Total Workforce Management serves as a superordinate personnel planning instrument and offers the possibility of qualitative and quantitative personnel planning of own and external resources.
Systemic recording within an SAP system enables companies to utilize qualitative and quantitative elements and thus to strategically plan and control resources by means of SAP process maps. Corresponding process steps can already be implemented within an
SAP system with standard tools; in addition, company-specific requirements can be implemented by means of individual developments. Here the CLC experts support with the concrete requirement solutions, whether with existing "home remedies", Add-ons or new Product enhancements.
The most important questions and answers on the subject
1. why is a systemic view almost indispensable in personnel management?
Only a holistic view of human resources management can increase efficiency and thus make companies competitive. A view of individual components is no longer sufficient to be able to make sound strategic decisions. The increasing shortage of skilled workers and the ever-increasing technology and skill requirements make the situation even more difficult.
2. what disadvantages arise if personnel planning processes are not fully digitally mapped?
If processes are managed manually and are not digitally mapped within the overall process, it is hardly possible for decision-makers to compare operational planning with strategic planning and to readjust accordingly.
Advantages of digitization in the course of total workforce management
LSolution examples for the process steps
Digital personnel file within the SAP HCM system
The clarity of the personal data is one of the advantages, as is a differentiated authorization concept, in order to ensure, among other things, the requirements in the area of data protection. A significant increase in efficiency is achieved through the possibility of simultaneous processing of cases by different sub-areas as well as automated file creation for new hires.
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