Accruals in Human Resources and the Effect of Voiding Checks in Payroll

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I accrue vacation time, sick time, etc. in Human Resources. If I need to void a check in Payroll, will the check void roll changes to accruals in Human Resources, or will I need to make adjusting entries in HR so accrual information will be accurate?

Answer

Because the normal information flow is from Human Resources to Payroll, voiding a check in Payroll will not update accrual information in Human Resources. You will need to make a negative 'hours available adjustment' in the Attendance Transaction Entry window, for each type of accrual affected. This will correct the accrual balances in Human Resources.



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