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Concurrent and Dual employment

Does SAP provides Concurrent and dual employment features. If yes can anybody explain the functionality and scenarios supported by SAP and what are the limitations.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 11:35 AM

    Thanks very much!

    Is there anything called "Global Employment" which is supported by SAP?

    Regards,

    Anupam

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 09:59 AM

    Concurrent Employment is a scenario where an individual has multiple employment contracts with one employer.

    These scenarios differ from single-assignment employment with regard to rules and regulations governing remuneration, taxation and benefits packages.

    The SAP HR Concurrent Employment solution allows you to manage such scenarios more efficiently.

    Features

    The technological framework that enables you to manage concurrent employment situations consists of the Concurrent Employment Model and the Grouping Configuration Tool.

    The Concurrent Employment Model describes the relationship between the employer and the employee. The most important concepts are:

    · Each employee can have multiple personnel assignments

    · A permanent record of personal information including the person's name and address is kept independent of individual assignments.

    · Each personnel assignment is linked to the person.

    · A personnel assignment describes the work that the person needs to do, at what time that work is to be done, and how that work is to be paid. To this end, each personnel assignment is given a unique personnel number.

    The Grouping Configuration Tool uses two criteria to group personnel assignments:

    · Grouping reasons determine whether concurrent personnel assignments are to be considered jointly or separately.

    · Grouping rules determine the characteristics of a grouping based on the organizational data of the personnel assignment.

    This functionality comes with a complete set of predefined grouping reasons and grouping rules, in particular regarding taxation and garnishments, in line with governmental specifications. You can also define your own reasons and rules and assign them to the appropriate processes. In this way, you can build different groups of personnel assignments for common processing.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 10:18 AM
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