Employee Relations Manager

Technical name: SAP_BW_0ROLE_0029

Task Area

The Employee Relations Manager conducts negotiations between employers, employees, and unions. His or her tasks include negotiating and setting wage levels, displaying records and reports, advising and training managers on industrial relations practice.

The Employee Relations Manager role is focused on Asia and the United States. In other countries, the tasks or parts of the tasks of the Employee Relations Manager can be performed by the personnel officer, the union representative, or the works council representative.

Structure

Tasks in the Business Information Warehouse

To accomplish these tasks, BW provides Business Content information in the form of workbooks. Each task corresponds to a cluster of one or more workbooks. The workbooks contain one or more queries that yield the relevant information.

The following workbooks are available for the tasks of the Employee Relations Manager:

Task (Cluster)

Workbook

Recruitment

Hires/Offers/Rejected Contracts

Number of Applications with Master Data

Staffing Assignment

Positions Overview (Occupied, Vacant, Unoccupied)

Positions FTE: Occupied, Vacant, Unoccupied

Headcount/
Personnel Structure

Headcount/Change in Staffing Level

Percentage Breakdown of Employees

Average Length of Service

Average Age of Employees

Headcount/Headcount FTE Current Year

Personnel Flow

Entry Rate

Leaving Rate

Number of Personnel Actions

Employee Times

Compare Overview of Time and Labor to Previous Year

Monthly View of Selected Time and Labor Data

Productivity Rate

Illness Rate

Overtime Rate

Leave Per Planned

Employee-Specific Payroll Data

Wage Types Comparison for Personnel Areas

Annual Overview of Wage Types

Quarterly Overview of Wage Types

Compensation Management

Annual Salary / Annual Salary FTE

Average Annual Salary per Employee

Salary Divisions of Employees in Pay Grades

Average Bonus Payments per Employee

Comparison of Annual Salaries Previous/Current Year

Twelve-Monthly Comparison of Bonus Payments

Employees in Pay Grades / Pay Grade Levels

Compensation Overview

Employees Above Pay Grade Midpoint

Employees Below Pay Grade Midpoint

Employees Below Pay Grade Minimum

Employees Above Pay Grade Maximum

Benefits

Participation Analysis According to Organizational Criteria

Participation Analysis According to Benefits Criteria

Training and Education

Proficiency of a Qualification per Employee

Employees by Qualification Group per Organizational Unit

Number of Attendances and Cancellations

Training and Education Fees by Organizational Assignment

Training and Education by Target Audience