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Query on Personnel Action Types

In the "Personnel Action Types" under "Set Up Personnel Actions", there are three fields Customer-specific status (STAT1), Employment status (STAT2) & Special payment Status (STAT3). I am not sure about the values to be entered for these fields. I went through the F1 help for these fields, but could not understand much. Please help me. I have to enter the values for these fields for various action types like, Direct Hiring, Transfer, Separation etc.

-Shambvi

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2012 at 09:39 AM

    Hi

    I understand these columns have a direct reflection to the status if the employment.

    To give you an example

    when you create the action called "HIRING" the status of employment can be set to active

    at the same time whenever you are creating an actin called retirement the status of employment can be set as inactive

    the status is reflected in your actions info type "0000" whenever you create any action type and will have a direct role to play in the processing of the employees payroll.

    All the best to you

    Regards

    RR

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2012 at 09:46 AM

    Employee Status in Actions

    Each action is assigned the three status indicators STAT1 (customer defined), STAT2(employment), STAT3 (special payment). These are stored in the action infotype (0000). Statusindicators determine the employeeu2019s employment status at a high level. The status indicators canchange by performing actions only, not by direct maintenance of the data field itself. When apersonnel action is performed, the system automatically fills the

    Customer defined

    Employment and Special payment fields if the action affects the employee's status. Each action has predefined statusesthat it stores on an employee. For example when hiring a new employee the status 3 u2018activeu2019 will bestored in the employment status field (STAT2) in infotype 0000. It is not possible to manually changethis during the action.The three status indicators have the following meanings:

    - STAT1: Customer defined:

    Not used in the standard system.

    - STAT 2 Employment:

    0: Employee not with company

    1: Employee with company, but inactive

    2: Employee with company, but as retiree

    3: Employee active in company

    - STAT 3: Special payment

    (only relevant for Austria and Spain

    0: Special payment: no entitlement

    1: Special payment: standard wage type

    2: Special payment: special wage type

    Thanks

    vibin

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2012 at 01:55 PM

    Hi,

    use the following for action types in T529A table

    Direct Hiring

    STAT1 STAT2 STAT3

    blanck 3 1

    Transfer

    STAT1 STAT2 STAT3

    blanck 3 1

    Separation

    STAT1 STAT2 STAT3 CHECK

    blanck 0(zero) 0(zero) MSN20

    here 1 is-- Special payment: standard wage type

    3 is-- Employee active in company

    MSN20 for withdrawal should be CHECK Field

    regards,

    mohammed

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