ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

Organisation Structure

Organisational Structure

 

  1. Create multiple organisation structures for planning purposes
  2. Identify one organisation structure as the active structure
  3. Each structure consists of a multiple organisation units. Each unit related to a parent organisation unit of a different type
  4. Structure allows for multiple organisation types (Example: Company, Division, Section, Department)
  5. Create an organisation structure up to 26 levels deep.
  6. Each organisational unit is defined in terms of:
    • Validity period (Start Date and End date)
    • System generated reference number
    • Type
    • Code
    • Name
    • Description
    • Additional information
      • Organ of state (yes / no)
      • Training Budget
      • Trade Name
      • Alternative Registration Name
      • Alternative Registration Number
      • Registration Number
      • Tax registration Number
      • UIF Number
      • National Pension Fund Number
      • Contact Person Name
      • Contact Person Number
      • Contact Person Telephone
      • Contact Person Fax
      • Contact Person Email
      • Business Address Line 1, 2, 3, 4, Province, City / Town, Code
      • Postal Address Line 1, 2, 3, 4, Province, City / Town, Code
      • Business Type – Memo field
  7. Each position profile inherits its position attributes from a job profile
  8. Link multiple positions to each organisation unit. Select these positions from the Job Profiler Module – one by one or select multiple positions at a time
  9. Move positions from one organisation unit to another
  10. Define the validity period per position (Start Date and End Date)
  11. Employees are ultimately employed in positions on the active org structure. This allows you to identify vacant positions