This article reviews the Accrual Rules tab of the Labor Admin page. Here, users can view, create, and edit accrual rules.

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First, navigate to Smart Ops

In the left navigation menu, click 'Admin' under 'Labor' to open the Labor Admin Page.

On the Labor Admin page, click 'Accrual Rules' to open the Accrual Rules tab.



Users with the following permissions will be able to access the Accrual Rules tab:

  • Labor Rules
    • Accrual Rules
      • View Accrual Rules
      • Edit Accrual Rules

Accrual Rules Grid

SearchSearch the following columns for the entered text:
  • Accrual Balance Name
  • Earning Type
  • Policy Type
Table Views, Filter, Export, Refresh
Table Views - Save/edit table views

Filter - Filter column information

Columns - Rearrange columns

Export- Export the table to a .csv file

Refresh - Refresh

Learn more about working with Smart Grids here.

Accrual Balance NameName of the accrual rule that governs the accrual balance.
Earning TypeEarning type applied when accrued hours are used and earnings are added to the DSS.
Policy TypeAccrual policy type:
  • Unlimited - Accrued hours are unlimited
  • Fixed Date - Hours accrue on a fixed date each year
  • Accrued - Hours accrue based on the worked hours of the employee
Learn more about accrual policy types here.
Applied ToNumber of employees the accrual rule has been applied to.

Learn more about applying accrual rules to employees here.  
Effective Start DateDate current version of the policy will be effective. Employees will start accruing hours associated with the accrual rule on this date. 
Effective End DateDate current version of the policy will be deactivated.

Note: If the effective end date is today or in the future, the rule may have a future version configured. When a new version is created, the effective end date for the current version is automatically set to the effective start date of the new version. Learn more about accrual rule versioning and deactivating here.
Accrual RuleClick to open the Accrual Rule sidesheet for the accrual rule, where details can be viewed and new versions can be created.