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UK: Incorrect NI Figures for Rehired Employees Are Displayed in the RTI FPS Run Reconciliation Report after Running RTI - Full Payment Submission Process (FPS) 2022/23 Process (Doc ID 2922592.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Statement:

When submitting the "RTI - Full Payment Submission Process (FPS) 2022/23" for an employee terminated and rehired in the following day, the "RTI FPS Run Reconciliation Report" displays incorrect NI (National Insurance) figures for rehired employees.

The issue can be seen in the output of the "RTI FPS Run Reconciliation Report" (which is spawned by "RTI - Full Payment Submission Process (FPS) 2022/23" process) for the following NI columns:

NI EE PTD - Employees National Insurance Period to Date;
NI EE YTD - Employees National Insurance Year to Date;
NI ER PTD - Employer National Insurance Period to Date;
NI ER YTD - Employer National Insurance Year to Date.

 

Steps to Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Go to UK HRMS Responsibility.
  2. Navigate to People > Enter and Maintain > search for one employee.
  3. Go to Others > End Employment > Terminate the employee.
  4. Navigate to People > Enter and Maintain > search for the same employee.
  5. Rehire the employee on the following day.
  6. Navigate to View > Request > Submit a New Request.
  7. Run "Payroll Run UK" process.
  8. Run Prepayments.
  9. Run "RTI - Full Payment Submission Process (FPS) 2022/23" process.
  10. Check the output of the RTI FPS Run Reconciliation Report (generated by the process executed in step 8) > observed the incorrect values for the NI figures.

 

Cause

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