SAP E-Recruiting: – paving the way to future-oriented personnel management
The main rationale to write this blog is to make people aware about the SAP E-Recruiting Module,which offers organizations the recruiting management functions needed to locate appropriate talent, including intelligent electronic screening, filtering, sorting, and ranking.
Why SAP E-Recruiting??
Versatile and easy to use, the application not only opens new recruiting possibilities but also decisively strengthens the contribution that the recruiting function makes to your company’s overall competitiveness.
SAP E-Recruiting takes talent relationship management beyond organizational borders by creating a Talent Pool that serves as an effective sourcing channel that can help you develop early relationships with your potential workforce inside and outside your organization.
SAP E-Recruiting optimizes recruiters’ work patterns and increases their productivity and efficiency.
It provides sophisticated mechanisms for measuring and mapping recruiting efficiency.
Reduced administrative costs – Lower processing costs through self-service, workflow support and automated correspondence.
Improved alignment of recruitment with company strategy – Advanced analytics enable the demonstration of recruitment’s contribution to the company’s success.
Modes of SAP E-Recruiting –
SAP Recruiting can be run in different three modes:
Stand-alone with integration into backend systems (HR, SAP BW)
ERP installation (Recruiting as integral part of the ERP solution)
— Reduced TCO due to simplified IT infrastructure.
— Required for MSS Manager Role integration and ESS integration.
Functional Architecture – A completely Standalone Application
Talent Pools – By setting up a talent pool, you ensure that you not only identify the best possible candidate for a position from all potential candidates, but also that you are in a position to staff critical key positions in the long term and thus safeguard your company’s success in the future.
Talent relationship Management – Involves selection and identification of Candidates from Talent Pool, also carries out activities in Talent Groups like Sending out Company Newsletter, sending out new Job openings.
Rate and Rank Applications – The recruiter rates the incoming Applications on the basis of a Questionnaire prepared for the same. This information is then passed on to the Manager for Ranking the Candidates.
The basic workflow flows like this for a new recruitment –
|Manager Self Services||E-Recruiting|
|Step 1) Requests New “RequisitionRequest”,and sends it to E-Recruitment||
Step 2) Creates New Requisition, based on certain criteria that should be fulfilled by a candidate as desired by Manager.
| Step 3) The Job Posting to be published is
Approved, and then published in Intranet, Internet and even Magazines.
|Step 4) After the Application entry dates have closed, the Recruiter selects the list of desired candidates from the Talent Pool existing as well as received Applications.|
|Step 5- B) Candidates are ranked based on their performance in Questionnaires by Managers.||Step 5) Candidates Applications are ranked based on their performance in Questionnaires. (Managers also Play part in ranking Candidates).|
|Step 6) Interviews conducted for Selected Candidates. The record for the candidates who are not slected is stored in Talent Pool.|
This Workflow shows that how candidates are recruited through SAP E-Recruitment.
In the end i would like to summarize by saying that ,
SAP E-Recruiting ensures that you drive up-to-date human resources management, by proactively maintaining contact with applicants, potential candidates, and consequently, with your employees.
To know more about SAP E-Recruiting, check out –