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Employee movement from one MOLGA to another procedure

The user wants to move an Employee from one Country's Personnel Area to another and then do a basic pay update in the new Country's Personnel Area. Organizational Reassignment not permitted is the error that we get when trying to move the Employee from one PA to the other which are under different MOLGA's. Please note that the Global Employee Management is not activated. We have also checked feature IVWID and the employee's infotype view indicator in the Payroll Status infotype which are correct. Will Separating the Employee from one Country and Rehiring into the other solve this issue? Have seen this suggestion in couple of posts but no one has confirmed it.

Have anyone of you come across such a requirement? Please provide some guidance. Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 09:59 PM

    Just to be clear: you want to move one PERNR from one Molga to another?

    That's not possible by design. That's why SAP introduced the concept of the PersonalID to assign several Pernrs to one Person in the concurrent employment and global employee solutionss.

    So, if PersonalID is nit active, terminating and rehiring (with a change in Pernr) is the ONLY way to do it. You can still connect the two via reference pernr, but that's it.

    THe old design flaw, I'm afraid, only to be overcome (somewhat) with the global employee solution.

    Hope this helps, albeit not good news.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 02:04 PM

    Hi Vish,

    What kind of error you are getting?

    Have a look here.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/0c/500638142d11d3965a00a0c9308b52/content.htm

    Hope to give you some idea

    Regards,

    Omid

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 02:37 PM

    Hi,

    If you don't have Global Employment switched on, then it may be best to terminate the employee in one country and then rehire them in the other.

    Roger.

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