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OM-New department in existing organization in SAP HR

My client deals in chocolate products. They are launching juices and wants to create new department for that. It should be independent of their department that process chocolate products. My question is should I define Org Unit, jobs, positions, EE grp, ER grp, Personal group and Personal Subgroup for the department or use the existing objects in my configuration. Please suggest.

Thanks in advance.

Vaqas Khan

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2007 at 02:28 AM

    tes u have to define tha department

    i OM

    and u have to Do the necessary steps in Enterprise Structure

    Personal structure and default the Number ranges

    psl revert back if ther is any query

    thanks

    sikindar

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      1. Some objects can be reused (for eg Job) but not all (eg. org units , positions etc)

      2. no changes required

      3. Tables are where the information is stored. You need to know them when you want to process the data available in the tables.

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 10:30 AM

    Hi Vaqas ,

    Regarding ur query:

    1. u can create new org unit without creating new ES , ESG unless untill new category of employees not requierd.

    2. U need to create New PA , PSA if ur other orgunits/deprtments are representing PA/PSA

    It all will depend upon the existing structure u have in ur co.

    else u can use existing objects.

    Reward, if helpful..

    Regards

    Sushil,

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 09:30 PM

    Dear all thanks for your replies

    I get directions from all of you and rewarded points.

    Thanks

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