Creating Remuneration Statements


  1. Choose Payroll ® Remuneration statement.
  2. Specify the payroll accounting area and period in the block Payroll Period.
  3. In the field Payroll area, the system provides a default value which corresponds to your user parameter settings or the entries you made when selecting the Payroll menu. You can, of course, overwrite this default value.

  4. In the block Selection, make an entry in the field Personnel number or the field Payroll area by specifying an individual value or a range or values.
  5. You do not need to set any values in the fields Special payment parameters for regular payroll run. The fields Special payment parameters are used only for Off-cycle payments.

  6. Enter the name of the form set up in the customizing system in the field Form name.
  7. If necessary, overwrite the default values in the fields Output language, Print current period, Print retroactive runs, Layout of retroactive runs, and Sort retroactive runs.
  8. If necessary, enter a number between 1 and 9 in the field Number of test forms. The corresponding number of test forms are printed out.
  9. If necessary, set a flag for the indicator Print superlines.
  10. Superlines are lines in which values for more than one wage type are printed. The determining factor is whether or not a wage type has been encoded with column type 1 in the view Form-Related Control of Wage Types (V_T512E).
    If a flag has been set for the indicator, a superline is only printed if it contains a wage type with column type 1.
    If a flag has not been set for the indicator, all superlines are printed.

  11. Select Program ® Execute or alternatively Program ® Execute + print or alternatively Execute in background.


A remuneration statement is created.