccessFactors Time Off Accruals: Calculation based on dependents age

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Hello everyone,

I am writing this blog to cover a specific scenario – accrual calculation based on the dependent date of birth. In this requirement, the customer would like to allow the employees to take up to 2 days (16 hours) per year for each dependent under 12 years old. An example could be an employee with 3 children and only 2 are below or equal to 12 years, the accrual should be 16 hours * 2 children = 32 hours per year.

This scenario was already covered by Neelesh Kamath – so please go here to see options 1 and 2.

In this blog I am covering another option to meet the same requirement – that’s why I am passionate about SuccessFactors – you can assess the pros and cons and decide what option suits you better.

So here it goes:

Option 3 – Create a business rule (scenario accrual) and add it to the time account type

Procedure

In this option, you need to create the following:

Time type – to allow the employees to request this type of absence.Time account type (recurring) – to create the balance associated with the above time type.Accrual Rule – to calculate the number of dependents with age equal or

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