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HR module - Specific right for contract -French "ancienneté"

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01 Juil 2020 08:04 #1 by ashofphoenix
Seems like "ancienneté" (in french) see in document

www.projeqtor.org/files/ProjeQtOr%20-%20...9glement%C3%A9es.pdf
round((year(now() ) - year(${EmploymentContract.startDate} ))/5)

is a bit wrong as it tells to round only "year" and "year on employement start" to calculate the specific additionnal acquired vacation day . A employee that has started AFTER the start of the period calculation should not have a full 5 / 10 / 15... years mandatory to obtain an additional day off.

I try to only remove year specification but seems not to work... What should be the exact formula to use to properly calculate this at the start of period ?

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01 Juil 2020 17:53 #2 by babynus
Where did you find this formula ?

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02 Juil 2020 07:39 - 02 Juil 2020 07:41 #3 by ashofphoenix
As said in the message.. in your documentation :P
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02 Juil 2020 09:24 #4 by babynus
Hi,

This is just an exemple.
You can define the way you want.
For instance following formula may give correct result :
- Rule = floor( ( now()-${EmploymentContract.startDate} ) / (365 * 5) )
Other option, possibly more easy to understand :
- Rule = 1
- Where = now()-employmentcontract.startDate > 365 * 5
that will add 1 day after 5 years
- Rule = 1
- Where = now()-employmentcontract.startDate > 365 * 10
that will add a second day after 10 yers... that is more accurate as second extra day may be aquired after 8 years.

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02 Juil 2020 10:57 - 02 Juil 2020 11:04 #5 by ashofphoenix
I tried both and none is working :oops:

I guess now()-${EmploymentContract.startDate} are not in the same format ?

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02 Juil 2020 13:58 #6 by ashofphoenix
Two possibilities

floor (DATEDIFF(CURDATE(),${Employee.startDate}) / ( 365 * 5 ) ) > tbh it doesn't take into account leap year.

floor((YEAR(NOW()) - YEAR(${Employee.startDate}) - IF( DAYOFYEAR(NOW()) < DAYOFYEAR(${Employee.startDate}) , 1, 0)) / 5)

This should work with leap year

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