1. What is SAP E-Recruitment?
Power-packed with recruitment as well as succession planning instruments that go a long way in helping organizations reach out to new employees, find appropriate positions to suit their capabilities, retain them for a long–term basis and promote the areas of their professional development, the SAP E-Recruiting submodule is certainly the right way to go. Along with handling the applicant tracking activities of a company, it ensures up-to-date HR management, maintenance of continuous contact with potential candidates and applicants, and the streamlining of all employee-specific data and information.
2. Explain the major roles of E-recruitment in SAP?
SAP E-Recruiting is :
– Is a comprehensive solution for recruiting both Internal Employees and External Candidates.
– Provides Talent Relationship Management functionality to enable proactive sourcing
– Includes a Global pool of Candidates to enable access to the best talent regardless of location.
– Encompasses screening and selection tools to help quickly work through a large number of applicants
– Included robust applicant tracking functions to ensure the proper organization and documentation of the recruiting practices.
– Provides Business Intelligence through the use of SAP Query and SAP Business Information Warehouse
– Helps you acquire the best talent from outside the organization
– Enables talent within the organization to maximize their potential
– Supports proactive candidate acquisition strategies
– Help align current and future talent needs with the goals and strategies of the organization
– Reduces expenses by streamlining processes
3. What are the key features of Controlling Recruitment Processes?
Measurement of the recruitment performance is becoming more and more important. There are well known key figures such as;
Cost per hire
All internal (e.g., time spent by recruiters) and external (e.g., cost of a job advert) costs that are spent to fill a position
Time to fill
The time that passes from the opening of a position to the hiring of a new employee
Cost of staff turnover
All costs caused by the leaving of an employee (including hiring and training costs as well as the costs caused by the vacancy, to name but the most important components)
4. What is Processes and Organization?
This new world of recruitment can be quite a challenge for the HR department. It differs from the traditional process in a number of ways.
The candidates can contact the company in many different ways, and they want to decide how to go about it.
Working with a talent pool requires completely new processes, because, after the initial registration, the initiative often must come from the employer.
Besides the processes surrounding applications and job openings, something must be done for the retention of talent in the pool.
Line managers expect to be involved more actively in the selection process and get quicker results so they can respond to changing market requirements
“Cost per hire” is an important key figure, and budgets for HR are often limited.
Recruitment, staff retention, succession planning, and career development are interacting strongly. They even can be seen as parts of the same complex process.
5. What is Budgeting and Managing Headcount?
Organizations start the process at the beginning of the year by planning for the number of resources they need to achieve the company’s objectives. This includes accounting for the existing resources in the company and the additional resources that will be hired during the year.
Once this process is completed, departments have a target number of resources for the year. Managers can start planning on hiring for key positions based on when they will be needed and can also plan the associated workload.
6. What is Requesting Additional Headcount?
Organizations deal with an incremental headcount in different ways. Once a budget has been approved, the addition of resources is considered unbudgeted and usually requires an approval process based on justification provided by the hiring manager.
7. What is EVALUATION PATH, where do we do it and why?
A chain of relationships between objects in a hierarchical structure.
8. What is Posting Jobs?
The recruiter looks at the type of job that needs to be recruited for and determines the best approach for advertising the job. The recruiter can look at many options including posting the job externally on the company’s career site, posting on various job boards, and/or leveraging the talent relationship system to find candidates that previously worked at the company, have expressed interest in working at the company, or have been referred by existing employees.
9. What is Accounting for Transfers and Terminations?
The movement of resources between departments and departures from the company presents a dynamic scenario for managers and recruiters. Many organizations are now linking the process of transfers (which includes promotions, demotions, and lateral moves) and terminations to the recruitment process by moving these actions to Manager Self-Service. Managers and HR generalists are provided with online forms that enable them to request the transferor termination of an employee. Each of these forms is enhanced with an indicator that allows the initiator to indicate if the position needs to be closed or filled with a new candidate.
10. What is the Recruiting Process?
The core recruiting process is very dynamic in that it requires a series of activities to be performed for various candidates at various stages in the process. This dynamic nature of the recruiting process is often underestimated in the blueprint phase because the team is usually not accustomed to processes that are not linear.
11. What is the Processing Candidates process?
Once the job has been posted, candidates begin to submit applications for consideration. They begin by opening a profile and providing applicable information that includes contact information, skills, previous employment, and their resume. Applications can be submitted by both internal and external candidates.
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12. What is Compliance?
Compliance is a critical part of the process and is the part of the process that requires as many of the elements to be automated as possible.
13. What is an Offer to Hire?
The offer letter is the last part of the process and is typically generated from the system. Recruiters work with the HR team and the manager to create an offer letter that will be submitted to the employee. Many systems can generate the offer letter based on predefined templates, and HR then edits the letter.
14. What are dynamic actions and how to configure it?
Dynamic actions are performed automatically by the system, depending on certain conditions. If maintaining one info type has an effect on another info type, the system automatically displays the second info type for processing.
15. What is the Earliest Retroactive Accounting Period?
It means that the retroactive accounting date is the furthest date for which retroactive payroll can be run. Retroactive accounting date can never be earlier than the start date of the earliest retroactive accounting period. The system also tracks the hiring date before determining the retroactive accounting limit.
16. Difference between retroactive accounting and earliest retroactive?
Retroactive ACC Period: The retroactive accounting period refers either to an individual employee or to a payroll area. The earliest possible retroactive accounting period is specified for a payroll area. The system also takes into consideration the employee’s initial entry date.
Earliest Retroactive ACC Period: The period furthest back in the past for which it is still possible to perform a retroactive accounting run. This means that retroactive accounting takes place for a period for which payroll has already been performed.
17. How to DEBUG a payroll run? (This seems to be a very important one please give me answer)
DEBUG is done to check where and why the program is getting errors, processed, or coming out of the program.
As you know this try with se38 give any program — > press F8 and then F5.
18. What actually happens in real time Recruitment?
Real-Time in the sense of SAP or IT or Domain. You should have asked him the question, Ok it should be SAP for the interview For SAP Consultant. Any company wants a sophisticated Work to be done and with the more useful and accurate results even after spending more and more on EPR, So SAP Recruitment helps to Rect people of the client to get the exact people for not only their experience, with also Educational, Exp, Skills, Past experience and all registered areas without entering all the data of the requirement.
19. How did you transfer legacy data in the mid of the financial year (US) to SAP system?
For mid-year Go live SAP Supports with only transactions of HR and others but nor Finance, u should have asked the question to him, or replied by giving the INK Schemas is used for Mid-year Go Live or even a program is there for mid-year go live, in the help CD, find IT.
20. What is LSMW?
Legacy System Migration Workbench is used for data transfer for any of the transactions which exist in SAP OR even which are Customized by developers.