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Wed, May, 6th 2020

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Enhancement Request to Permanently set size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999.

I've opened an enchancement request. If you've been running into the same issues, I'd kindly ask that you take a look at the request and endorse it.

Opened Enhacement Request - 55791, Set Size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999

Description
The PR140 PRDED-DED-Table is currently set at a default of 500. Each time we have a patch that touches the tables/libraries, it overrides the 999 and puts it back to 500. This results in an issue where PR140 does not run and  Read more...therefore interrupts our Payroll process. When you have employees who have been employed with organization for 30+ years, it is very easy to go over that 500 limit. We are not able to purge the records because we require the historical data for other HR purposes.

Work Around
Current workaround is to open a ticket with Infor and have them verify the table size. When a patch is applied, it must either be addressed as part of the install or another ticket must be opened to check the size and change, if necessary.

Proposed Solution
Permanently set size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999. Show less...
Accounts Payable
Lawson
Regulatory Enhancement Request
Enterprise Resource Planning
Financial Management
Human Capital Management
I've opened an enchancement request. If you've been running into the same issues, I'd kindly ask that you take a look at the request and endorse it. Opened Enhacement Request - 55791, Set Size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999 Description The PR140 PRDED-DED-Table is currently set at a default of 500. Each time we have a patch that touches the tables/libraries, it overrides the 999 and puts it back to 500. This results in an issue where PR140 does not run and therefore interrupts our Payroll process. When you have employees who have been employed with organization for 30+ years, it is very easy to go over that 500 limit. We are not able to purge the records because we require the historical data for other HR purposes. Work Around Current workaround is to open a ticket with Infor and have them verify the table size. When a patch is applied, it must either be addressed as part of the install or another ticket must be opened to check the size and change, if necessary. Proposed Solution Permanently set size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999.
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Enhancement Request to Permanently Set Size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999

I've opened an enchancement request. If you've been running into the same issues, I'd kindly ask that you take a look at the request and endorse it.

Opened Enhacement Request - 55791, Set Size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999

Description
The PR140 PRDED-DED-Table is currently set at a default of 500. Each time we have a patch that touches the tables/libraries, it overrides the 999 and puts it back to 500. This results in an issue where PR140 does not run and  Read more...therefore interrupts our Payroll process. When you have employees who have been employed with organization for 30+ years, it is very easy to go over that 500 limit. We are not able to purge the records because we require the historical data for other HR purposes.

Work Around
Current workaround is to open a ticket with Infor and have them verify the table size. When a patch is applied, it must either be addressed as part of the install or another ticket must be opened to check the size and change, if necessary.

Proposed Solution
Permanently set size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999. Show less...
Lawson
Technology
Accounts Payable
Human Capital Management
Financial Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
I've opened an enchancement request. If you've been running into the same issues, I'd kindly ask that you take a look at the request and endorse it. Opened Enhacement Request - 55791, Set Size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999 Description The PR140 PRDED-DED-Table is currently set at a default of 500. Each time we have a patch that touches the tables/libraries, it overrides the 999 and puts it back to 500. This results in an issue where PR140 does not run and therefore interrupts our Payroll process. When you have employees who have been employed with organization for 30+ years, it is very easy to go over that 500 limit. We are not able to purge the records because we require the historical data for other HR purposes. Work Around Current workaround is to open a ticket with Infor and have them verify the table size. When a patch is applied, it must either be addressed as part of the install or another ticket must be opened to check the size and change, if necessary. Proposed Solution Permanently set size for PR140 PRDED-DED-Table to 999.
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RPI Consultants - Infor/Lawson Community ~ Registration is now open for RPI's VUE (Virtual User Exchange)! @Infor #LAWSON #Infor #WorkOutLoud
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Wed, March, 11th 2020

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Our HR Department currently keys in employee information to our various benefit providers web portals. Is anyone doing this with an API or some other mass upload?

Uploading employee information to BCBS-IL
Human Capital Management
Technology
Lawson
Benefits programming
Uploading employee information to BCBS-IL
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We have customized the Infor Lawson 834 program (BN106 on version 10) to send benefit enrollment files weekly to Wellmark, Avesis, and Delta Dental. We use IPA or SSIS to send enrollment files to Voya, MetLife, etc
We have customized the Infor Lawson 834 program (BN106 on version 10) to send benefit enrollment files weekly to Wellmark, Avesis, and Delta Dental. We use IPA or SSIS to send enrollment files to Voya, MetLife, etc
Tue, January, 7th 2020

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Job Opportunity- Benefits Coordinator

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The Kennedy Center is currently seeking a Benefits Coordinator to join our team! The Benefits Coordinator provides support and assists in the administration and processing of employee benefits and the day-to-day operations. This position will ensure data integrity, test system changes, analyze data for process and procedure improvement, and create/maintain various reports. They will respond to employee questions and process an array of employee system actions including terminations, new hires,  Read more...and promotions. They will assist with the administration of the health and welfare plans, respond to employee questions, coordinate and maintain benefit enrollment and termination.

Interested candidates may view the full job description at: www.kennedy-center.org/jobs Show less...
Lawson
Jobs
The Kennedy Center is currently seeking a Benefits Coordinator to join our team! The Benefits Coordinator provides support and assists in the administration and processing of employee benefits and the day-to-day operations. This position will ensure data integrity, test system changes, analyze data for process and procedure improvement, and create/maintain various reports. They will respond to employee questions and process an array of employee system actions including terminations, new hires, and promotions. They will assist with the administration of the health and welfare plans, respond to employee questions, coordinate and maintain benefit enrollment and termination. Interested candidates may view the full job description at: www.kennedy-center.org/jobs
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Thu, January, 2nd 2020

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PR13 and W4

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Does anyone understand how the Martial Status on the W4 correspond to the options on PR13? Specifically the option for Married filing jointly. I see there are a few different options, but don't really understand what they mean.
Also, with the extra withholding amount where does this go on the PR13? Would it go under Tax info1, like it currently does?
Lawson
Does anyone understand how the Martial Status on the W4 correspond to the options on PR13? Specifically the option for Married filing jointly. I see there are a few different options, but don't really understand what they mean. Also, with the extra withholding amount where does this go on the PR13? Would it go under Tax info1, like it currently does?
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Hi Victoria - thanks for reaching out to us! All states differ when it comes to selecting the appropriate marital statues in PR13. The most common one used for "Married Filing Jointly" is #2 - Married. With regards to the second question: extra withholdings go under the second tab in PR13. Your tab may have been personalized to state "Tax info1", however, the tab can also be called "Addl Tax Info". It shows  Read more...Tax Code, Rate (percentage), and/or Amount to be added for extra withholdings.

Please feel free to reach out again if you have further questions! Show less...
Hi Victoria - thanks for reaching out to us! All states differ when it comes to selecting the appropriate marital statues in PR13. The most common one used for "Married Filing Jointly" is #2 - Married. With regards to the second question: extra withholdings go under the second tab in PR13. Your tab may have been personalized to state "Tax info1", however, the tab can also be called "Addl Tax Info". It shows Tax Code, Rate (percentage), and/or Amount to be added for extra withholdings. Please feel free to reach out again if you have further questions!
Sun, November, 24th 2019

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NDNQI Nursing Turnover

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We would be interested in finding out how other healthcare organizations, who use Lawson HR and report to Press Ganey (for NDNQI), gather turnover data for NDNQI. Query, manual, etc.

Thank you in advance for your responses,
Robinette
Lawson
We would be interested in finding out how other healthcare organizations, who use Lawson HR and report to Press Ganey (for NDNQI), gather turnover data for NDNQI. Query, manual, etc. Thank you in advance for your responses, Robinette
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Fri, November, 22nd 2019

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who is going to MRLUG fall meeting

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Lawson
https://lgug.workoutloud.com/Event/mrlug-winter-single-day-meeting
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Mon, November, 4th 2019

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Lawson Enhancements Please Vote

Wellspan Supply Chain has two Enhancments pending with Infor. Please vote on the following

Issue with RQ10 mismatch of From Company on line 1 not matching the Header value when Added with the Header. link: https://ers.infor.com/ers/Ers_Details.aspx?erID=43771&AER=false&tbv=1

D status added in IC11 and IC12/IC81 is not visible or usable in MSCM. link: Read more... https://ers.infor.com/ers/Ers_Details.aspx?erID=39327&AER=false&tbv=1

Per Infor, these will not move up in their priorities lists unless voted upon.

While in the Enhancements module, please look at other Enhancements and VOTE for any you feel your company could use.

Thank you!! Show less...
Lawson
Supply Chain Management
Wellspan Supply Chain has two Enhancments pending with Infor. Please vote on the following Issue with RQ10 mismatch of From Company on line 1 not matching the Header value when Added with the Header. link: https://ers.infor.com/ers/Ers_Details.aspx?erID=43771&AER=false&tbv=1 D status added in IC11 and IC12/IC81 is not visible or usable in MSCM. link: https://ers.infor.com/ers/Ers_Details.aspx?erID=39327&AER=false&tbv=1 Per Infor, these will not move up in their priorities lists unless voted upon. While in the Enhancements module, please look at other Enhancements and VOTE for any you feel your company could use. Thank you!!
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Erica, this enhancement makes too much sense, I endorsed it !!
Erica, this enhancement makes too much sense, I endorsed it !!
Fri, October, 11th 2019

Join us at IFUG in sunny St. Petersburg FL for our presentation: Enhance #Infor #Lawson and Infor CloudSuite FSM #procure-to-pay processes with document and transaction #automation and visibility. https://www.ifug.net/ Read more... https://t.co/ximgzXfa0Q Show less...
Join us at IFUG in sunny St. Petersburg FL for our presentation: Enhance #Infor #Lawson and Infor CloudSuite FSM #procure-to-pay processes with document and transaction #automation and visibility. https://www.ifug.net/ https://t.co/ximgzXfa0Q
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Wed, August, 14th 2019

BC:
Still not ready to upgrade to #CSFSM? This #webinar on 8/21 is for you! Register below for Discover how MHC's solutions optimize & automate processes in Infor #Lawson v10.

http://bit.ly/302XZaa
Still not ready to upgrade to #CSFSM? This #webinar on 8/21 is for you! Register below for "Discover how MHC's solutions optimize & automate processes in Infor #Lawson v10." http://bit.ly/302XZaa
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Tue, August, 6th 2019

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Non-Exempt hours exceeding 40 and reporting


I have been conducting test payrolls for non-exempt employees that are either paid over 40 hours and/or non-exempt employees having multiple position/rates, when both positions result in overtime.

I am familiar with a display of 45 hours paid to non-exempt on the PR140 as Regular 40 and overtime 5 while in my test using the PR132 FLSA overtime calculation, the hours are showed as Regular 45 and overtime 5(Both resulted in the same gross payment).

Also with the  Read more...non-exempt employee with multiple positions/multiple rates, I am getting the total hours worked for both positions and overtime. For example in position 1.Employee worked 32 hours regular + 10 hours overtime at Rate X and position II employee worked 8 hours regular + 10 hours overtime at Rate Y. When processed the PR140 showed 60 hours regular and 20 hours overtime at weighted average rates. Paystub showed 42 hours regular at rate X; 18 hours Regular at Rate Y; and 20 hours at Rate Z.

My concerns include:

1. Running reports for the above hours seemed overstated in hours as it shows more regular hours when processed in Lawson versus Time & Attendance hours.

2. The employee interpretation of 60 hours regular and 20 hours of overtime when accustomed to 40 hours regular and 20 hours overtime

I would appreciate any feedbacks from others who have this system which pays the combined hours and what is the best practice with regards FLSA/DOL.






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Human Capital Management
Lawson
I have been conducting test payrolls for non-exempt employees that are either paid over 40 hours and/or non-exempt employees having multiple position/rates, when both positions result in overtime. I am familiar with a display of 45 hours paid to non-exempt on the PR140 as Regular 40 and overtime 5 while in my test using the PR132 FLSA overtime calculation, the hours are showed as Regular 45 and overtime 5(Both resulted in the same gross payment). Also with the non-exempt employee with multiple positions/multiple rates, I am getting the total hours worked for both positions and overtime. For example in position 1.Employee worked 32 hours regular + 10 hours overtime at Rate X and position II employee worked 8 hours regular + 10 hours overtime at Rate Y. When processed the PR140 showed 60 hours regular and 20 hours overtime at weighted average rates. Paystub showed 42 hours regular at rate X; 18 hours Regular at Rate Y; and 20 hours at Rate Z. My concerns include: 1. Running reports for the above hours seemed overstated in hours as it shows more regular hours when processed in Lawson versus Time & Attendance hours. 2. The employee interpretation of 60 hours regular and 20 hours of overtime when accustomed to 40 hours regular and 20 hours overtime I would appreciate any feedbacks from others who have this system which pays the combined hours and what is the best practice with regards FLSA/DOL.
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What reports are you running that don't tie reg and OT hours back to your T&A system? We use Kronos and non-exempt hourly workers OT is calculated in the T&A system and regular hours and OT hours pass into Lawson via PR530. The PR132 process examines the reg and OT hours to calculate the regular rate and adjusts pay accordingly. We run a different payroll every other week. One records hours worked by day and the other records hours worked by week. Paychecks reflect summary hours  Read more...by pay type and rate. We have not experienced any hour discrepancies on payroll reports between Kronos and Lawson. Show less...
What reports are you running that don't tie reg and OT hours back to your T&A system? We use Kronos and non-exempt hourly workers OT is calculated in the T&A system and regular hours and OT hours pass into Lawson via PR530. The PR132 process examines the reg and OT hours to calculate the regular rate and adjusts pay accordingly. We run a different payroll every other week. One records hours worked by day and the other records hours worked by week. Paychecks reflect summary hours by pay type and rate. We have not experienced any hour discrepancies on payroll reports between Kronos and Lawson.
Fri, May, 31st 2019

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Enhancement Request # 26493 PR85

If you or your organization has been effected by PR85, which allows you to overwrite an item that has already been reconciled without an error message, please endorse the following Enhancement Request - https://ers.infor.com/Ers/Ers_Details.aspx?&erID=26493&tbv=1
Today is the last day to vote! We have 6 endorsements but need 4 more.
Thank you!!
Lawson
Human Capital Management
general ledger posting date error
User Groups
If you or your organization has been effected by PR85, which allows you to overwrite an item that has already been reconciled without an error message, please endorse the following Enhancement Request - https://ers.infor.com/Ers/Ers_Details.aspx?&erID=26493&tbv=1 Today is the last day to vote! We have 6 endorsements but need 4 more. Thank you!!
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Enhancement Request # 26493 - PR85

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PR85 allows you to overwrite an item that has already been reconciled without an error message, for example, you can change the rec date. We have had several people make changes unintentionally which cuases a lot of issues. In CB80, if you try to change the rec date of an item that has already been reconciled, you get the error message this form action valid on open transactions only. We would like the same error message to appear on PR85. We need your help to get this ER approved. Please  Read more...review and VOTE before the end of May. Thank you! Show less...
Lawson
PR85 allows you to overwrite an item that has already been reconciled without an error message, for example, you can change the rec date. We have had several people make changes unintentionally which cuases a lot of issues. In CB80, if you try to change the rec date of an item that has already been reconciled, you get the error message "this form action valid on open transactions only". We would like the same error message to appear on PR85. We need your help to get this ER approved. Please review and VOTE before the end of May. Thank you!
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Thank you everyone who endorsed this ER. We have 6 endorsements and need 4 more. Today is the last day to vote!
Thank you everyone who endorsed this ER. We have 6 endorsements and need 4 more. Today is the last day to vote!
Wed, April, 24th 2019

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Lawson and NextGen AP Patient Refunds

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Is anyone using NextGen and sending their patient refund files into Lawson using the exports provided in the NextGen application?

If so, how are you formatting the files (ie manually combining, customization on vendor side, etc.)?
Lawson
Is anyone using NextGen and sending their patient refund files into Lawson using the exports provided in the NextGen application? If so, how are you formatting the files (ie manually combining, customization on vendor side, etc.)?
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