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Every payroll area must have a control record. The control record controls how the payroll is processed. They are configured by navigating to SPRO | Personnel Administration | Organizational Data | Organizational Assignment | Create payroll area or via the V_T549A T-code. The following screenshot shows this: SAP HCM: A Complete Tutorial Reprinted for OET7P/1093203, Accenture Packt Publishing (c) 2014, Copying Prohibited. Page 18 / 28
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We can group the employees together and map them to a payroll area so that it is easy to process for a group of employees in one shot. The control record determines the current period for which the payroll is processed. It also determines the payroll period past date, up to which the system allows you to make changes to the master and time data and is called as Retro in SAP. There are multiple statuses in control record such as "released" for payroll, which means master and time data is locked, and the correction of master data is not possible. The release of correction implies that the system allows us to make corrections to the master and time data, and exit payroll means that we are done with processing the current payroll period, and it can be exited. The incorrect personnel numbers are captured in match code "W". The system captures incorrectly processed employees during payroll. This needs to be corrected, and we need to rerun the payroll for the same. The earliest retro period in control record determines how far back in time the system can allow us to make corrections to processed payroll periods. The Basic Pay (0008) infotype is crucial for processing the payroll and is configured by navigating to SPRO | Personnel Management | Personnel Administration | Payroll Data | Basic Pay . The following screenshot demonstrates this: SAP HCM: A Complete Tutorial Reprinted for OET7P/1093203, Accenture Packt Publishing (c) 2014, Copying Prohibited. Page 19 / 28
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The employee subgroup grouping for personnel calculation rule (PCR) and collective agreement provision (CAP) is the cornerstone for processing payroll PCR. We can group employees based on different rules and regulations set. They are maintained by navigating to SPRO | Personnel Management | Personnel administration | Payroll Data | Basic Pay | Define EE Subgroup Grouping for PCR and Coll.Agrmt.Prov or directly via the V_503_B table. This is shown in the following screenshot: The payscale type, area, groups, and levels are configured by navigating to SPRO | Personnel Management | Personnel Administration | Payroll Data | Basic Pay | Check PayScale Type/Area or via the T510G / T510A T-code. A payscale type defines the industry in which the client is operating, such as metal for example, while the pay scale area defines the physical work location of the client. This is shown in the following screenshot: The pay components are defined as wage types in SAP. For example, housing allowance is defined as the "8888" wage type number followed by text to identify the same. Wage types are created using the tool that SAP has provided. This tool is accessed via the PU30 or OH11 T-code or by navigating to SPRO | Personnel Management | Personnel Administration | Payroll Data | Basic Pay | Wage Types . This is shown
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