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  1. Termination Date has to be >= Jobs End Date Answer:  Ensure the Termination Date in the Terminate Employment approval type/section is equal to or later than the Job End Date in the End Job approval type/section.   Ensure both fields are completed in the ‘New Value’ column.... Read More
  2. New Effective Date cannot be after Employee’s Termination Date, when trying to add a secondary job You are trying to add a secondary job that starts after the employee is terminated.   Your department can view any employee using Cognos report HR035.  It shows employee's home dept, job departments and historical appointments, but no confide... Read More
  3. What is the Query Date of an ePAF? If the ePAF will update the data base so that the employee receives the correct pay check for the intended pay period, type the Personnel Date in the Query Date field.   However, if the ePAF will not update in a timely manner, then deciding the Quer... Read More
  4. What does Transaction Status "Partially Completed" mean? A transaction status of "Partially Completed" means that the job record portion of the ePAF has been applied to the database.  Any job changes will be reflected in the next payroll cycle.  In many cases, particularly terminations, HR must wait unti... Read More
  5. Default Routing Queue: How to save and update ePAF Routing Queues Category:  ePAF Question:  How do I set up Default Routing Queue patterns for my ePAF's?   The Default Routing Queue allows you to define your preferred routing for each ePAF Approval Category (New Hire, Termination, etc.) The Approvers/Leve... Read More
  6. I accidentally completed a job change end on the primary job rather than secondary - why did I not receive an error message? Answer:  The error regarding the fact that a secondary job exists and must be ended is received only if a termination ePAF is being submitted.  It is not received if a job change end ePAF is being submitted.... Read More
  7. Cannot be terminated. All jobs have to be ended If an employee has secondary jobs in addition to the primary job, the secondary jobs must be ended before the primary job can be ended and the employee can be terminated.  (Use Job Change, End Job Approval Category).   HINT:  The Termination A... Read More