WMS and EMS Reports - WMS Salary Change Activity Report
Use this report to view salary change activity for WMS employees for a specific key date or date range.
The WMS and EMS Reports have four different report options. Use this procedure when running the WMS Salary Change Activity Report (Fiscal Year).
The WMS Salary Change Activity Report (Fiscal Year) was built to display employees who are assigned the WMS Personnel Subarea. If employees are assigned to a WMS Job but their Personnel Subarea is not set to WMS, then they will not display in this report.
Enter transaction code ZHR_RPTPA802 in the command field and click the Enter button.
Complete the Period section.
The following fields will default:
- Period From
- Period To
The Period From and To fields will default to today’s date, but may be changed to a different date or date range.
Report results will include all WMS employees who were active at any point during the period selected.
Complete the Selection section.
The following fields are optional:
- Personnel Number
- Personnel area
- Business area
- Organizational unit
The Selection section will assist in getting only the information needed. A selection is not required for each field.
Select the WMS Salary Change Activity Report (Fiscal Year) radio button.Tips:
This report procedure details using the WMS Salary Change Activity Report (Fiscal Year) selection. Refer to the other WMS and EMS Reports procedures for using the different report selections:
Click the Execute button.
Sample report results:
Sample report results. Click to expand.
Columns included in the report results depend on your default layout for this report. The report layout can be changed or a previously saved layout can be selected.
The following table maps each field to the infotype:
Below is an example of running the WMS and EMS Reports - WMS Salary Change Activity Report. It is not a comprehensive list of every scenario.
Example 1 - Identify WMS employees who have received a salary increase during the first six months of fiscal year 2019, including the reason and the percentage of the increase.