Employee self-service with SAP ERP Empowering your employees
Find out how this software can help you give employees more self-sufficiency with intuitive navigation, improve process quality and shorten cycle times with automation, increase productivity with integrated HR data,
and drive adoption on mobile devices with HR services anytime, anywhere
In this demo, Matthew Black is an employee at BestRun, a company that uses employee self-service with SAP ERP to automate HR services and processes.
As the end of the year approaches,
Before the holidays start, Matthew wants to complete some activities.Based on security authorizations, he can only view information that is relevant to his role.
From his homepage he can quickly and easily access the respective HR data and services.
On the right, he can see his most-frequently used transactions and can quickly access them from there.
On the left he can select any activities from the service map.
Or he can search for a service in the index view.
He can easily personalize his home page by dragging and dropping the menus where he wants them to appear.
In addition, Matthew has more personalization options, and he can get contextual help and answers to frequently asked questions.
Before entering his leave request, Matthew can review the company policies in context, so he knows exactly how many floating holidays he has available.
This gives him self-sufficiency to complete his activities without any help from HR.
Improve process quality and shorten cycle times with automation
Matthew wants to go on vacation soon, so he needs to enter a leave request.
He selects “Create Leave Request” from the menu.
He opens the contextual information and accesses his time accounts to verify his days-off balance.
Happy that he has enough days for the long break he’s planning, Matthew selects the Calendar tab to highlight the period of his vacation.
He scrolls down, and sees that the correct dates, the type of leave – Paid Vacation, and the name of the approver, are already pre-filled.
Matthew hits the Send button, so his supervisor will be alerted to grant approval, and his leave balance is updated automatically.
Mathew now decides to make Time Accounts his default tab so he can check his time balances regularly.
He clicks on the Personalization icon, selects Time Accounts, moves it to the top, and saves this view.
Increase productivity with integrated HR data
Matthew has recently opened a new bank account and wants his salary to be deposited in that account.
The Personal Profile gives him an overview of the most important information stored in his employee file.
Matthew can see his current banking information, and he clicks on the pencil icon to make some edits.
He enters the new bank account number and saves his information.
Now, he’s ready for another task.
Matthew knows that the performance review will be starting soon, so he accesses performance and goals software from SuccessFactors, an SAP company.
He wants to make sure that his personal achievements are up-to-date and this additional accomplishments are captured,
Now he can see a list of all his objectives.
He wants to update the status of a sales goal for which he’s had good results.
Matthew updates the execution figure for this goal.
Now he adds a note about his other accomplishments – mentoring high school students – to let his manager know about his additional skills.
Confident that the status report is up-to-date, he chooses Send Status Update.
Drive adoption on mobile devices with HR services anytime, anywhere
On the way home, Matthew suddenly realizes that it is Friday and he forgot to fill out his timesheet while in the office.
Fortunately, his company recently rolled out a mobile version of the timesheet.
Matthew opens the timesheet app on his mobile phone.
When the app starts, Matthew sees an overview with the status of his time entries.
Different colors indicate the recording status, for example, green indicates that everything is recorded according to his work schedule; and orange shows that he booked overtime.
He sees immediately that there is no time entry for today, Friday, December 14th.
Matthew taps on Friday in the calendar and sees that he needs to enter 8 hours.
He taps on the plus button at the top to open the time-entry screen, where he can enter the attendance type and hours.
He taps the “Attendance Type” field, selects Consulting from the list, and taps “Done.”
Then he clicks the “Duration” field, selects 8 hours, and taps “Done.”
Matthew chooses the send button and receives a message that the entry has been submitted successfully.
As you have seen, employee self-service with SAP ERP lets you give employees more self-sufficiency with intuitive navigation, improve process quality and shorten cycle times with automation, increase productivity with integrated HR data, and drive adoption on mobile devices with HR services anytime, anywhere.