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When Manager is Transferred to Different Position, the Job Records for that Manager's Direct Reports Continue to Show the Former Manager's Employee Number and Name (Doc ID 1575484.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



When a manager changes to a different position, the Job records for the individuals that report to that manager continue to show that manager's employee number and name.  The Job record should show the current incumbent of the Reports-To Position.

Steps to Replicate:


Employee K0LA14 Reports to  Position 19000210, Director-Human Resources.
Position 19000210 is filled with Employee NumberKU0005, Reza Aliverdi.


1. Navigate to Job Data, select Employee Number KU0005, and change the Position Number from 19000210 to 19000200.
2. Navigate to Job Data, select Employee Number K0LA14. Note that Reports To Position still shows KU0005, although that manager is no longer incumbent of the Reports-To Position.
3. Navigate to Job Data, select Employee Number KU0003, and assign to position 19000210  Director-Human Resources.
4. Navigate to Position Data and see that Position 19000210 and 19000200 reflect the correct incumbents, but these are not shown on the job records of the direct reports.



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