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How does the mutations reporting work?
How does the mutations reporting work?

In this article, we will explain how you can use the mutations report found in the reports feature.

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Written by Nadja
Updated over a week ago

In the mutations report, you will find an overview of all changes within your employees’ profiles and employment terms. You can see at a glance whether your employees have moved, but also an overview of newly added contracts and salary increases. The changes can be easily exported, for example, to send to your payroll administrator.

From 1 November 2023, you can see when and by whom the following items have been changed.

  1. Profiles

  2. Employments

  3. Contracts

  4. Employment terms

  5. Schedules


In the overview of Mutations, you will see the following columns:


The colleague whose data has been mutated.


What happened, e.g. a modification, addition, deletion or import.


The date and time of the mutation.

Mutated by

The colleague who made the change.

Integration status

If you use one of our payroll integrations, this column shows the export status of the mutation. You can see immediately whether the mutation was successfully processed to the payroll integration or whether something went wrong.


All overviews are set to this month by default. Do you want to view data from a specific period? You can use the filter and navigation buttons to jump through the different periods.

Export mutations

For example - you want to submit last month's mutations manually to the payroll administrator.

  1. Filter on the month for which you want to export the mutations.

  2. Click on the export button (X)

  3. You will receive an e-mail as soon as the export is ready

  4. This export file is automatically added in HoorayHR in Documenten > Exports

  5. From there, you can download it as an Excel file and see all the tabs with the changes

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