On the Back Office -> Survey -> Processes -> Year-on-Year Employment Group Mapping page, the way that you choose the employment groups you wish to map has been improved.
The big, long, confusing drop-down lists which contain all of the employment groups from a company survey have been replaced with a new multi-level control like shown below:
They work in the same way as other similar controls in Back Office, e.g. select an employment group from level 1 and the level 2 drop-down appears, etc.
The last selected employment group will be the one used for the mapping. In the example above, Survey 1's selected employment group is level 4 (A0R1 - East Scotland). Similarly for Survey 2.
If, for example, you wanted to map the level 3 group, make sure that the level 3 drop-down has an employment group selected and the level 4 drop-down is left blank.
One main thing to be aware of is that employment groups with existing mappings will still appear in the employment group selectors to be selected (previously, any that were previously mapped were removed from the drop-down). This is to make sure that you are still able to navigate down to lower levels. For example, if an employment group was removed from Level 1, and its child employment groups will no longer be accessible.
Don't worry if you do try to map an employment group that has already been mapped, a message will appear saying that the mapping cannot be made, along with a reason as to why it cannot be mapped.