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Dear All,
I would like to have the input from seniors on SAP HR.
I want to know what is it actually?
I have done MBA in HR, so is it advisable to go for this certification?
Kindly help with the same.
Waiting for your valuable inputs.
Archana Kamble

From India, Lucknow
Dear Archana kamble,

if you want to go for a certification in SAP-HR you should have gone through the SAP-HR training. The details of SAP-HR are stated below,

SAP HR or SAP Human Resources or SAP HCM or SAP Human Capital Management or SAP HRMS or SAP Human Resources Management System is one of the largest modules in the SAP R/3 system which consists of many sub modules like:

* Organizational Management
* Personnel Administration
* Recruitment
* Time Management
* Payroll

* Compensation Management
* Personnel Cost Planning
* Budget Management
* Personnel Development
* Training & Event Management
* Travel Management
* Environmental Health & Safety.

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. There are further sub-division of each submodule in SAP.

SAP HCM is one of the most comprehensive module in terms of coverage & Design. Also implementation of the SAP HCM is becoming simpler day by day. There are companies who have gone live with full functionality of SAP HCM in a flat 65 days. There are several websites which help sap hcm consultants with implementation issues. Also there is a site <link no longer exists - removed> which is dedicated community for SAP HCM itself. The community collects inputs from HR Community and gives feedback to SAP for improving the product. It also helps consultants and customers of SAP to evaluate SAP HCM as a product and typical implementation issues involved with it.

From India, Bangalore
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