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Salary Management Tutorial

Most of the reading activities in this tutorial are comprised of and linked to the existing online documentation for the Salary Management Data Collection. This documentation will be your reference materials for the data collection so becoming familiar with them now is essential!

Lesson 1. Security, Etiquette, and Ethics - Learn the disclosure rules for releasing Salary Management data within and outside Penn and the ways in which you can secure the data on your desktop.

Lesson 2. Salary Management Data Diagram - Become familiar with the data diagram that depicts the Salary Management Data Collection.

Lesson 3. Table and Data Element Documentation - Learn the components of table and data element help, and then strengthen your understanding of Salary Management tables. Particular emphasis is placed on the RSALMGT Universe.

Lesson 4. Questions to Ask Before Writing a Salary Management Query - Focuses on recalling the types of questions, with explanations, that you should ask before you write a Salary Management query. For example, "What accounting period do you want?" Also includes a link to the document General Guidelines for Executing Queries.

Lesson 5. Evaluating Query Results - Introduces you to methods that you can use to help you determine if your query results are correct.

Lesson 6. Getting Salary Management Help - Learn how to use the listserv when needing help with a Salary Management query.

If you have any questions, please e-mail them to the listserv.

 

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