Wherever there is a need to manage the working time of a large group of employees (e.g. production plants, chains of supermarkets and stores, call centers, shared service centers) a work schedule is created. The work schedule is continuously changed, also in the context of designated overtime or reassigned on-call time. When planning work schedules, persons responsible for work planning (e.g. department managers, shift managers) should include a wide range of legal aspects arising from the labour code, internal regulations related to employees and their groups as well as other data (e.g. planned leaves). Additionally, the data on actually worked time should be taken into account in remuneration calculation without errors and delays.
Savings of thousands of hours
SNP E-Time is an in-house developed solution from SNP – a web-based application integrated with SAP HR and SAP SuccessFactors that allows managers to automatically plan time for their subordinates according to the Labor Code. It provides managers with a new, comfortable tool for working time planning and accounting, integrated with other SAP HR areas (payroll, a leave plan, etc.) in real ...
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