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									                                     Human Capital
                                      Management
                                                (HCM)




                                          BPI - Overview




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           Goal of HCM

• Right People for Right Job at the Right Time
• Functions
  –   determining staffing needs
  –   recruitment and training
  –   time management
  –   performance issues and performance monitoring
  –   compensation and benefits
  –   proper alignment of corporate and personnel goals




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            Shift in HCM

• Effects of Globalization and Technology
  – Stereotype shift
        •   Payroll
        •   Personnel Department
        •   Human Resources
        •   Human Capital Management
              – shift from brute labor force to quality workers
                   » get rid of the fishing nets and bring in the lines
              – transform employees into competitive resources




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           Modules within HCM

• Personnel Management
   – HR Master Data, Personnel Administration, Info. Systems, Recruitment,
     Benefits & Salary Administration,
• Organizational Management
   – Organizational Structure, Staffing Schedules, Job Descriptions, Planning
     Scenarios, Personnel Cost Planning
• Payroll Accounting
   – Payroll Administration, Payroll Simulation
• Time Management
   – Shift Planning, Work Schedules, Time Recording, Absence Determination
• Personnel Development
   – Career/Succession Planning, Profile Match-ups, Training, TEMs




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           Integration of HCM

• HCM with Production
  – Shift Planning (Capacity)
• HCM with FI/CO
  – Payroll
  – Personnel Cost Planning
• HCM with MM
  – TEMs (Training and Event Management)
• HCM with SD
  – Salespeople - Commissions


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           Organizational Data

• A hierarchy in which the organizational units in an
  enterprise are arranged according to task and
  functions
• Are static data and are rarely changed
• The definition of organization units is a
  fundamental step, it is a critical factor in how the
  company will be structured




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             Structure of HCM


•   Enterprise Structure




•   Personnel Structure




•   Organizational Structure




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            Organizational Structure for HCM

• Enterprise Structure
  – This structure makes up the legal identity of the company
  – The Enterprise Structure is made up of the following
    elements:
        •   Client
        •   Company Code
        •   Personnel Area
        •   Personnel Subarea




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           Enterprise Structure

• Client
   – technical structure feature
• Company Code
   – highest level of the enterprise structure
• Personnel Area
   – divides the company into sub-units (unique to a client)
   – locations or divisions
• Personnel Subarea
   – subdivision of the personnel area (the grouping of the personnel
     area and subarea must be unique to a company code)
   – departments




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         Enterprise Structure: Pen Inc.

    Client                                     Client 420


  Company                                    Pen Inc 100
   Code



  Personnel                            P100                        P101
    Area                        Pen Inc. Central Office        Pen Inc. MFG Center




  Personnel             0001                        0002                         0001
   Subarea            Administration                 Finance                   Manufacturing




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           Personnel Structure

• This structure describes an employee’s position
  within the company in regards to work hours and
  compensation
• The Personnel Structures is made up of the
  following elements
  – Employee Group
  – Employee Subgroup
  – Payroll Area




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           Personnel Structure: Elements

• Employee Group
  – represents a division of the companies employees and
    establishes a relationship between the company and the
    employee
  – defines the extent which the employees capacity is
    available to for the company
        • Active Employee, Pensioner, Interns, External Employee




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           Personnel Structure: Elements

• Employee Subgroup
  – refines the relationship between company and employee
        • Standard Salary, Executive Salary, Daily Wage, Hourly Wage,
          Etc.
  – control features for the personnel structure are defined at
    this level.
        • employee relationship with payroll
        • eligible work schedules, wage types, attendance policy,
          restrictions for collective agreement provision




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           Personnel Structure: Elements

• Payroll Area
  – groups employees together that are paid the same (time)
        • Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly
  – the payroll area is determined from a combination of the
    Employee Group and Employee Subgroup
        • number of employees in the payroll run
        • specific dates of the payroll run




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            Organizational Structure

• This is an overview of your Company’s Organizational Plan (Org.
  Hierarchy)
   – Depicts the reporting structure and task distribution
• The Organization Structure is made up of the following elements
   – Organizational Unit
         • represent functional units within an enterprise (ex. departments)
   – Position
         • spots that are occupied by individuals (Salesperson)
   – Job
         • classifications of functions within an enterprise
               – ex. Job: Officer, which is used for Positions: CEO, CFO, COO
         • job description for numerous positions
   – Person
         • the individual, he/she is assigned to a specific position




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           Organizational Structure: Pen Inc

Organizational Units




Position



Person




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          HCM: Master Data

• Master data is relatively fixed
    – Record that contains all the necessary information to conduct
      business transactions
    – Information within a master record can and will change, our hope
      is that it does not change frequently.


• Before making the master data configurations,
  you must have completely defined the
  organizational structures



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           Employee Data

• Information must be recorded and maintained
  effectively for every employee
  – Infotypes (Information Types) are units of information
    that aid in the entry of master data and group like
    information together
• Status of the Employee will determine what
  information should be gathered
  – Active vs. Intern
  – Exempt vs. Non-exempt



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          Employee Data: Infotypes

• Numerous infotypes will be created for each employee
   – Organizational Assignment must be the first infotype recorded




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            Employee Data: Infosubtypes

• Certain data that is entered in an infotype can trigger the
  need for a infosubtype
   – ex. Family Member/Dependents
         • If you enter that you are married or have children it will generate the
           need for a spouse/child infosubtype to capture the information about the
           spouse or child(ren)
• Subtypes also allow you to account for time constraints
   – Different addresses may be current at the same time
         • Permanent Residence
         • Temporary Residence
         • Home address




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           Employee Data: Personnel Actions

• Personnel actions are a series of predefined
  infotypes that are grouped together to speed the
  data entry process
  – Hiring, Firing, Reassignment, Retiring – would all be
    examples of procedures that could be represented by a
    Personnel action
• Personnel Actions enable users to enter
  information about an employee without having to
  access each individual infotype


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          Personnel File

• Information maintained about an employee is stored in their
  Personnel File




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         HCM: Process/Functions

                                            Hire
               Recruitment                Employee


                                                         Training and
                                                         Development

                                     ESS
      Cost Planning                   Employee
                                     Self-Service
       Reporting                                            Manage Work
                                                            Time (CATS)

                         Payroll
                      Administration                Compensation
                                                     & Benefits

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         Recruitment – Selection - Hiring

                                                Applicants



                              Advertising
 Vacancy




     Hire                    Select & Notify
                                                Profile Match

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           HCM Process: Recruitment

• allows you to monitor and meet the personnel
  requirements within the company
• determines vacancies within the company
  – maintained by Personnel or Line Managers
  – the system will generate a list of all positions that are
    marked vacant
• once a vacancy has been identified advertising can
  be initiated



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           Recruitment: Advertising

• Vacancies are published in advertisements
  – internal or external announcement of a position
• The advertisements are recorded in the system
  enabling you to gather information about that
  advertisement
  –   cost
  –   applications
  –   medium
  –   recruitment instrument




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             Recruitment: Applicant Administration


•    allows a company to coordinate and monitor all the steps involved in
     the applicant process
                                      • Applicant Administration is a
                                         combination of
                                                    – receiving applications
                                                    – profile match
                                                    – selection of applicants




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           Recruitment: Applicant Administration


• Maintaining applications
  – Applicants are the central object of Recruitment
        • it is a person who expresses interest (through job application) in employment or
          position change within the company
  – All applicants must be maintained in the system
        • maintenance responsibility must be delegated (one or more people)
        • the status of the applicant will determine the information that is needed

• Profile Matching
  – Compares skills of the applicant to the requirements of the position
        • can the applicant offer what the company needs
              – is there another vacant position that he/she would have a better match




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           Recruitment: Applicant Administration


• Selection
  – Applicant Activities aid in Selection process
     • used to enter, log, and plan all the tasks for an applicant during the
       selection process
              – Activity Types: mail confirmation of receipt, mail invitation to interview,
                schedule appointment for interview, reject applicant, offer contract
                  » depending on the activity and the system output can be generated
                     automatically
              – Activity Status: planned, completed
              – Performance Date: when it was carried out
              – Person Responsible: person responsible for carrying it out
  – Upon completion of qualification review and interviews the position must be
    filled




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           HCM Process: Hiring

• Master data (information) is obtained during the
  hiring process (employee data)
        • Personal Data, Payroll Data, Time Data, Etc.
• Hiring can be integrated with Recruitment
        • information obtained about an applicant can be copied into
          his/her personnel record
• Hiring can be done independently of Recruitment
        • through the Hiring personnel action (infotypes)




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            HCM Process: Personnel Development

• Personnel Development component is used to assess and create
  employee “value” that can be utilized by the company.
• Purpose is to manage the work efforts and develop the work skills of
  employees within the company
• A company’s Personnel Development needs are determined by
  comparing current or future work requirements with employees’
  qualifications, preferences, and aspirations.
• Personnel Development comprises of the following components:
   –   Qualifications/Requirements
   –   Appraisal Systems
   –   Career and Succession Planning
   –   Development Plans




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         HCM Process: Training & Development


  Personnel
 Development
                                 Career &
                                                           Development
                                Succession      generate
                                                              Plan
                                 Planning




                                                                 determine
    Appraisals               based upon




                              Qualifications/    creates     Training
                              Requirements




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           HCM Process: Training & Development


• Qualifications/Requirements
  – this component is used to define, structure, and manage
    your qualifications catalog
        • the catalog enables you to place requirements on positions and
          qualifications on employees (or applicants) within the company
              – perform profile match-ups (people and positions)
              – run reports to recognize qualification deficits and enact training
                measures




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           HCM Process: Training & Development


• Appraisal Systems
  – used in
        • Personnel Administration
              – as an instrument to evaluate members of your organization in a
                planned, formalized and standardized manner
        • TEMs
              – training appraisals
              – attendance appraisals
        • Compensation Management
              – appraisal results can be used to influence remuneration




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           HCM Process: Training & Development


• Career and Succession Planning
  – Career Planning
        • planning functionality that allows you to analyze an employees
          skills, preferences, dislikes, qualifications, potential and
          determine positions they should hold during their tenure at the
          company
  – Succession Planning
        • planning functionality that allows you plan for positions in the
          company that will need to be filled because of turnover (or new
          position)
        • enables a company to analyze employees and determine and
          prepare potential replacements



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           HCM Process: Training & Development


• Development Plans
  – a series of development measures and information on
    the sequence in which they should be passed through
    and time requirements to provide an individual with a
    specific qualification
        • Generic Plans
              – training program (all prospective sales reps must complete a course
                on Fundamental Selling Techniques)
        • Individual Plans
              – comprises of all the items that a person has completed, is currently
                involved in, or will be involved in the future
              – proposes needed course work (integration with TEMs)




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           HCM Process: Training & Development


• Training
  – enable new hires and current employees access to the
    necessary resources to build job skills needed for both
    current and future task assignments
        • this is figured through Qualifications/Requirements reports,
          development plans, career planning, etc
  – Encourage continually learning and professional
    development
        • SAP offers a powerful resource to assist in scheduling training -
          TEMs




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         HCM Process: Training & Development


•   Training and Event Management (TEMs)
    – Component that enables
      a company to manage,
      track, and plan various
      different business events
    – Helps determine demand
      for courses and schedule
      dates, manage the
      resources, attendees, and
      costs associates with the
      event



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            HCM Process: Training & Event Mgmt


• TEMS Catalog Structure
   – Business Event Groups
        •   Used to classify business event types



   – Business Event Types
        •   Time independent description of a
            business event


   – Business Events
        •   Actual time based event that is to take
            place




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         HCM Process: Training & Event Mgmt

  – Integration Points

                      MM                                  SD


             FI                       TEMS                          CO


                                       HCM
    Personnel                                                         Time
   Development                                                     Management
                      Organizational                Personnel
                      Administration              Administration


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         HCM Process: Time Management

                                           • supports planning,
                                             recording, and evaluation of
                                             internal employee time data
                                           • time data that would be
                                             gathered and evaluated
                                                –   hours worked
                                                –   leave
                                                –   illness
                                                –   overtime
                                                –   substitutions
                                                –   business trips
                                                     • conference, training




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           HCM Process: Time Management

• There are multiple methods for data collection:

                                                       Time Administrators
Time Manager’s Workplace
                                 Time Terminals




                                          Cross Applications Time Sheet
                                          Employee Self Service

           Mobile Technology


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           HCM Process: Time Management

• Time collection will be used for:
   –   payroll accounting
   –   personnel cost analysis
   –   internal cost allocations
   –   invoicing
   –   performance analysis
   –   capacity availability
   –   shift planning




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             HCM Process: Compensation & Benefits

• Compensation is not the cut-and-dry subject it once was
   – Past – consisted of an employee's base salary or, at most, a
     base salary and commission.
   – Today - looked at as compensation packages; including:
         •   salaries, stock options
         •   employee stock ownership plans
         •   pay-for-performance plans
         •   bonuses, profit sharing
         •   commissions, non-cash rewards
         •   variable pay, and much more.




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           HCM Process: Compensation Management

• The balancing of company interests to operate within the
  company's fiscal budget and fairly paying employees
   – key component of attracting, developing, retaining, and rewarding
     high quality staff through wages and salaries which are
     competitive in the labor markets
• Compensation Management is comprised of the following
  components:
   –   Job Pricing
   –   Budgeting
   –   Compensation Administration
   –   Long-term Incentives



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          HCM Process: Benefits Administration

• benefits today are offered as a part of an employees overall
  compensation package
• this component allows a company great flexibility in creating and
  maintaining individual packages for your employees
   – Six international Plan Categories
• Allows for detailed company reporting
   –   Benefit Plan Participation
   –   Health Plan Costs
   –   Employee Demographics
   –   Benefits Election Analysis
• Country Specific Settings available
   – FSA, COBRA (US examples)
         • HIPPA Certificates




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         HCM Process: Payroll Administration

• SAP contains an international payroll driver that
  is modified for each country
• payroll is released for individual payroll areas
    – the run is for a specific group of employees and a
      specific period of time
    – upon release all affected personnel records are locked
• will generate an payroll results, and earning
  statement, bank transfers and check payments




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           HCM Process: Payroll Administration

• Payroll Process
  – determine Gross Amount
        • base pay and any other additional payment
              – overtime, sick pay, Christmas bonuses, special pay
  – determine Deductions (Net Amount)
        • processes garnishments, deductions, taxes, and benefits for
          employees
              – Federal/State Income Tax, Insurance (Health, Life), Loans
  – Integration with Financial Accounting & Controlling
        • G/L postings, payments processed, reports available




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           HCM Process: Cost Planning Reporting


• used to analyze, monitor, plan a company’s
  personnel costs, wages, salaries, and employer
  contributions
  – cost plans are generated by developing and comparing
    multiple cost scenarios, these scenarios might be actual
    or projected




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          HCM Process: Employee Self-Service


• Employee Self-Service (ESS)
   – empowers employees to create, display, and change their own
     personal information
         • streamlines and simplifies the HR data entry process
   – some of the capabilities include
         •   SAP Office – appointment calendar, employee directory
         •   Personal Information – address, bank information
         •   Time Management – record working time, request leave
         •   Business Trips – submit travel request, reserve flights, rooms, also
             expense reimbursement process
         •   Training – register for training, display your bookings
         •   Benefit Enrollment and Overview (Healthcare, Retirement, etc)
         •   Display Leave and Earnings Statements
         •   Qualification and Appraisal Review
         •   W-2 W-4 printout


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