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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc November 15, 2007
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Ensure that your standard payroll and time management schemas are up to date. Avoid the risk of missing important SAP updates in your modified payroll and time management schemas.

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by Abhijit Parab, SAP HR Project Lead, Fujitsu Consulting March 15, 2007
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If you require more flexible communication with your employees than what infotype 0128 offers, then text modules and rules might better fit your needs. Customize this technique to meet your company’s requirements.

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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc May 15, 2006
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By configuring feature PM004, you can run a payroll simulation for an employee directly from infotype 0008 (basic pay).

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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc December 15, 2005
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Many of the communications that you wish to send to your employees do not warrant a formal letter. You can create a payslip message to inform your employees of short but important messages using infotype 0128, which allows you to print messages on your employee payslips.

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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc November 15, 2005
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Much of the data in the Personnel Administration (PA) module is stored in repeating groups of fields. Processing the data as a repeating group rather than by referencing each field saves time.

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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc | Jeremy Madden, SAP Basis Analyst May 15, 2004
HR/SAP Professional Journal – 
Upgrades are a necessary part of maintaining an SAP R/3 system, but they can be difficult without the right knowledge and resources. The two authors, who just completed a successful upgrade to Release 4.6C, share many tips and tricks that will help you to avoid possible pitfalls.

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by Ian Moogan, SAP Support Consultant, Roc December 15, 2003
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Within any payroll, there will always be payments input as numbers that then need to be converted into money. The method of achieving this in R/3 is known as the "wage type valuation base." The author gives some background on valuation bases and shows how each works. He provides two examples of using valuation bases for processing, one for a charitable deduction and one for calculating the pay for five hours of overtime.