Tax Locator is an effective tool designed to help assign proper tax areas for infotype 0207 (Resident Tax Area) and infotype 0208 (Work Tax Area), which will ensure proper payroll taxation.
Setting up Tax Locator is simple, as one needs to follow the steps in the IMG. However, once all the steps are set-up initially, problems may arise from not having Tax Locator updated with the latest data set. To mitigate any potential issues, SAP and BSI deliver programs to test and audit Tax Locator configuration.
The first program is RPUTLTU0. This utility is used to test the SAP and BSI Tax Locator connection. Read more.
When you run SuccessFactors Employee Central Payroll (ECP) with SuccessFactors Employee Central (EC) there are a few options for entering and displaying an employee’s payroll related data in the Employee Central User Interface (UI).
Here is a quick overview of the scenario. EC is the personnel administration system and ECP does the payroll processing. EC is the point of entry for users to enter employee personal data, like home address, and employee payroll specific data, like withholding information. The personal data is stored in EC and replicated to the ECP system. However, certain payroll specific employee data is only stored in the ECP system. How can a user log in to EC and enter data that is saved real-time to the ECP system? Through a User Interface Mashup! Read more.
When a payroll implementation involves a mid-year year-to-date conversion, a common requirement is to prevent retro over that Year to Date (YTD) load result. The requirement may arise from having conversion-only wage types, not wanting to post the result, and/or converting results that do not include all the technical wage types that typically show up in a live payroll run. This is often achieved by two well-known methods:
1) Setting infotype 0003’s Earliest Personal Retroactive date for each personnel number
2) Setting the payroll control record’s Earliest Retroactive Accounting Period.
Recently I got to work on an interesting client requirement and realized this was becoming common practice. The requirement is to pay Holiday Pay only if the employee works both the day before and the day after a holiday. This can be a complicated matter and often implementers will resort to custom code to resolve this requirement.
Holiday pay is to be generated automatically via time evaluation for your employees on company holidays. Your company also has a holiday policy that states that employees will not get holiday pay hours in case of unexcused absence time before or after a company holiday. Read more.
Have you ever wanted to add a custom program to a process model? We will show you how in a few easy steps!
In the process model below, we have added a custom program to email the employee population a notification informing them payroll is complete and that they are now able to view their check stub. Keep reading for all the steps we took to accomplish this task. Read more.
Graham Wong & Cindy Lumbert of HR Focal Point presenting at HR 2015 in Las Vegas
Plano, Texas, January 12, 2015 – Graham Wong and Cindy Lumbert of HR Focal Point are proud to announce that they will present SAPinsider’s HR 2015 conference. The event takes place at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, March 3-6, 2015. Attend to learn proven methods for continuously improving and transforming key HR processes.
“HR Focal Point is pleased to present once again at HR 2015,” said David Adams, President and Founding Partner of HR Focal Point. “We are proud to have two of our resources presenting in breakout sessions which will cover topics regarding Payroll, Time Management and Benefits. We are also proud to promote our new comprehensive cloud solutions, including EC Payroll, that we have implemented since becoming a SuccessFactors Consulting Partner.” Read more.