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Two PERNR for an Employee Possible?

Former Member
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Hi Friends,

I have two categories of Employees.

a. Satff - Pernr in series 3

b. Workers - Pernr in series 2

<b>When one worker is promoted to Staff, his PERNR changes.</b>

<b>But will this bring all his old Payroll data ? Is it Legal to have 2 F16?</b>

OR <b>we'll have to keep one PERNR throughout</b> ?

Would really apreciate your Reply.

Regds,

Sri

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McF
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Hi Srikanta,

I can only stress what the others already posted. Stick to one PERNR and let the system decide the number.

It is quite strange to bind job profiles to number ranges.

Also I can not see any benefit of this constructions but only negative impacts.

Regards,

Michael

Former Member
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Hi,

I will suggest you to use single perner only.

bcoz perner is only one thing through which we can find all data,

Vicky

Former Member
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Hi,

Always advisable and possible is One Pernr. The system will take all the historical records based on the Pernr. You can change the EE subgroup. So that, the employee will come under that Group.

Good luck.

Om.

Former Member
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Dear Sri,

I would suggest you to use one pernr through out. If you would like to have 2 pernr's then you will have to delimit the old pernr data. I guess it will be problem for gratuity and all if you change the pernr in between as the new pernr will be considered as new employee.

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Naveen.