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Hi, late last year I "terminated" a permanent part time employee as she was leaving to concentrate on her studies. This week she has come back as a casual (25% loading, no personal or annual leave accrual) to help out while one of my staff is off sick. I'm not sure how to undo the "termination" and change the pay and conditions without making permanent retrospect changes. Do I just re-enter her as a new person, or go into the payroll personal details and delete the termination date and re-enter this week's date as start date and enter new hourly pay and conditions? If I do the latter, will her previous information still exist? Thank you , Jackie

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Re: Payroll

Hi @JackieBell,

 

When reinstating an employee, we only need to remove the Termination Details existing on their Card file and this will allow you to start re-setting up their Entitlements to start them on your next Pay Cycle.

 

We have an Online help article that goes through the steps on reinstating an Employee, I have included the link below:

 

Reinstating an employee:
http://help.myob.com/wiki/x/VacHAQ

 

Please feel free to reach out if you have any other questions.

 

Cheers,

Hayden


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Re: Payroll

Hi Hayden,

 

Thank you very much, that was easier than I thoughtSmiley Happy

Kind Regards, Jackie

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