Labor Distribution Adjustments is a system within Oracle Financials that allows authorized users to distribute payroll earnings, which are paid by the PeopleSoft Payroll system, to the appropriate charge accounts (PTAs). For more information, refer to Labor Schedules and Pay Allocations and Labor Distribution Adjustments (LDAs).

The Labor Distribution Adjustments system is specifically designed to allow users to create and manage Labor Distribution Adjustments (LDAs).

  • LDAs are used when payroll earnings post to an incorrect PTA or to an Organization Suspense Account. A correcting entry is made to move the payroll charges to an appropriate PTA. 
  • LDAs require approval based on the PTA charged. Approvers must have Labor Distribution approval authority granted in the Authority Manager application over the Task Owning Org of the PTA being charged.

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You must satisfy four requirements before getting access to originate LDA transactions using the Labor Distribution Adjustments system.

Step Access for Labor Distribution Adjusters
1

Receive "SU LD Distribution Adjuster" self-service privilege in the Authority Manager application.

Note: Granted by department financial administrators

2 Complete the online Financial Stewardship Expectations agreement in STARS (FIN-PROG-0020).
3

Complete the online Labor Distribution Adjustments (FIN-0520) course in STARS.

 

Online training is available for new users in STARS. Click on the course link below to review course objectives and access an express link to enroll in STARS

FIN-0520: Labor Distribution Adjustments (Required for staff that will be correcting (adjusting) salary transactions)

Labor Distribution Adjustments Task Demonstrations include: Create an Individual Labor Distribution Adjustment, Mass Update Labor Distribution Adjustments, and Bulk Upload Labor Distribution Adjustments
 

For information to help monitor the distribution of employees' earnings, use:

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