I don't know what could be the reasons that 2 employees would be related to the same user. I think there is some security issues. Please let know the reasons if it is normal?
There are specific situations where this might be necessary.
For example, in a multicompany setting, the same person could be employee in two companies, and have distinct work/job related data for each. In fact, in company groups this even is frequent for top managers.
Another example is a rehire, where you choose (or be legally required to) to create a new employee record instead of reactivating the former one, so to keep the history information from the previous situation.
I would like some clarification on how best to go about setting this up correctly for myself.
Daniel's comment makes perfect sense to me and is the approach I was intending on taking for myself.
I run three companies. My main company is the major shareholder in the two other companies and would sit as the parent of the company hierarchy.
I have very different roles in each company, and different charge out rates. The difficulty I face is how to set this up so that I can choose between each role and charge out rate on projects that are collaborations between theses companies.
I want to have the one user account only as god knows i have enough logins and passwords as it is!
Can anyone link to some documentation on this please? I can't seem to find anything specific to this use case.
If you mean that two different employees (from res.user) relate to the same user (res.partner), it is a bit weird to have a situation like that. I do not know if it is possible to that without modifying the database, I just wonder if this situation is something you have in your database.
If so, can you tell us how you did it, or how you have discovered this situation?
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