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Mass move of HR org structure

Hi,

Can anyone help me with the process we should follow for a mass change in the HR org structure?

We would like to move a few org units, and all the people within them to a new Org unit, this has a different company code, and cost centres. What process should we follow?

Move Org management org structure on specific date?

change the cost centres to the new ones.

Then transfer each employee in Personnel administration to the correct Personnel area/subarea?

Thanks,

Dianna

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 06:14 AM

    first u create one root unit and maintain relationship of O-O.

    next create CC, PA and PSA and made the assignments.

    next run the action org assignment for the employees u want to move.

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 08:03 AM

    hi,

    what you can do is goto transaction p010 and give the relationship.

    like if you want to move org unit xxxxxxxx under yyyyyyyyyyy

    then give xxxxxxxxx in the first screen then say create then give relation A 003 and give O in the object list and give yyyyyyyyy in the object id.

    all the persons will also be moved.

    regards

    nalla

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 10:42 AM

    Hi,

    Have you tried to create a new plan version with the proposed changes. Once you create this then change the plan version to active. This might be more helpful rather than doing amendments for the current plan version.

    Regrds,

    Tara

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