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10/17/2017

FIS Invites HR Staff to Attend the SAP HCM Experts Forum in Grafenrheinfeld

On December 13, 2017, FIS, an SAP partner with Gold status, will inform about essential new legal regulations in Personnel Management and SAP HCM at the turn of the year.

EU Data Protection Regulation, digital wage interface, new social insurance data interfaces – HR staff will again face numerous changes at the turn of the year 2017/2018. On its HCM Experts Forum, FIS GmbH gives an overview of all important news concerning Personnel Management. Traditionally, there is a strong demand for this information event, which takes place on December 13 at the FIS headquarters in Graf-enrheinfeld.

 

As from January 01, 2018, HR staff will have to deal with the digital wage interface in the field of wage tax. There will also be changes in net wage optimization, free-lancer employment and company car taxation. In the future, the social insurance procedure for calculating the contributions owed will be simplified. Moreover, HR staff must get familiar with rvBEA (“Bescheinigungen Elektronisch Anfordern” = requesting certificates electronically): As from January 01, 2018, employers will be able to electronically receive requests for a separate report. This is the first procedure within the rvBEA project. This project describes a new XML-based communication of the DSRV (data authority of the German Statutory Pension Insurance Scheme) communication standard. The EU Data Protection Regulation is enthroned above all these topics, which will have considerable effects on HR staff.

 

In the course of the HCM Experts Forum, SAP HCM users will learn in detail how the statutory changes will affect the SAP system and how they can be implemented.

 

Event location: FIS GmbH, Am Sand 1, 97506 Grafenrheinfeld

 

Participation fee: EUR 320 per person plus statutory value-added tax

 

For further information and registration by November 17, 2017, please click https://www.fis-gmbh.de. Due to the traditionally strong demand, registrations of more than two participants from the same company will have a lower priority.

 

 

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