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USPS Process Guide – Chapter 3 – New Hires/Transfers-in/Multiple Employment – HO2U1 – Additional Labor Codes

Screen: HO2U1
Prerequisites: HNPU1
Key Fields: AGENCY, POSITION, EFFECTIVE DATE
Step Action
1
Access HO2U1 through HNPU1 or HMPNH/HR.
2
Enter I in the SUBCOMMAND field to insert a new record.
3
Enter the following fields as required:
AGENCY (Key)
POSITION (Key)
EFFECTIVE DATE (Key)
LABOR CODE (Required)
Enter P (PCA), I (index) or A (agency-defined) followed by a five-digit program cost account or index, which indicates the additional funding source for this position assignment. Establish the PCA or index in USAS. If your agency validates the PCA/index against the organization code, the PCA/index must be set up for the organization code on HMMU1 (PCA/Index Validation).
PERCENT (Required)
Enter the percentage of the position assignment salary that will be charged to the fund indicated by the labor code. Enter the percentage as a decimal; for example, enter .500 for 50 percent.
4
Press Enter to process the transaction. Once processed, the following fields display:
EMPLOYEE SSN (Display)
The SSN of the employee currently assigned to this position.
NAME (Display)
The name of the employee currently assigned to this position.
ORGANIZATION (Display)
The organization code of the position. Values are established on the HNORG (Organization Table).
POSITION INACTIVE DT (Display)
The date that the position became or will become inactive (MM/DD/YYYY).
PRIMARY LABOR CODE (Display)
The primary labor code P (PCA) or I (Index) for the position, followed by 5-digits of the labor distribution code. For example: P12345. The primary labor code is the program cost account (PCA) or index established by agencies in Uniform Statewide Accounting System (USAS). The PCA/Index must be set up in USAS by your accounting staff.
PRIMARY LABOR PERCENT (Display)

The percentage of salary or pay that will be charged to the primary labor code.

Note: When a regular payroll is run, labor code splits can be verified through Report 1004 (Transaction Balance Report).

Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Questions? Contact statewide.accounting@cpa.texas.gov
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