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HR Connections – Mike Timm on Year-End Payroll

Ken Murphy, SAPinsider: Hi this is Ken Murphy with SAPinsider, and welcome to another installment of HR Connections, an SAPinsider HR Connections – Mike Timm on Year-End Payroll series focusing on the current developments and trends in the HR space. Today, I’m pleased to welcome back Mike Timm, founder and Managing Partner of Integrated Consulting […]

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HR Connections – Mike Timm on SAP Payroll Control Center

Mike Timm, Founder and Managing Partner of Integrated Consulting Group, joins SAPinsider for an HR Connections podcast that focuses on SAP Payroll Control Center. Listen to the HR Connections – Mike Timm on SAP Payroll Control Center, and read the transcript of the conversation here: Ken Murphy, SAPinsider: Hi, this is Ken Murphy with SAPinsider, […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Overpayment and claims

We have reached the final post in the 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll series. Overpayments and claims are amounts that SAP Payroll determines to be owed by the employee to the company. Overpayments and claims are generated when master data is changed retroactively and the employee received too large of an increase in Basic Pay […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Year-end processing

Year-end processing encompasses several areas already discussed or will be discussed in the next post of the 10 most critical factors of SP payroll series. HRSP and CLC Tax reporter and auditing Overpayments and claims The year-end process should not begin in October, but should start immediately after annual tax reporting is complete for the previous year. The […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Troubleshooting

In this post we will cover troubleshooting as part of the series 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll. As we have discussed in previous posts in the series, payroll is greatly influenced by and processes the combined data from several sources. SAP system HRSPs (HR support packs) Configuration Accounting Cost objects HR master data […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Tax reporting and auditing

We have covered 6 of the 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll in this blog post series. The next area we’ll cover is Tax reporting and auditing. Over the years, SAP has developed many payroll reports to make tax reporting and audit simpler process. However, these monthly, quarterly, and annual rituals can consume significant amounts of […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Time management

We have finished five of the 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll and will explore time management in this post. Time Management includes the collection of time-related data, absences and attendances, and may include evaluation of the raw data all within SAP. SAP delivers several Infotypes to collect data with the most common being: […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: Unit and parallel testing

Unit and parallel testing is the fifth factor in the 10 most critical factors of SAP Payroll. We covered Data integrity, Integration, Configuration and Customization, and HRSP and legal changes in the first four blog posts. Testing is a building process where we look at individual functionality and see how it fits in the big […]

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10 most critical factors of SAP payroll: HRSP and legal changes

This is the fourth of 10 most critical factors of SAP payroll. We covered Data integrity, Integration, and Configuration and Customization in the first three and in this post we will cover Human Resources Support Packages and Country Legal Changes. Human Resources Support Packages (HRSPs) were put in place by SAP many years ago to reduce the […]

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HR2015 Photo Update: Day 2

If you’ve been keeping up with ICG on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, you’ll know that through the rest of the week I’ll be attending the HR2015 Conference in Las Vegas. I have already spoken at my five sessions and was an expert at Ask-the-Experts. I look forward to a more relaxed couple of days at the conference. Check […]

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