How many key flex fields in HRMS?

There are 6 Key Fields, Namely
1. Job KeyFlexFields.
2. Position KeyFlexFields.
3. Grade KeyFlexFields.
4. Cost Allocation FlexFields.
5. Competence FlexFields.
6. People Group FlexFields.

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rajiv yadav

  • Feb 5th, 2007

there are two more additional flex fields namely :personal analysis flex fieldbanking flex fieldsbut they are not used much

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  • Feb 23rd, 2007

There are 7 flex fields
position ff
grade ff
competence ff
Personal analysis ff
item context

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  • Jun 20th, 2007

Can you tell me is CAGR Flex field in HR Application or not...

bcoz, up to my knowledge, there are

Job - Setting up of Jobs in the Organization
Position- Setting up of Positions Under Job in the Org.
Grade - Setting up of Grade linked to Payroll and Salary Structure
People Group - Setting up of People Group such as unions or so...
Item Context - I have not Come Across Yet
Personal Analysis - For Special Information Type Information
Soft Code - I have not Come Across Yet
and CAGR Flex fields  - Setting up of Collective Agreements in Human Resource Application

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  • Nov 5th, 2007

Let me brief about HRMS first:

HRMS includes Payroll, but we have Payroll as a separate application when query KFFs. There are 10 KFFs in HRMS.

1. Job KFF
2. Position KFF
3. Grade KFF
4. Competence KFF
(The above four KFFs are part Human Resources application)

5. People Group KFF and 6. Cost allocation KFFs are part of Payroll Application.

Above six are mandatory KFFs which we need to create before creating BG.

The other KFFs are:

7. Personal Analysis KFF (based on the requirement)
8. CAGR KFF ( If there exists structured Unions and contingent workers ) this will not be used normally.
9. Soft Coded KFF.
10. Bank Details KFF ( if there is no localization for the country we need to create the structure)

Thanks Uday

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