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Hi,

I have a scenario where “Srilanka employee getting salary In INDIA & PF being deducted at Srilanka". How this can be captured in the system.

What are the important things that should be considered in this case.If employee PF is deducted in Home country,does it mean Basic pay should mandatory to be paid in home country only.What are the additional settings to be made in such case.


1/ If Employee is getting PF from Srilanka and other Pay components In India,is it mandatory that he should be linked to 2 company codes and have 2 cost centers for employee?

2/ Suppose if Employee Is linked to Company code in Srilanka,but since he is working in India he receives salary in INR. Does this means that cost of the Employee goes to Srilanka Company code.In this case how is PF calculated and pls let me know how is this situation feasable.

3/ If srilanka employee is related to India Company code,the cost of employee goes to India Company code and PF is calculated in Srilanka.Can this situation be achieved if i maintain 2 cost centers with different company codes in IT27

Pls guide me on this

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 11:29 AM

    Many Views but no answer...😔

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 11:48 AM

    Hi

    i will explain in general way ok.

    Employee is from srilanka and came to india for deputation and he is receiving salary in India.

    any master data changes that Transfer action on deputation to other country ? if not you can deduct the PF amount according to the srilanka PF rules and credited to the PF authority why because he is resident to one of the state in the srilanka.

    This is my just assumption, please wait for our Experts view's.

    Best Regards.

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