1. Click Awards & Agreements > Edit Awards & Agreements or
    Click Award & Agreements from the Side Bar.
  2. Select the Award or Agreement to edit (click once to highlight).
  3. Click Edit.
  4. Click Accruals.
  5. Click Long Service Leave.
  6. Complete both Years and = Weeks with the correct number of years and weeks for Long Service Leave.eg. 10 years continuous service for full entitlement of 8.667 weeks.
  7. Ensure the Accrual Method is set as required – The Accrual Method defines how the leave entitlements accumulate.
    1. on Anniversary of ‘Accruals Commencement’ (Lump Sum): The Yearly Entitlement will be automatically applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the Accruals Commencement date has been included in the date range of a pay run.
    2. on Anniversary of ‘Date Hired’ (Lump Sum): The Yearly Entitlement will be automatically applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the Date Hired has been included in the date range of a pay run.
    3. on Anniversary of ‘Specific Date’ (Lump Sum): The Yearly Entitlement will be automatically applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the Specific Date that is outlined in this window has been included in the date range of a pay run.
    4. Per Hour (Pro Rata): The Hourly Entitlement will be automatically multiplied by the number of hours entered during a pay run, and the total balance accumulated will be applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the pay run is posted.
    5. Per Hour (Pro Rata) After X Hours: Once the Hours has been exceeded, the Hourly Entitlement will be automatically multiplied by the number of hours entered during a pay run, and the total balance accumulated will be applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the pay run is posted.
    6. Per Pay Period (Lump Sum): The Weekly, Fortnightly or Monthly Entitlement will be automatically applied to the Employees Accrual Balances once the pay run is posted.
    7. Percentage of Hours worked: Accruals will accumulate based on the rule outlined in this window and the combination of pay rates used.
  8. Click Save then Exit.
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Last modified: Jul 10, 2020

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