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TCodes OBYE & OBYG (Assignment of Symbolic account to G/L Account) show Employee Groups which are defined in Payroll > Payroll India > Reporting for Posting Payroll Results to Accounting > Activities in HR System > Employee Grouping & Symbolic Accounts > Define Employee Grouping Account Determination > Employee Grouping for account determination : Define Values.

I am sure that these are not the same Employee Groups Which we define in Enterprise Structure eg. 1 - Active etc.

May I know where do we assign these EG given in OBYE & OBYG to employees?

After running Payroll, the salary does not go to the respective Cost Centers & G/L Accounts. Is the the result of the same confusion?

Regards

Bindumadhav

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 12:03 PM

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 12:58 PM

    Hi

    We define the employee grouping for account determination to separates the posting amount of a particular wage type.

    For example you have employee group L for local employees and E for Expatriates and employee subgroups as grade 1-15.

    We define the employee grouping for account determination as two

    LOC- LOCAL EMPLOYEES

    EXP-EXPAT EMPLOYEES

    After this, we default this employee grouping in feature PPMOD where the employee grouping for account determination is assigned under each employee subgroup.

    The above employee grouping for account determination LOC and EXP are then assigned to the specific symbolic account and G/L accounts where we do the actual account assignment in OBYG and OBYE.

    Hope this gives you a brief picture of the grouping.

    Regards

    Santhosh.S

    Edited by: Santhosh Somasekharan on May 18, 2008 8:19 PM

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