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How to change employee grades

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I am new in sap hr and would like your help, how to change employee grades ex: grade 1 to grade 2, but rest of the details will remain same.

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ZZ

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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2016 at 04:40 PM

    you mean changing grades in infotype 0008 basic pay?

    if not please can you explain the requirement in detail

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 12:45 AM

    Changes in IT 7 or 8 should be normally be through a personnel action. For IT 8 changes use an action suitably named e.g. Basic pay change. Such pers actions usually include IT's 7, 8 and any others required as in the case of a promotion.

    The company has to decide whether they use pay grade or pay scale for an employee or group of employees. The feature TARIF determines this. .

    To check if a pay grade is configured, go to display the employee's IT 8. In the field pay grade, press F4 func key or look for possible values. If the new grade value exists, then it can be used.

    If not go to IMG and configure the same.

    Pay grades or scales data are to be configured first, so that they can be used for an employee.

    Go to IMG->Compensation Mgt. Under this pay grades can be configured.

    Similarly under Personnel Admin->Payroll data, pay scale details can be configured.

    Also if necessary the PD infotype 1005Planned comp may be changed from any eff.date; this provides the default fore the employee assigned to the position.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 02:01 PM

    We will have to create 2 actions one is promotion related and the other is basic pay change depends on the requirement we can use any one of them.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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