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Fusion Global Payroll: Need to Process Final Settlement when Many Future Payroll Runs are Present for Employees (Doc ID 2094922.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Global Payroll - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Need to purge future payroll runs for terminated employees after their termination date as it is preventing to process final settlement for employees.

For instance, if an employee is terminated, a 3-month notice period is required. So the employer keeps the employee suspended for 3 months and then releases all outstanding pay in the final settlement. For these 3 months the employee will be picked up in the payroll but no earnings or deductions are calculated.  A blank payroll action is created, which does not allow the employer to process any payment as of the last working date unless the employer rolls back the future runs.

Behavior currently is that even if assignments are marked as suspended the payroll relationship is picked up to be processed. It does not create any run results for the relationship as there are no assignments to be processed.  This relationship is picked up in prepayments as well.

Suppose the employer terminated the employee in November, but the relationship is still processed in December for payroll and prepayments. Now the employer wants to do some processing for the terminated employee in November which cannot be done as there was already a process in December(with no results and with 0 payment).

Option is to roll back this employee in December to process anything in November. However, doing so using the user interface (UI) will be difficult if there are numerous employees

Is there an easier process to allow roll back for all terminated employees or some other way?



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