2541941 - SAP SuccessFactors Contingent Workforce Management - User Assistance Documentation link

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Contingent Workforce Management  (User Assistance Documentation)

Contingent workers (also referred to as non-payroll workers) deliver services to an organization on a non-permanent basis. They are often known as independent professionals, temporary contract workers, labor hires, contractors or consultants. This explains how to set up and configure your HR systems for contingent workers.

Impact of Keeping Contingent Worker Data Out of Core HR Systems

Since contingent worker data is kept out of the core HR system, companies are not aware of where their workers are located, if they have received training, and how many workers exist as part of their organization. This creates a burden on managers of managing contingent workers using multiple systems, different processes and no single access point.

Solving the Problem: How to Configure your HR System for Contingent Workers

By making contingent workers visible, which allow organizations to perform capacity planning and managers can manage their workers using one system and using the same processes. This guide will cover from how to enable Contingent Workers Management, set up role based permissions, vendors, work orders, and contingent worker base objects. In addition, there are tools available to import contingent worker, basic identity, organizational, and work order data.

 

Environment

  • SAP SuccessFactors HCM Suite
  • Employee Central

Resolution

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Keywords

SAP SuccessFactors, work Orders, contingent , KBA , LOD-SF-EC , Employee Central , LOD-SF-EC-CWF , Contingent Workforce , How To

Product

SAP SuccessFactors HCM Core all versions