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Process for Associating Plan Elements with the Plan
The following section describes the process a compensation administrator might follow to associate plan elements with the compensation plan. Your company may follow a different process according to its business requirements.
The compensation administrator performs the following tasks to associate elements, such as participants, groups, caps and so on, with the compensation plan.
- Associates participants with the plan. The administrator assigns individuals and groups of participants to the compensation plan. For more information, see Associating a Participant with a Compensation Plan, and Associating a Group of Participants with a Plan.
- Flags compensable participants. The administrator designates compensable plan participants. For more information, see Designating the Plan Participant as Compensable.
- Associates a cap with a plan. The administrator creates the plan cap by associating one or more caps to a plan. For more information, see Associating a Cap with a Plan.
- Associates a quota with a plan. The administrator associates a quota to a plan, and specifies a target amount. For more information, see Associating a Quota with a Plan.
- Associates a hurdle with a plan. The administrator associates a hurdle with a plan, creating a plan hurdle. For more information, see Associating a Hurdle with a Plan.
- Associates rules with a plan. The administrator associates one or more rules to a plan, and if necessary, specifies the default rule. For more information, see Associating Rules with Plans.
- Performs other plan rule tasks. The administrator performs other plan rule tasks as needed. These tasks include linking plan rules, associating caps and plan hurdles with a plan rule, and so on. For more information, see Performing Other Plan Rule Tasks.