Small Pool Exception Rule (SPER) Simulation Follow

    Topics Covered
  • Introduction
  • SPER Simulation
  • Step 2: Transfer or End Supervision
  • Step 3: Remove any Organizational Roles
  • Step 4: Transfer or Archive USDH
    Target Users
  • Reward Calculation Mission Admins


To assist Reward Calculation Mission Admins in the small pool exception rule (SPER) calculation process, a SPER simulation feature is available in RCA. This feature allows the admin to select an employee in a small pool and run calculations as if the employee were in a large pool, without effecting the large pools calculation results. The feature is available after calculations have been run for the Mission and should be utilized before the calculations are locked for approval.

SPER Simulation

1. Once the first four steps of the RCA calculation process are completed (CGFS import, EPR Data import, Verify and Correct imported Data, and Calculate), select SPER simulation from the MBC RCA menu.


2. On the SPER Simulation screen, select the employee for whom you would like to view reward calculations in a larger pool. Then, select the large pool to which they will be temporarily added. The calculations are automatically run with the new temporary pool. You may review the SPER results below and expand to view calculation details. Running the SPER Simulation will not effect the rewards of any other employee in the large pool. 


The process to notify the pool supervisor of the adjusted value and the approval of any adjusted value remains outside of the application. Once an adjusted value is approved, it can be added on the Calculations page. 

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