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Backdated change of Payroll Area

We have a problem i.e. Payroll for an employee has been processed for November and the results have been posted in one payroll area. During December payroll processing, there is a need to change the employee's payroll area to another with effect from 01st October.

Can someone let me know whether this possible?

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 10:54 AM

    hai

    have u tried pay roll off cycle

    changing the payroll area after the payroll period. after u have run payroll u can change the payroll area of a employee

    thanks

    theja

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    cherukuru theja

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:01 AM

    Hi,

    it looks like you have already posted values that means you have exited the payroll

    it is advisable to follow off cycle payroll you are not supposed to change the previous results

    if you have not exted the payroll you can re process

    or else you can delete the cluster an rerun the payroll you have not posted the results

    REWARD POINTS

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      all

      thanks for the response. the answers given by you does not address my query. The query was, the payroll results have already been posted and control record exited to the next month.

      The moment I try to change the payroll area of the employee, the system gives an error "PayrArea unchangeable for periods for which payroll has run" and does not allow me the save the changes for any backdated change.

      I wanted to know as to how i can handle this situation.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:11 AM

    Hi..

    I dont think it is possible....unless u reverse the document

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