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Slide 1 FastFacts Feature Presentation January 31 st, 2008 We are using audio during this session, so please dial in to our conference line… Phone number: 877-322-9648 Participant code: 182500
Slide 2 Todays Topic Well be taking a look at… How to access and use the ISR Log
Slide 3 Todays Presenter Takieya Williams Trainer for the Human Resources Shared Services Center
Slide 4 Session Segments Presentation Takieya will talk about the importance of the ISR Log and show us how to access it. During her presentation, your phone will be muted. Q&A After her presentation, well hold a Q&A session. Well open up the phone lines, and youll be able to ask questions. Takieya will answer as many of your questions as time allows.
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Slide 6 Survey At the end of this FastFacts session, well ask you to complete a short survey. Your honest comments will help us to enhance and improve future FastFacts sessions.
Slide 8 Agenda ISR Log uses Importance of the ISR Log Accessing the ISR Log How to search for an ISR Content of the ISR Log Questions and discussion
Slide 9 ISR Report/Log A tool used to view an ISR after it has been initiated. The original format of the ISR is lost after it is submitted. It allows the end-user to see the status of the ISR, comments made on the ISR, attain the personnel number for new hires, and attain position numbers for position copies and position creates. An end-user can view ISRs for employees within his/her org unit or within an org unit to which he/she has access. You do not have to initiate or approve the ISR in order to view it.
Slide 10 Importance of the ISR Log Email notification that an ISR has been approved/rejected with changes: Approver I and Approver II can reject and/or change the content of an initiated ISR. HR Shared Services cannot make changes to the body of the ISR. They can only add comments. Comments made by HR Shared Services: Position numbers Personnel numbers (PERNR) Budget information Labor distribution Changes made per the initiator or approvers request Discrepancies
Slide 11 1. In the transaction, or command window at the top left of the screen, type in the transaction code zhpa_isr_ report. Accessing the ISR Log 2. Then select the green checkmark to the left of the transaction window to execute.
Slide 12 Searching the ISR Log ISR Number – Must know the exact ISR number assigned by SAP ISR Actions – Hire, Salary Change, Bonus/Supplemental Pay… Personnel number/Object Id – Either the employee number the ISR was completed on or the Position/Org Unit number ISR Status – Initiated, Approved, Rejected… To create a report: You can search for specific ISRs based on a number of field values:
Slide 13 Searching the ISR Log - Continued User Name – The originators JHED Login ID Create/Change Date – This is required, but can be a range if not sure of the exact date created Effective Date – The effective date of the ISR Initiator – The originators personnel number To create a report: You can search for specific ISRs based on a number of field values:
Slide 14 Enter your search values or combination of and click the Execute icon. If you do not receive the desired results, try a broader set of search values. Just entering a range in the Create Date fields and your JHED ID in the User Name fields can produce a list of all ISRs you have created. Searching the ISR Log - Continued
Slide 15 Content of the ISR Log After clicking the Execute icon, the following screen will appear (ISR Report). Click once on any of the underlined fields to advance to the status screen for the ISR you have selected. Click once on any underlined item.
Slide 16 Status Line Items On this screen you will see status line items for the ISR indicating Initiated, Approved, and/or Approved & Completed, or Rejected.
Slide 17 On this screen you will also be able to scroll to the far right, using the scroll bar at the bottom of the screen, to find the Object ID, personnel number, and/or any comments entered for the selected ISR. ISR Details
Slide 18 ISR Details – Continued Under the column titled Final Recipient Comm you will find comments made by the HR Shared Services representative that worked on the ISR. The comment will include the Object ID number. Position number (object ID) found here in Comments section.
Slide 19 Drilling Down At the ISR Report screen, you can drill down to look at the detailed data for the ISR. Please note, the format of the original ISR is lost at this point. Click on any link to drill down to ISR data fields screen.
Slide 20 Drilling Down - Continued After drilling down from the ISR Report screen, you will be presented with an ISR report window that will enable you to scroll up and down to view the corresponding data that has been entered for each field of the ISR. This is a view of what the initiator and/or approver entered into the body of the ISR. ISR data fields Scroll up and down
Slide 21 Conclusion The ISR Log/Report is an important tool in SAP. It provides a history of initiated ISRs, allows for viewing of the ISR after submission, allows end-users to attain the status of a submitted ISR, and lists the comments section of ISRs. For help on viewing the ISR Log contact HR Shared Services Main Line: 443-997-5828 Website: http://ssc.jhu.edu/humanresources/job_aid.htmlhttp://ssc.jhu.edu/humanresources/job_aid.html Email using the respective inbox: OrgManagment@jhmi.edu HRSharedServices@jhu.edu HRSharedServices-Homewoodclients@jhu.edu HRSharedServices-BSPHclients@jhu.edu HRSharedServicesfirstname.lastname@example.org HRSharedServices-HealthSystemclients@jhu.edu
Slide 22 Q&A Were going to open the phone lines now! There will be a slight pause, and then a recorded voice will provide instructions on how to ask questions over this conference call line. Well be answering questions in the order that we receive them. Well also be answering the questions that were emailed to us during the presentation. If theres a question that we cant answer, well do some research after this session, and then email the answer to all participants.
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