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Payroll area change for company

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Could you please suggest me how to change payroll area ex: from A1 to B1 for whole company where there is more than 150+ headcounts is there. what will be impact on payroll, what will be impact on master data, is i have to change individual payroll area by running action or how? what are the steps i have to follow, please advice how to do it.

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 02:37 PM


    You can change the payroll area by creating an action for the Emp. There is no issue if payroll is not run for the period post change date. History will be maintained.



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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 04:46 PM

    First, you should create the new Payroll Accounting Area and generate it's Payroll Calendar, Dates, Cumulations, Payment Models, etc...

    When testing for one employee, you should be able to notice if you missed anything, such as a pcr with a decision on PAA (use program RPDASC00 to expand your Time and Payroll Schemas and Rules).

    Once your config is finished and tested, you could possibly use t-code lsmw to create a script enabling you to create the Action transfering all employees from one PAA to the other, and that Action should include IT0001 and any Infotype where a Payment Model is used (such as IT0014).

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 06:36 AM

    We should configure action to change payroll area, New control record, Generation of Payroll periods and Check Is any further calculations are happening considering payroll area we will have to change them accordingly, and middle of the month we can not change payroll area.



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