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EHR-G: Dates Incorrect on the Employment Information Page for Terminated Employees (Doc ID 824775.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 8.9 to 9 [Release 8.9 to 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When a row is added in the  Job record for a terminated employee, where the Effective Date for the new row is after the Effective Date of the termination row, the service periods in the Organizational Assignment Data  section of the Employment Information page are extended, adding time to the periods of service displayed for the employee.

Business Impact
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Data shown in the Organizational Assignment Data section of the page is inconsistent with Organization Instance section, which indicates a fixed difference between the Last Start Date and the Termination Date.

Expected Behavior
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These dates should calculate service from the Last Start Date until the Termination Date and ignore any subsequent Job updates that do not impact status.

Actual Behavior
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The dates in  the Organizational Assignment Data section are adjusted, causing the Years, Months and Days fields to contradict the data on the Organizational Instance section of the same page.

Steps
1. Navigate to the terminated employee's  Job record and click the link to Employment Data.
2. Note the year/month/days that are displayed on the Employment Data page. The values are calculated from Last Start Date to the Termination Date.
3. Return to Job Data and add a row with later Effective Date, for example retirement.
4. Observe the year/month/days have changed on the Employee Data page to take into account the additional days.

Changes

 

Cause

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