HeadCount Duplication

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Need some advise and direction on how to resolve the following. We have employees who work in UK @60% capacilty and in Switerland @ 40% capacity. They are paid from two different 3rd pary payroll system. This is because of personal tax benefits/purppose for the empoloyee. 2 employee records for the same individual puts out headcount report out of sync. Can an employee be assigned under different personnel area. Another question I have is that we have 2 employees who belong to UK office, but are working in Ireland and paid through our Ireland office payroll. Is it possible to create a personnel area specifically for these individuals so the UK offices can view the employee records. Please help. Many thanks...)

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Certainly, it is possible to design an Oracle database (or any other) and applications to recognize that 2 employees at different locations are the same employee. An associative table is just one way to accomplish this. I suspect you are looking for an easy way to do this within one of Oracle’s (or some 3rd party’s) application suites. We don’t use those where I work, so I can’t help with that. I’m sure others in your target group, but they’ll need to know what you’re using to be able to respond intelligently.

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    If at all possible do not create multiple identities for a given person, because that "cure" usually has effects that are worse than the problem beinmg cured. Are you using SAP HR? Multiple or single instances? One solution is to move the HR data to a data warehouse and create reports specific to seconded (which seems to be your Irish case) or split working (the UK/Switzerland case. Alternatively, you can create HR ad hoc reports, which access the needed data in the desired way, and then give the users access to the reports without opening them up to full access to the other entities' HR data.
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