Starting the Regular SYOYO Payroll

Prerequisites

Starting the payroll run calls up a country-specific payroll driver which then performs a complete payroll accounting run for the selected employees in accordance with settings in a country-specific schema.

Procedure

  1. Choose SYOYO ® Start payroll.
  2. The Pay period fields (payroll accounting area/PP/YYYY) are not used in the SYOYO payroll. In the Off-cycle payroll, specifying the payroll accounting area, which indicates the accounting period, does not have any meaning. Field Payment day should be used instead.

  3. Specify an individual personnel number or range of personnel numbers in the field Personnel number.
  4. Specify an individual payroll area or range of payroll areas in the field Payroll accounting area.
  5. If you use both the Personnel number and the Payroll accounting area fields, only the employees that match the values in both fields are selected. Enhanced selection options are available for the fields Personnel number and Payroll accounting area. Please see the description of the standard selection screen.

  6. Field Special Run should be used only with Off-Cycle payroll accounting. For the rightmost field specify A (any other value is not currently supported). For the second field specify S, which indicates regular SYOYO. These two fields are normally preset, when SYOYO processing is selected from the SYOYO menu screen. For the third field, specify the Payment day.
  7. The field Retroactive accounting date is not used in SYOYO payroll accounting.

  8. Choose Program ® Execute. A log is displayed when the regular SYOYO payroll run is complete.
  9. Use the log to check that the results of the simulated regular SYOYO payroll run are correct and that employees were not rejected.

If personnel numbers are rejected or not selected do not exit the payroll program. Instead, you must check the payroll results and correct master data and time data for the appropriate personnel numbers where necessary.

Result

The regular SYOYO payroll run is started.