Personnel

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by Arun Kumar Timalapur, SAP ERP HCM Consultant, SAP India June 2, 2015
HR – 

Arun Kumar Timalapur shows how to integrate SAP ERP HCM qualifications with SuccessFactors HCM suite competencies using the Integration Add-On 3.0 for Support Package 00. This integration is achieved using SAP HANA Cloud Integration as middleware.


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by Sruthi Jain, CRM Consultant, SAP October 21, 2013
BI/Financials/HR/SAP Professional Journal/SCM – 
Sruthi Jain explains how to customize customer surveys for different scenarios in the shared-services framework add-on for SAP CRM 7.0.

 


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by Greg Newman, HCM Consultant, Newhit Ltd. August 2, 2013
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 – HR hub advisor Greg Newman shows you a nifty trick to help users find employees faster and more efficiently when accessing transactions PA20, PA30, and PA40.


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by Mark S. Jackson, HCM Senior Manager, Accenture December 6, 2012
HR/SAP Professional Journal – 

In this article by Mark Jackson, he discusses best practices for properly maintaining employee data using Management of Global Employment (MGE). Learn about the various tools offered by MGE that you can use to make sure that employee data is valid and accurate. He also covers some of the most common issues facing SAP ERP HCM users and shows how to resolve them.


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by Shariq Badar, Senior SAP HCM Consultant November 27, 2012
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Learn from Shariq Bader how you can use personnel calculation rules (PCRs) to automatically calculate in certain circumstances, and how you can call a payroll period in a PCR to process a wage type for a particular payroll period during a payroll run.


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by Raghavendran Parthasarathy, Principal Consultant, Hexaware Technologies September 18, 2012
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This informative article by HR expert and frequent HR hub contributor, Raghavendran Parthasarathy, shows you how to align personnel assets assigned to employees and, at the same time, streamline the associated organizational SAP ERP HCM processes.


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by Vamsi Mohan, SAP HR Consultant, Accenture November 11, 2011
HR – 

Learn about the tools available to rectify incorrect employee hiring and leaving dates in the SAP ERP HCM system.


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by Jennifer Adams, Principal Consultant, AspireHR May 26, 2011
HR – 
Here is a quick and easy way for determining whether master data should be in a grandfathered plan.

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by Raghavendran Parthasarathy, Principal Consultant, Hexaware Technologies January 14, 2010
HR – 
Learn how to unlock a Payroll and Time schema that was locked earlier by a user who either is no longer with the company or who does not exist in the system.

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by Nitin Fuldeore, SAP HCM, IBM USA December 9, 2009
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Learn how to modify the standard organization and staffing interface to integrate custom built infotypes in detailed views of the transaction PPOSE. This integration means users do not have to resort to another transaction to view most custom Organizational Management/Personnel Development infotype information when they are using PPOSE.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions December 15, 2003
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Succession planning allows companies to build plans for developing and retaining talent. The SAP R/3 Human Resources module offers standard functionality for succession planning, career planning, and employee development. The author focuses on how to build and use the career object in R/3 as part of your overall succession plan.


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by Danielle Larocca, Senior Vice President, Human Capital Management, EPI-USE Labs December 15, 2003
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The author explains that when you terminate an employee in R/3, the only thing the system does is delimit (put an end date on) the A 008 (holder) relationship between the person and the position. That is why the position object still exists after the employee has been terminated. She then discusses how to distinguish between a vacant position that will be filled from one that will not, and explains how to clean out positions that will not be filled.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions November 15, 2003
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Imagine you've been asked to make large-scale changes to Personnel Development (PD) objects in R/3. As part of a restructuring, your boss needs you to change the object validity ending date for all 2,000 positions that are related to a specific organizational unit and its subordinate units. The author explains how the use of evaluation paths can help.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions October 15, 2003
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Routine maintenance of Personnel Development (PD) objects can become complicated if one or more of the objects involved has been improperly deleted from R/3 or has become invalid. In some instances, you may be unable to proceed with the maintenance on these objects because of this inconsistent state. This article shows you what report to use to solve the problem.

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by Danielle Larocca, Senior Vice President, Human Capital Management, EPI-USE Labs October 15, 2003
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When you want to perform calculations on your data, you may be accustomed to downloading an R/3 report into Microsoft Excel and performing calculations there. However, you can save yourself some work by creating the calculated fields in SAP Query itself. Using an example query, the author shows you how.

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by Danielle Larocca, Senior Vice President, Human Capital Management, EPI-USE Labs August 15, 2003
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The configuration of personnel actions such as hiring, terminations, and organizational assignments in R/3 is completely customizable. The R/3-delivered actions, also known as personnel events, can be customized to your company's needs so that you can collect necessary data and assign specific employment statuses. The employee data collected during your actions then can be classified with reason codes that will provide you with better employee groupings for reporting. The author says that to achieve the best results, you should ask three questions before you configure new actions.

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by Rehan Zaidi, Senior SAP Technical Consultant July 15, 2003
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The Personnel Administration (PA) submodule contains a plethora of interrelated infotypes. Your business process may demand that changes made in one infotype affect the fields of another, or that they trigger an entirely separate activity. Imagine yourself in a situation where you may be required to create a tax infotype automatically for an employee when he is hired. Or you want SAP Office mail to be sent automatically to an administrator when an employee is transferred into her region. How do you deal with this type of requirement? Using dynamic actions is the answer.

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by Danielle Larocca, Senior Vice President, Human Capital Management, EPI-USE Labs June 15, 2003
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There's a common misconception that the pay grade value entered in the Personnel Development side attached to a job or position is linked directly to the infotype 0008 on the Personnel Administration side. Actually, the only link that exists is one that allows you to have a value default on the infotype 008 screen during an entry, organizational event, or action.

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by Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS | Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP May 15, 2003
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As of Release 4.5, R/3 provides infotype-subtype configuration that allows you to indicate which countries can use an infotype. It allows you to omit invalid choices so that end users don't select them by mistake.

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by Clay Molinari, SAP HR Consultant, C&C Savant, Inc. April 15, 2003
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Many users of SAP HR find their first big adjustment is becoming familiar with the use of personnel numbers to identify employees. A system-generated identifier is used as the primary key. Users most likely will not know the personnel number of an employee for whom they wish to process a transaction. This article demonstrates several ways to locate it.