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Concurrent Employement


please explain me about Concurrent Employment



Edited by: Sr!^^ on Oct 29, 2008 9:54 AM

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 08:57 AM

    Conceptually based on Concurrent Employment model

    Reporting focus shifts from Assignment to u2018Personu2019 level using a new logical database u2013 PNPCE

    Concurrent Employment

    An employee has more the one personnel assignment within a country with one or more employers.

    This assignments can be concurrently or sequentially

    Global Employment

    An employee has more the one assignment in different countries

    This assignments can be sequentially or concurrently

    Concurrent Employment

    Personnel administration of several assignments with one unique Person ID for a Person.

    Benefits processing (e.g. eligibility and payroll).

    Time evaluation allows common processing of the assignments according to legal or company (e.g. Union agreements) specific rules.

    Payroll (Canada and US) allows common processing of the assignments according to legal (e.g. Taxation) or company (e.g. Union agreements) specific rules.

    Reporting on payroll result is enabled to e.g. print combined pay slips for several assignments.

    Available for Canada and the US (payroll localization

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