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Hi,

Is it possible to assign multiple position to single employee? If yes, how is it?

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Ravin

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Ravin Joshi

    You can assign multiple personnel numbers to the same position. You can do this assignment through the tcode PP01. Give the position for which you want to link multiple positions, then select the option Relationships from the table control below. Now give the Relationship as B 008 and your related object as the personnel number to whom you want to assign this position. You can repeat the same thing for the other personnel number too.

    You can check the relationships for which you can maintain multiple records at the sametime through the table T788E. Where you will maintain the time constraints of the relationship.

    Regards

    Ranganath

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2008 at 04:52 PM

    Hi do you mean one employee has more than one position in the same payroll area ?

    If so you set them up through pa40 or pa48 if through e-recruitment, enter the name start date and date of birth the system checks if the employee is already on the system and shows you a list of employees with the same details.

    From the drop down boxd select "Select the identical employee or choose" green tick.

    Then select the radio burtton "new personnel assignment for employee", the reference personnel number will show on the create action screen and you continue as any other new starter except Info type 0121 is created to link the positions TIP have the highest paid position as the priority position for the for tax and NI etc. IT 0031 should also be populated.

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