Human Capital Management

Information System Concept and Strategy – SAP UAP Fundamental

The SAP Human Resources processes include Training and Personnel Development, Management of Work Time, Compensation and Benefits, Travel Planning, and Employee Self-Service.

Typically, the organizational plan represents an organizations current department structure. Organizational units represent department, collections of departments, or teams within departments.

The Controlling Area is created by Finance and Controlling, and is not directly connected to the Organizational Plan. Note however, that Cost Centers may be applied to the Organizational Plan, and are affiliated with a Controlling Area.

All of the processes (Entry and maintenance of applicant data, Comparison of position requirements to applicant’s qualifications, and Correspondence – via standard, modifiable SAP documents) are posible for SAP HR Recruitment functions. Additionally, the applicants themselves may enter data via the Internet Application Component, and in cases where you decide to hire the applicant, you can transfer a copy of the applicant data from Recruitment to Personnel Administration, thus creating the new employee’s personnel file.

The HR system ships with hundreds of standard infotypes. Custom, user-defined infotypes may be created via various personnel actions. They may be maintained individually.

The following methods (SAP HR system entry by time administrators, SAP Cross-Application Time Sheet (CATS), Employee Self-Service (ESS) applications, and Via costumer systems with an interface to the SAP system) are used by the SAP Time Management system for recording employees’ absence and attendances.

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