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emcaravans
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Terminating an employee in STP who was reinstated

I have an employee who was terminated on the 30.8.2019 via STP. The ATO was notified and there was no ETP payments.

 

On the 14.9.2020 the employee was reinstated following the instructions for reinstating an employee.

 

The employee will be leaving soon (no ETP payments) and when I go into the Employment Terminations tab in Payroll Reporting, he is listed as being terminated on his original termination date of the 30.9.2019 in both the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 FY.

 

How do I enter the new termination date for this employee?

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Tracey_H
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Re: Terminating an employee in STP who was reinstated

Hi @emcaravans 

 

Thanks for your post. You can remove the termination date in the Payroll reporting centre by doing the following:

 

  1. Go to the Payroll Reporting Centre
  2. Click Employment terminations.
  3. Click the ellipsis button for the terminated employee and choose Remove termination.

You can then enter the new termination date: Terminate an employee in STP

 

Please let me know if you need further help.

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Tracey
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