SAP HR Personnel Administration And Recruitment : Technical Reference And Learning Guide

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Product Specifications

Publisher PHI Learning All HR books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120342231
Author: P. K. Agrawal
Number of Pages 713
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SAP HR Personnel Administration And Recruitment : Technical Reference And Learning Guide by P. K. Agrawal
Book Summary:

SAP is a great software. One needs to fully understand its features in order to effectively exploit them for the benefit of customers.

Mr. Agrawal’s books on SAP HR have a unique approach. A chapter usually focuses on a single business concept, and discusses the user interface as well as its associated configuration. This logical division makes it easier for readers to understand the functionality.

Another important feature of these books is the level of detail. Each screen and each field in a screen is explained. Explanation includes meaning, use case and in some cases guidelines. Details are balanced by overviews explaining the concepts and their relationships.

While explaining functionality, Mr. Agrawal has made efforts to highlight what can be done and how it is to be done. This is particularly important for less experienced users and consultants.

Indicating chapter numbers against each menu and configuration item is a very useful innovation, as it establishes direct link between the SAP system and the book.

Another useful feature is that these books can be read not only by consultants, but also by users, business process owners and even by senior managers. The importance of each topic for each category of users is specified.

Mr. Agrawal has taken considerable pains in writing these books, and I congratulate Mr. Agrawal on his achievement and thank him for his contribution to the SAP community.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Management students.
Table Content :

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION

1. Infotypes

2. Common Infotype Structure

3. Actions

4. Organizational Assignment

5. Personal Data

6. Payroll Status

7. Challenge

8. Addresses 

9. Planned Working Time

10. Contract Elements

11. Monitoring of Tasks 

12. Family Member/Dependents 

13. Education 

14. Other/Previous Employers 

15. Skills 

16. Internal Medical Service 

17. Powers of Attorney

18. Internal Data 

19. Corporate Functions 

20. Company Instructions

21. Insurance 

22. Objects on Loan

23. Date Specifications

24. Works Councils 

25. Disciplinary Action and Grievances

26. Communication 

27. Employee’s Applicant Number 

28. Calculation of Employment Period

29. Wage Type

30. Basic Pay 

31. Bank Details 

32. External Bank Transfers 

33. Recurring Payments/Deductions 

34. Additional Payments 

35. Cost Distribution 

36. Loans

37. Membership Fees 

38. Notifications 

39. Additional Off-cycle Payments 

40. ESS Settings Remuneration Statement 

41. Infotype Properties 

42. Infotype Menus

43. Infotype Screens 

44. Infotype Change Tracking

45. Cost Assignment

46. Payment Model 

47. Ad Hoc Query 

48. HIS 

49. Authorizations 

50. Optical Archiving 

51. Concurrent Employment 

RECRUITMENT

52. Recruitment Process

53. Applicant

54. Application

55. Vacancy Assignment

56. Applicant Action

57. Applicant Activities

58. Applicant Activity Status

59. Applicant’s Personnel Number 

60. Applicant’s Organizational Assignment

61. Applicant’s Contract Elements

62. Other Recruitment Configuration 

63. Utilities

Index

World Government • World Language

Good Governance

City without Traffic Lights 

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