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We have been looking at the AFFORD report in preparation for a presentation.  We have found a problem. 

If a district enters a termination date on the bioscn when a person leaves, usually through the MASSTOP program, and that person comes back as a sub, the system will let them pay the person without removing the termination date.  But, when they run the AFFORD report and say Yes to Exclude based on termination date? , the person will not appear on the AFFORD report. 

We ran the AFFORD report on a number of districts, once saying Y to Exclude based on termination date? and once saying N.  When comparing the total number of employees on the report, the totals were different.  We compared the reports and found that the people that were missing had termination dates on their bioscn. 

One of our larger districts had a difference of 54 people.  One of the people that was missing from the report that excluded people with termination dates, had over the 30 hours and should have been offered health insurance.

At this point, we are going to recommend that our districts say N to this question.  

For some of our larger districts, the AFFORD report can get very long.  Would it be possible to add a summary report?  If they have someone over the 30 hours, they could rerun the report just for that person.



Edited Apr 29, 2015 02:53 PM
asked February 20, 2015 02:58 PM

We have another question. If a person has a mid-year contract change with a retro, either positive or negative hours, how is that handled by the afford report? Is this something that the district is going to have to adjust using attend screen AD RH entries in the correct months? Thanks, Melody
Mar 4, 2015 12:58 PM

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