Configure HR Actions/Events to Improve Your Reports

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    Operational Excellence: Achieving S&OP Success

    The majority of companies that have implemented S&OP do not have a fully mature process in place, leaving gaps between a company’s current S&OP process and what is possible. Many report they are “going through the motions,” lack executive support, struggle with end-to-end integration of their supply chains, and continue to operate in functional silos. Arguably, the biggest…...…
  2. Configure HR Actions/Events to Improve Your Reports

    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…...…
  3. Enhance Benefits Plan Eligibility with a User Exit

    The R/3 benefits module provides a variety of ways to configure eligibility for benefits plans. Macro-eligibility is determined by the first and second program groups, which prior to Release 4.5 were known as “benefit group” and “benefit status.” Micro-eligibility is controlled through eligibility rules. Common criteria such as age, zip code, and number of scheduled…...…
  4. Understand Payroll Wage Type Processing: Payroll Schema and Rule Basics

    Payroll schemas and rules are the bridge between HR Master Data and Payroll results. Creating that bridge is similar to writing programs and performing table configuration. Rules and schemas can be a confusing process for those who are not familiar with the concepts. Configured correctly, they can lead to a stable payroll calculation. Done incorrectly,…...…
  5. Create New Infotypes or Enhance Standard Ones to Meet User Needs

    Many R/3 users need to store data that does not fit into a standard infotype. Using methods provided by SAP, they can create customer-specific infotypes or extend existing ones to meet their needs. The authors discuss some considerations in making the decision about which option to use, and give you some time-saving hints from their…...…