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JOB PROFILE FOR SAP HCM END USER AS A FRESHER

Dear Respected Mentors,

I am almost going to complete HCM training from certified sap training institute from New Delhi, India..

Humble request from you all to guide me what would be the first role given to me as a fresher end user in any company running sap? Like would it be payrolling, documentation, recruitment, etc.? Would I have a choice to make? I am totally confused.

Also, SUPER IMP: Other than reading sap blogs/discussions and finishing training at the institute, How can I enhance/increase my deep knowledge in SAP HCM? What are other sources available to increase vast knowledge in sap hcm market today? If books-which ones?, if Internet-particular sites?

Thanks and Regards,

Akash Sharma

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    Oct 31, 2017 at 03:19 PM

    also you can refer here help.sap.com

    typically, you can be put in a project and work with experience colleagues to learn first.

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  • Oct 31, 2017 at 01:05 PM

    Akash -- many HCM users work in HR, and have training in HR; is that the case with you? There are also free open SAP courses you can take at open.sap.com

    Good luck

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  • Oct 31, 2017 at 04:34 PM

    What do you want to do, what do you like, and what are you good at? Those are questions that you should answer to yourself since they will help you in your search for a job.

    The first role given to you could vary a lot depending on your future employer and it's size, and on the answers you gave during your interview.

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    • I've never read that book, and I suggest that you question your teachers on it's usefulness.

      Do you feel that reading that book will help you in your SAP HCM training, in your exams, in your job interviews, or in your future jobs? What does it cover, and what does it not cover? Has it been recommended to you? Have you looked at other books offered on the web, such as those of sap-press.com?