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Difference between Personnel Development IT HRP1005, HRP1015, HRP5010

Hi all, reading the above, i got very confused. is there good documentation that explains how and when to use these infotype ?

I need to allocate budget for things like Training cost (per department) and Service awards (per department). which part of the above should i be using ?

any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 05:50 AM

    IT 1005

    When you maintain an employeeu2019s basic pay record, you can use the Planned Compensation infotype to suggest default values that are based on pay grade or pay scale data stored for the job or position occupied by the employee. If the pay grade data is maintained, the system checks the amount entered in the Basic Pay infotype against the salary range specified for that pay grade in the Pay Grade table. Because compensation varies from country to country, you can create a number of planned compensation records for one job. When you change an employeeu2019s basic pay record, the system checks if there is a salary structure for the country grouping. If there is a salary structure, the system uses the information stored for the salary structure.

    IT 1015

    The Cost Planning infotype is used when you use the projected pay method, to enable the system to perform calculations. The infotype allows you to enter information about each type of cost that contributes to labor costs, for example, employer contributions to pension plans, employee benefits, and wage and salary information. You append this infotype to individual jobs or positions, and can also append it to work centers, or organizational units.

    IT 5010

    The Planning of Personnel Costs infotype allows you to manage different data bases for organizational objects. Each data basis is defined by an individual subtype. When collecting data for organizational objects, specify which subtype of the infotype you want to use for data storage. the system generates direct cost items from the collected data and stores them for each organizational object in infotype records of this subtype. It generates at least one infotype record for each cost item. All infotype records of the same subtype result in the data basis for organizational objects. When you create a personnel cost plan, specify the data basis for organizational objects you want to use for this personnel cost plan. If you execute a cost planning run for this personnel cost plan, the system uses the infotype records with the relevant subtype to create plan data from the cost items stored in these infotype records.

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