BN103 - Mass Benefit Termination
Run Mass Benefit Termination (BN103) to terminate benefits for employees in a
BN103 stops an employee's benefit, deductions and, if applicable, standard
If you run BN103 to stop flex benefits, BN103 stops the employee's flex
dollar record and all benefits under the flex plan. Flex benefits are stopped
in reverse order; that is, the last benefit added is stopped first and the
first benefit added is stopped last.
You can terminate benefits for all employees under the plan or for employees
in a process level, a processing group, an employee group. If a plan's
Coverage Type in BN15.1 (Benefit Plan) is Coverage Options, you canterminate
benefits for a specific plan option.
You can create a CSV (comma-separated value) file for each of the terminated
benefits. This file can be used as the basis for an in put file for BN531
(Benefits Conversion) if you want to transfer the employees to a new plan or
plan or plan option.
For each employee whose benefit was stopped, the report shows the following
- start date,
- coverage option,
- multiple of salary,
- coverage amount,
- the annual employee contribution,
- whether the contribution is a percent or an amount,
- the employee's pre-tax and after-tax contribution, and
- the company contribution.
STANDTIME - The Payroll Standard Time Record file is updated for defined
contribution plans when employee benefits are deleted or when
contributions are changed or added.
PAYDEDUCTN - The Employee Payment Deductions file is accessed to ensure
benefits are not deleted if payments exist.
PERSGROUP - The Employee Group Header file is accessed to verify that the
PGEMPLOYEE - The Employee Group Employees file is accessed to retrieve all
the employees in a group and to verify if an employee is in the
PGSELECT - The Employee Group Selection Criteria file is accessed to
retrieve the selection criteria for the employee group.
PLAN - The Benefits Plan file is used to verify that a plan exists.
PREMDEDHST - The Employee Deduction History file is accessed to ensure a
benefit is not deleted if a deduction was taken.
PREMIUM - The Benefit Plan Premium file is accessed to compare the plan
contribution type with the premium contribution type to be sure
it is the same. The file
also verifies that the premium exists.
PROTPAYPRD - The Overtime Pay Periods file is accessed to retrieve the pay
period start and end dates for entry verification.
PROTWRKPRD - The Overtime Work Periods file is accessed to retrieve the
work period start and stop dates for entry verification.
PROVERTIME - The Overtime Pay Plan file is accessed to verify that the pay
PRPROCGRP - The Payroll Process Group file is accessed to verify that the
processing group exists.
PRRATEHIST - The Employee Rate History file is accessed to retrieve the
salary for the "as of" date.
PRSAGDTL - The Step and Grade Schedule Detail file is accessed to
retrieve the salary if there is a pay step.
PRSAGHEAD - The Step and Pay Schedule Header file is accessed to retrieve
the salary for an employee with a pay step.
PRSYSTEM - The HR Company and Process Levels file is accessed to verify
that the company exists.
PRTAXLEVY - The Payroll Tax Levy file is accessed to verify the IRS levy
table for the effective year.
PRTIME - The Employee Pay/Hours History file is accessed to calculate
the waiting period.
PSGRELATE - The Pay Class/Pay Summary Group Relation file is accessed to
determine if hours should be added or subtracted.
RATETBLDTL - The Rate Table Detail file is accessed to retrieve the current
RATETBLHDR - The Rate Table Header file is used to verify rate table codes.
RESTRANS - The Spending Account Transactions file is accessed to ensure
benefits are not deleted if a spending account plan still