Maintain job versions (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: July 19, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Human resources > Common > Organization > Jobs. Click Maintain versions.

Use this form to maintain job versions. A job version is a type of date effective record. Date effective records contain changes to a record, in this case a job record, that are effective on a specific date and time. For more information, refer to Maintain records.

For example, the job HR Assistant will become a full-time job in one month. Instead of waiting one month to modify the job record, you can use the Maintain job versions form to change the Full-time equivalent field to be 1 now, and you can enter a date and time that is one month from today in the Effective field. In one month, the HR Assistant job record will indicate that the job is now a full-time job without any further action from you.

The following table provides descriptions for the controls in this form.

Field

Description

Effective

Select the date that the job version becomes active.

The changes that you make to fields on this form will be effective on the date and time that you enter in this field.

Expiration

Select the date that the job version expires. Select never if the job version does not expire.

The changes that you make to fields on this form will expire on the date and time that you enter in this field.

Description

Enter the description of the job.

Title

Select a title for the job.

Full-time equivalent

Enter an employment factor for the job. For example 1 indicates full-time employment and .5 indicates half-time employment.

Job type

Select the job type. For more information about job types, see About departments, jobs, and positions.

Function

Select the job function.

Description

Enter additional information about the job classification.

Level

Select a wage level for the job.

Survey company

Select the company that is responsible for the survey that was applied to establish the market-based pay range for the job.

Reference job

Enter in an external survey company job code used to rate this job.

Source

Enter the source of information for the market-based pay range.

Low threshold

Enter the minimum amount that someone in the job will get paid.

Control point

Enter the amount that is the base level for an employee in the job.

High threshold

Enter the maximum amount that someone in the job will get paid.


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