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Off-Cycle payment for inactive employee

Hi Experts, I want to make off-cycle payment for inactive employee. I have Un-locked employee in infotype 0003. I have made an entry in IT0267 for the wage type, But the when I am running the payroll the system is not executing payroll for inactive employee. Please advise. Regards, IFF

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 05:07 AM

    Hi,

    Even though employee is un locked, in IT0003, employment status is inactive, so, system is not allowing to run payroll.

    Use 'Run payroll up to' or 'Do not account after' field and give a date. So, payroll can run till that date. So, you can run the off cycle payroll. Try it and let us know.

    Thanks

    Madhav

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 06:09 AM

    Hi,

    • Unlock the employees..

    • Change employment status as "Active"

    E.g.

    Suppose employee has left on June & you want to run annual bonus on "Dec" month.... for inactive employee...

    1. Enter LWP for 5 to 6 months & Uncheck"PF", "LWF", PTAX" "ESI" or delimit from June..

    (This will not make any impact on Statutory Compliance)..

    • Run Offcycle for those employees... (This will ensure smooth process)

    • Generate the report (Wage type report) & do the posting
    • Finally change employment status as "Inactive" & "Lock those employees"....


    Regards,

    Veeram

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 06:57 AM

    has your query got solved!!!

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