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Summary

The State of Alaska requires the reporting of the Alaska-specific Occupational Code and Geographical Code (sometimes referred to as Area Code) quarterly. This reporting is done in conjunction with the quarterly State Unemployment Insurance reporting. It is an additional reporting requirement for the State of Alaska and is not required in other states.

The system-supplied report can be accessed through the use of the Tax Reporter, which can be launched by using Transaction Code PU19. When the SUI report is run for the State of Alaska, it needs to contained this additional information for each employee.

 

Tables to be populated

The tables that need to be configured in order to properly report the Alaska Occupational Codes and Area Codes are shown below. 

Table T5UAC    -   Create Alaska Geographical Codes        

Table T5USO    -   Create Alaska Occupational Code

Table 528B_C   -   Create Positions

Table T5U28_B -   Relate each SAP (Alaska) Position to Workers’ Comp Code

Table T5U28_C -   Relate each SAP (Alaska) Position to Alaska Occupational Codes & Geographical Codes

Table T5UAC

This table is used to create valid Alaska Geographical Codes (often referred to as Area Codes). A source of information for the Area Codes is the web site shown below. The URL is: http://www.labor.state.ak.us/research/erg/occmanual.pdf

The navigation path through the IMG is: Personnel Management > Personnel Administration > Organizational Data > Workers’ Compensation > State-Specific Settings > Define area codes (Alaska only)

Table T5USO

This table is used to create valid Alaska Occupational Codes (sometimes called Standard Occupational Codes). A source of information for the Standard Occupational Codes is the web site shown below. The URL is: http://www.labor.state.ak.us/research/erg/occmanual.pdf

The navigation path through the IMG is: Personnel Management > Personnel Administration > Organizational Data > Workers’ Compensation > State-Specific Settings > Define standard occupational codes (Alaska only)

Table 528B_C 

This table is used to create valid SAP Position Codes. Table updates will be necessary from time-to-time, as new positions are created in Alaska. This is necessary because of the need to relate SAP Position Codes in Alaska to State of Alaska Standard Occupational Codes and Area Codes.

The navigation path through the IMG is: Personnel Management > Personnel Administration > Organizational Data > Organizational Assignment > Organizational Plan > Define Positions

Table T5U28_B

This table is used to associate an SAP Position in Alaska with a Workers’ Comp State and a Workers’ Comp Code. This is necessary in order for the Workers’ Comp Report to display the appropriate code. If this step is missed, the workers in Alaska will not display on the Workers’ Comp Report with a Workers’ Comp Code. The system evaluates each employee’s information when producing reports. If the SAP Position is in the workers’ comp tables, the system uses it. Otherwise, it looks to the table that converts the SAP Job to the Workers’ Comp Code. If this table is not populated before Table T5U28_C, it isn’t possible to enter the workers’ comp code. 

The navigation path through the IMG is: Personnel Management > Personnel Administration > Organizational Data > Workers’ Compensation > Assign WC codes to organizational structures. Once the navigation is complete, a table (from which you’ll need to make a selection) will appear. Double click on the item “Assign WC codes to positions”.

Table T5U28_C

This table is used to associate an SAP Position in Alaska with an Alaska Occupational Code (Standard Occupational Code) and an Alaska Geographical Code (Area Code).

The navigation path through the IMG is: Personnel Management > Personnel Administration > Organizational Data > Workers’ Compensation > State-Specific Settings > Assign attributes to positions (WY, AK)


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