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There is an absence in the inactive period

Hi All,

When I am running payroll for a terminated employee for the current pay period, i am getting the below message. "There is an absence in the inactive period". The pay period is 19/2008 which has the start date as 15.12.2008 till 28.12.2008. The employee is terminated as on 22nd december 2008. In IT 2001, the absence is there for 02nd December. This is already evaluated in the previous time and payroll run.

The error is appearing in the RAB function in the log after importing absences.

This is happening for all terminated employees in New Zealand

What could be wrong?

Any help is appreciated

Thanks!!

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 08:10 AM

    Did u manitained any data after the termination in infotype 2001 pls let me know

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:53 AM

    What is the status of 'Run payroll upto' & 'Do not account after' fields in Infotype 0003.

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      same error is appearing in payroll for other countries as well.

      Somehow, SAP doesn't accept recorded absences while the EE is terminated which is quite logical if you look at it from a business persective.

      Which company will ever record absences for EE's who are not working for the company.

      What I've done before is to add IT2001 in delimit mode (LIS9) to the infogroup for the personal action 'Termination'.

      Wilfred.

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