Prabin
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Preeti_1980
Regional Service Manager
Umer Malik
Student
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Hi, People interested about SAP HR and everything related to it are welcome to join this group: "SAP HRM" and contribute their questions and answers. Thanks, prabin
From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Pravin,
Greetings from Meena,chennai.
I am an HR Professional with 6yrs of work experience in Recruitment and partially in HR. Do you advise me to get into SAP HR?
Where and what will be the scope in the industry for me.
How can I plan my growth. Mail me when you get time.
Meena


SAP HR or SAP -- HR MODULE is one of the largest modules in the SAP R/3 system which consists of many sub modules like
  1. Organizational Management
  2. Personnel Administration
  3. Recruitment
  4. Time Management
  5. Payroll
  6. Benefits
  7. Compensation Management
  8. Personnel Cost Planning
  9. Budget Management
  10. Personnel Development
  11. Training & Event Management
  12. Travel Management
  13. Environmental Health & Safety (under the SAP HR node in SAP Easy Access)
Many of these sub modules are further sub divided into many components for e.g. Time Management is further divided into Time Administration, Shift Planning, Incentive Wages and Time Sheet. Environment Health & Safety is further divided into Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene & Safety.

From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Prabin,
I have 4+ of work experience in Training and Development.I have 3 years of Experience in SAP as a end user.I have trained many employees on SAP (Introduction,End User Part).I would like to know if I can study SAP HR and what are scope and where I can study.Im based out of Chennai.
Kindly advise on the same.My Email ID :[email protected]
Regards,
Ranjani

From India, Madras
Hi Prabin,
I am an HR Professional with 3yrs of work experience in HR Generalist . Do you advise me to get into SAP HR?
Where and what will be the scope in the industry for me.
How can I plan my growth. Mail me when you get time.
& pls mail your contact nuber & email id also.
Regards

From India
Dear Friends,
Anyone with experience in General HR, can switch to SAP. But, once you change the field you will be part of the normal IT professionals. As far as scope and career is concerned, there is lot of potentials in SAP HR and also in terms of compensation. But the work will be challenging. Even in this recession affected market, there are plenty of opportunities available. But one has to involve him/her fully into the same, do complete R&D, etc. Hope this clears some doubt. For more on SAP HR, do visit my blog entry, which you can find in my profile.
For further queries, write to me at:

From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Prabin,
Hi this is Abhijeet from Mumbai.......
Need simple advice....
I am in recruitment industry from last tree years and in end to end recruitment from last one year
qualification is Mcom..



Kindly help ……………….
--
Abhijeet Padalkar
Technical Recruiter
Apex-2000
Mumbai - 400064
Cell - 9869715395
Be in touch......

From India, Mumbai
Hi Prabin, I am have done MPM ( HR Specialization) and working as HR Asisstant in real Estate Firm. I wanna know more about SAP-HR- Course, carrier, Pay package etc... Please help Thanks and Regards
From India, Pune
HI,
I'm working in a bPO organization for the past 2 1/2 years and could you pls guide me the exact course to do in SAP. Pls forward me the details to in chennai.
Regards
Saji

From India, Madras
hi there, this is Umer Zahid from pakistan. I have done MBA in HR and looking 4 job. rite now i m in Qatar and got know tht SAP is using by big organizations here n they require SAP to give job, i dont know it b4 tht wot is SAP. In Pakistan its use is not common. I want to know all abt SAP n how can i get myself involved in it. Plz help me out. my email is
From Pakistan, Lahore

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