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Employee status change

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I have following requirement from Client


Company has Permanent and Contract Employee Groups.Contract Employee are under vendor payrolls.But after certain time,contract employees can become Permanent.I have maintained to employee groups and maintained different number ranges for both these groups.But i am not able to get the logic as how to capture. If i want the employee number to change from Contract to permanent,how should i do it? Shud i terminate him and rehire as permanent?Pls suggest.


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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 07:47 AM

    Hello ,

    Configure the personnel actions like New hire, when an employee is joined as contract than he is having different employee id ,Once thee employee is moved from part time to full time than put the status as inactive in infotype 0000, than run the personneal action "New hire " with new employee id.

    Termination action - status should be inactive

    New hire - status should be active and get a new employee id.

    Transaction code - PA40

    Regards

    Siva

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      Hi ,

      I would suggest to make the employment status inactive , and rehire the employee again. In termination action , please suggest the action type reason for reference.

      Try in quality or testing client first before going on Production systems.

      Regards

      Balaji

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 07:19 AM

    Hi Sap hr 88,

    I believe u need to run the termination action and then again rehire the employee as permanent.

    Hope it helps. Reward points if helpful.

    Regards

    Balaji

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 09:22 AM

    Hi,

    Do you have a Action type change of Employment ? from contract to permanent ?

    If not, then terminate the employee in the contract and hire in the permanent roles. at the time of hiring in the Actions info type Reference personnel no. (IT 0031) will be there, maintain there contract employment no. and system will copy certain It's like personnel data, dependents, etc. based on the copy infotype field in the table V_T582A.

    if you want only previous employment Employee no. and company id and some details then maintain IT 0032 Internal data for the newly hired employee's.

    Regards,

    Praneeth kumar

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      Hi,

      No, every thing depends upon the Table T582A for the info types. and why you want to read old employment salary info types for the new permanent role. in the permanent role you have to maintain all the info types will values according to the New payscale.

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 08:42 AM

    Hi,

    Since you are maintaining two separate employee number range it is best to terminate the employee in contract group and hire him as permanent employee.

    Thanks,

    Sriram

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2014 at 09:38 AM

    Infotype copied from reference personnel number

    Infotypes that should remain unchanged for an employee for all personnel numbers are identified here.

    These should only be infotypes that do not define the employee's work relationship.

    These include:

    • Personal Data (0002)
    • Addresses (0006)
    • Bank Details (0009)
      etc.

    These do not include:

    • Organizational Assignment (0001)
    • Basic Pay (0008, 0014, 0015)
    • Country-specific, payroll-relevant infotypes for taxes, social insurance.
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