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Interfacing new Employees into Lawson
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Joe O'Toole
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11/12/2009 3:39 PM

    We're going to be implementing an Applicant Tracking system and will need to interface data for applicants that are selected for hire into Lawson. Our existing hire process is manual and it invokes a custom DS form built off of HR11. Since we will be automating I was considering using HR511 (CSV) for this new interface. I've not used HR511 since we went live on Lawson - does anyone know if HR511 provisions the employee in Lawson to the same extent that HR11 does or is there extra work to be done? I'd also like to hear if anyone knows of another program or data format (supported by Lawson of course) that could be used (XML, etc.). Thanks.

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    11/24/2009 4:22 PM
    Yes, HR511 does the same thing that HR11 does. This brings in a csv file format that’s pretty straightforward. I believe there is an instructional doc on the knowledge base that explains field by field what the data is used for in each field.
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    11/25/2009 6:41 AM
    The only piece the HR511 doesn't update are any user fields that you generally add when a new record is entered. If you have required fields, you may need to use the HR515 to complete the process.
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    11/25/2009 10:02 AM

    Thanks for the info. We've heard of some other shops also interfacing applicant, job history and education info with PA531, 533 and PA520 but this appears to be above and beyond what is needed to provision a new employee record. Has anyone had the need to interface new hire data into PR13.1 for tax setup? I believe our HR people occaisionally need to make adjustments in PR13.1 for out of state employees after an HR11 record is added.

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    11/27/2009 11:29 AM

    Yep...for PA residents working in NJ, make sure that you update PR13 for their certiified no resident code. You don't want the wrong taxes to come out.

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