Dynamics SL 2015: Payroll Benefits Hotfix Alert

Posted by Kami Armes on December 27, 2016


ALL Dynamics SL 2015 CU1 Payroll users please be aware that there are two bugs that can cause benefits not to roll over to the next year correctly.

Scenario 1:

  • In Benefit Maintenance (02.340.00) you set up a benefit with a Year Type of Plan Year.
  • You attach the benefit to an employee.
  • In Payroll Calculation (02.500.00) you enter a pay period Begin Date and End date that includes 01/01/yyyy.

When you print the check, you notice that the benefit year closes for this employee. However, the Last Close Date is blank. This creates problem as the benefit year will close again on the next paycheck and the employee’s accrued benefit hours will be lost.

Scenario 2:

  • In Benefit Maintenance (02.340.00) you set up a benefit with a Year Type of Employee Anniversary
  • You attach the benefit to an employee.
  • In Payroll Calculation (02.500.00) you enter a pay period Begin Date and End Date that includes the employee anniversary date.

When you print the check, you notice that the benefit year closes for this employee. However, the Last Close Date is blank. This creates problem as the benefit year will close again on the next paycheck and the employee’s accrued benefit hours will be lost.

 

Please note: It is only necessary to download one of the hotfixes below as Microsoft has combined the hotfixes into one.  If you have questions or need assistance, please reach out to Crestwood Support.

Bug in SL 2015 CU1 with payroll benefits being zeroed out then they roll over to the next year

  • Benefit set up on Plan Year and benefit year closes, last close date is blank which causes benefits to zero out after next check run
  • Last close date deleted when benefit year is closed and benefit is based on employee anniversary

If you are still having trouble, send us an email at Support@Crestwood.com and our team of Dynamics SL experts can help you out.


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