All seniors,
I have completed MBA-HR (Sikkim Manipal University) and persuing diploma in labour law (NIRM).
Please suggest me, Is SAP-HR will be beneficial for me?????
What is the scope of SAP-HR ?
Which module will be beneficial for me???
Please give me right answer, I am waiting for your response.
Thanks in Advance.

From India, Vadodara
Dear Friend,
Now-a-days SAP is really booming in the market.You can go-ahead with SAP HR..but do the course in authorized institutes like JK Initial's,siemens etc;
If you need their contact info,that also i will provide.

From India, Bangalore
I admire SAP is good to work. First look for a job and you have to work in software which are used by your company. If your company is using SAP then they will provide training in that like HR & payroll module.
Hope this will help you.

From India, Bhubaneswar
Hey Friends, What are the things covered under SAP. I am an HR manager, but havent done a SAP course. Can u provide me more informations on the topic
From India, Mumbai
Hi Jayantika,
In SAP HR topics covered are
Organisation Structure
Enterprise structure
Personnel Management
Personnel Administrsation
Time Management
Training & Development
Travel Management
Compensation Management

From India, Visakhapatnam
SAP is using only IT companys but there are certain industries which is SAP not useful. first get in to the field and look forward for development.
From India, Bangalore
Dear sirs, If i will do the sap hr module the what will be the chances to getting the job and How much salary i could receive initially. Please guide me with well answer.
From India, Vadodara
Hi Sandhya I MBA hr and i had 3 years of experience in generalist Can you please suggest out of the above mentioned modules which all module will be helpful for me Please suggest me Regards indu
From India, Bangalore
Hey friends,
I am a HR professional with 3 yrs of experience. I am looking for a change in my job. if i persue a course of SAP HR will it be beneficial for me? What will be the course content? How much investment and how much return i will get after doing this course??
I am really confused...
plz help me out

From Australia
Hello All,

Please note SAP - HR is an ERP which is used by business to enhance and improve over their existing legacy HR processes. If we analyse in some details you will find SAP HR is purely a technical platform in which an SAP HR consultant has to solve technical system oriented issues by making / editing entries in various SAP tables to keep the HR operations running in place.

For example if there is a payroll issue and lets' say a payhead is not properly appearing in the payslip of a few employees, the job of an SAP HR consultant here would be to visit the payroll control record tables and check various infotypes to see what is causing the problem and on location of the same, remove it by making / editing necessary entries in the payroll/ other master data records.

In other words there is hardly any HR functions involved in SAP HR work. In SAP HR You do not do things like talent management, competency mapping, hiring, PMS, Training etc as an activity. The organisation already has a framework to do all these activities...In SAP HR these activities are mapped inside SAP and one needs to run them to produce the results. No real HR value addition is involved that way..

The only part in SAP which has some business HR relevance is in the area of SAP implementation in an organisation. In this case an SAP HR consultant has to understand the existing business HR scenario and suggest its management as to which all modules in SAP HR can be suitably implemented to provide any value additions over the existing system.
However, even here the SAP HR consultant does not contribute anything as HR value addition but just understands and appreciates the existing practices and provides his views as regards advantages / disadvantages of implementing SAP.These roles are very very few in no. and needs thorough experience in Core HR domain.
In fact the SAP HR implementation initiatives are outsorced to consulting organisations by the implementing companies who provide their opinions in return of consultancy fees and thereafter the SAP implementation exercise is mostly technical.

So to me it is better to grow and develop expertise in HR field itself from a long term career perspective unless someone has a fairly good technical bend of mind and is willing to embrace technology over HR as a career.

These are absolutely my personal views from experience... Please consult and take opinion from others and frame a personal decision before changing career path from HR to SAP HR.

Probhat Goswami

From India

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