The site of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant is the pilot zone of the “Energoatom” large-scale project on the personnel management process improvement with the help of SAP software.
In the next two years, a lot of work aimed at the success of the innovation has to be done at the plant. It aims to significantly improve the efficiency of personnel management, both in separate entities and generally in the utility.
This project provides comprehensive automation of a number of processes related to personnel management. First of all - improving the efficiency of personnel management through modern software.
The project is divided into three phases. The first one includes such areas as organizational management, personnel administration and self-maintaining services for employees and managers based on the SAP Fiori for HCM product. The second one is the work time management and salary calculation. The third is the organizational management, goals and effectiveness.
The implementation of each phase is divided into four stages, starting with organizational training and conceptual design, and ending with productive operation support.
“For the moment, the specialists of Zaporizhzhia NPP have already done a lot in terms of providing the requirements and information necessary for the development of the software package. As a result, a technical task was developed, which outlined all the customer’s wishes,” the project manager from the contractor of Brig-Retail LLC, Nadiya Kondratenkova said.
The next step for the specialists of Zaporizhzhia NPP is a conceptual project according to which the contractor will be engaged in the development of the software complex.
“The success of the project will be confirmed when our specialists from different departments start to work in this software complex. And consequently, based on our pilot zone, this complex automation will be implemented throughout the utility,” Deputy Head of Zaporizhzhia NPP Personnel Administration, acting as SAP Project Manager on implementation of the SAP-based personnel management subsystem, said.