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Employee on Deputation query.

Hi,

Scenario 1:

Employee belongs to SL and is deputated to SISL for some time. Payroll is processed for employee by SL. If customer - specific status is inactive for the employee in SISL, then it should not process payroll in SISL.

Secnario 2:

Employee belongs to SL and is deputed to SISL. Payroll is executed by SISL, Then in this case wat should be the customer specific status keeping in mind the 1 st scenario.

Please let me know if any one can guide me on this...

Regards,

Prasad Lad

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 10:51 PM

    what you need is a course on concurrent employment.

    but concurrent/global employee management is a good concept in sap as long as you do not bring payroll into the picture,.. once you get payroll in things really are not very good.

    The short answer for your original question is:

    what does the business process require the system to do in both scenarios? answer for this is the answer for your query.

    cheers

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      My doubt is, how the payroll will be executed for that employee in the system. As said earlier, the emp is in SL cmpny nd deputated to SISL cmpy, but salary paid by SL only. This case is easy as we can create a Deputaion action and manage this.

      But in the 2nd scenario, where the emp is in SL cmpny nd deputated to SISL cmpy, but salary paid by SISL how this can be handled. I checked the Std schema IN00 in which I was not able to find anything abt the Customer specific status.

      There should be some use of Customer specific status in system for running payroll.

      Regards,

      Prasad Lad

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