Data Definitions - HRP060-A

The data columns used in the Graduate Assistant Listing report are defined on this page.

  1. Employee Primary Assignment Organization: The primary organization code and name in which the employee is assigned.
  2. Professional Name:  The employee’s professional name as indicated in the HR/Payroll system.
  3. Person ID:  An HR/Payroll system generated number linking a person to all their assignment(s).
  4. Restricted Employment Status:  Indicates if the graduate assistant or student has restricted their information in the Student Information System.  If they have, Restricted will be shown.  
  5. Personnel Number (PERNR): An HR/Payroll system generated number linking a person to an assignment. A person with concurrent employment will have multiple PERNRs but only one PERSID.
  6. Position Number:  The position number assigned to the employee’s primary position.  
  7. Employee Primary Assignment Start Date:  The employee’s assignment start date as indicated in the HR/Payroll system.  
  8. Employee Primary Assignment End Date:  The employee’s assignment end date as indicated in the HR/Payroll system.
  9. Job Title:  The employee’s primary job title or classification in which the employee is assigned. 
  10. Personnel Area Code:  The personnel area code assigned to the employee.  MSU1 = MSU US.  MSU2 = MSU Dubai.  
  11. Personnel Subarea Code:  A further breakdown of Personnel Area. The principal organization aspects of HR are controlled at this level, including work schedules, pay scales, public holiday calendar, and wage types.
  12. Employee Group Name:  Union, Non-Union, Non-Employee/No Pay. The employee group allows you to divide your employees into groups and allows you to define their relationship to the enterprise. It classifies employees into general groups for processing of Payroll, Time, and Benefits.
  13. Employee Subgroup Code - Name:  A further breakdown of Employee Group. All control features of the Personnel Structure are defined at the Employee Subgroup level including specific payroll calculations for hourly or salaried employees, work schedules, and benefit groupings.
  14. Grad Stipend:  Indicates the graduate assistant pay period amount.    
  15. Capacity Utilization Level (FTE):  The percent of employment the employee is working.