HUMAN RESOURCE

Course Contents

 Human Resources (HR) / Human Capital Management (HCM)

  1. Introduction to SAP.
  • Navigation with R/3 system.
  • Identification of commonly used tools.
  • Description of when to use common tools.
  1. Structures in SAP HR.
  • Enterprise structure.
  • Personnel structure.
  • Organization structure.
  1. Enterprise structure.
  • Company code.
  • Personnel area.
  • Personnel sub area.
  1. Personnel structure.
  • Employee groups.
  • Employee sub groups.
  • Payroll accounting area.
  1. Organization structure.
  • Organizational objects: Organizational Units, Jobs, Positions, and Tasks.
  • Reporting structures.
  • Relationship infotypes.
  1. Qualification and Requirements.
  • Structuring qualifications catalogue.
  • Qualifications profiles and requirement profiles.
  • Profile matching.
  1. Recruitment.
  • Crate vacancies and advertisements.
  • Record applicants.
  • Applicant procedures, applicant screening.
  • Perform applicant activities.
  • Perform applicant actions.
  • Print letters.
  • Hire an applicant.
  1. Payroll.
  • Overview of payroll accounting.
  • Payroll area.
  • Control record.
  • Pay scale types.
  • Pay scale areas.
  • Pay scale groups and levels.
  • Wage types.
  • Generation of payroll periods.
  • Payroll run. (USA, INDIA)
  • Remuneration statement.
  1. Human Resource Master Data.
  • Personal actions.
  • Maintain and display HR master data infotypes.
  1. Time Management.
  • Creation of public holiday calendars.
  • Configuration of work schedules and individual elements of work
  • schedule
  • Time Date recording and Administration.
  • Integration of Time Management with other R/3 applications
  1. Training and event management.
  • Relationship to other application components.
  • Structure and Functions of Business event hierarchy.
  • Business event preparation.
  • Business event catalog.
  • Day – to – Day activities.
  • Recurring activities.
  • Data model.
  1. Human Resource information system.
  • Overview and concept.
  • SAP query generation: Queries, Functional Areas, User groups.
  • Report selection using Report Tree and Application menu.
  1. Miscellaneous Topics.
  • Creation of PA infotypes.
  • Creation of PD infotypes.
  • Infotype Menus.
  • Screen Modifications.