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2012 09 06_ste_labor_crafts_and_qualifications_75

  1. 1. © 2012 IBM Corporation Labor, Crafts, and Qualifications Bo Batty – Product Designer / Architect 6 September, 2012
  2. 2. © 2012 IBM Corporation2 Agenda • Labor vs. People • Multiple Skill Levels for a Craft • Multiple Crafts and Skill Levels for a Labor • Labor Rate Contracts • Qualifications and Certifications • Premium Pay Changes for Maximo 7.5 Source: If applicable, describe source origin
  3. 3. © 2012 IBM Corporation3 People, Users and Labor Simplify Interfaces to HR / Personnel systems Person User LABOR
  4. 4. © 2012 IBM Corporation4 Design Requirements Crafts, Skills –3 x 3 Labor Matrix – Multiple Skills and Rates • Multiple Labor Contracts with Different Rates Certifications –Nuclear / Utility / Transportation Requirement
  5. 5. © 2012 IBM Corporation5 Multiple Crafts & Skill Levels – Value  Labor Can Have Multiple Crafts, Skill Levels – Different Rates on a Work Order – Depending on which Craft/Skill Level is Used – No need to adjust Rate on Labor Reporting  More Flexibility for Premium Pay – Premium Pay Definitions and Rates Global Defined for the Craft Defined for the Contract Labor *** New for Maximo 7.5 • Eliminate Errors / Simplify Data Entry – Multiple Premium Rate Types • Multiplier • Increment • Hourly – Flexibility to Use Premium Pay for non-Overtime situations • Special Skills / Hazardous Work / Away from Home Assignments  The Same Outside Labor may be Supplied by Different Suppliers under Different Contracts for Different Rates
  6. 6. © 2012 IBM Corporation6 Labor Rate Contracts – Value for Customer  Labor Rate Contract –Associate Crafts and Skill Levels with Vendor / Contract –Specify Rates for each Craft and Skill Level –Specify Premium Rates ** New for Maximo 7.5 ** –Associate Specific Labor with Contract –Better Control over negotiated rates  Full Status and Revision Control –Associate Crafts and Update Rates only if Status = DRAFT, PNDREV, WAPPR –Associate Labor only if Status = APPR –Simplifies the management of Price Changes
  7. 7. © 2012 IBM Corporation7 Qualifications & Certifications  Barbara is a Journeyman Welder, a Master Electrician, is CPR Certified, and has a Certification to Weld 7018 Wire.  Jim holds a Senior Reactor Operator License  Pete holds the following Certificates – Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert – Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer – Certified Linux Engineer  Labor Qualifications – General, or Craft-related, or Craft Skill Level-related – May or May not require Certification  Tools may Require Qualifications for their Use
  8. 8. © 2012 IBM Corporation8
  9. 9. © 2012 IBM Corporation9 Qualifications & Certifications - Value Complete picture of the Labor –Craft and Level of skill –Qualifications and Certificates Certificate Expiration Dates and Escalation Manger –Notifications to Labor and Training Manager
  10. 10. © 2012 IBM Corporation10 Skill Level vs. Qualification  Skill Level – Operative word is LEVEL – Years of Experience – Amount of General Training – Seniority within Craft – Level of Pay  Examples: – First Class – Second Class – Third Class – Apprentice – Journeyman – Master  Qualification – Specific area of Knowledge or Training – Often required independent evaluation or testing – Usually associated with a Certificate or License  Examples – Senior Reactor Operator License – Cisco Certified Network Engineer – Airman Certificate – Power Endorsement
  11. 11. © 2012 IBM Corporation11 Data Tree Junior Skill Level - -Define Levels Apprentice Journeyman First Class Master Craft - -Define Craft, Level, Rank -Specify Standard Rates Craft=PILEDR Skill Level= Apprentice Rank = 3 Craft=WELD Skill Level =Apprentice Rank = 3 Skill Level=Journeyman Rank = 1 Craft=ELEC Skill Level=Junior Rank = 3 Skill Level=First Class Rank = 2 Skill Level=Master Rank = 1 Skill Level= Journeyman Rank = 1 Qualification=6011 Wire Craft=WELD Skill Level=Journeyman Cert=Y Qualification - -Defines Qualification -May be General, Related to Craft / Skill Level -Defines General Certification Information Qualification=7018 Wire Craft=WELD Skill Level=Journeyman Cert=Y Qualification=Pressure Weld Craft=WELD Skill Level= Cert=N Qualification=CPR Craft= Skill Level= Cert=Y Labor= Bill Dudley Labor - -Defines Labor -Selects Crafts or Craft Levels -Specifies Specific Rates -Tracks Qualifications & Certifications Labor/Craft= Journeyman Pile Driver Standard Rates (Default) Labor/Craft= Journeyman Welder Standard Rates (Default) Qualification= OSHA Safety Certified = Y Qualification= 7018 Wire Weld Certified = Y Qualification= Pressure Weld
  12. 12. © 2012 IBM Corporation12 Demonstration  Skill Level (ALN Domain)  Create Craft  Establish Rates – Internal and External – Premium Pay Codes  Labor Rate Contract – Premium Pay Codes  Create Qualification  Create Person  Create Labor  Report Labor
  13. 13. © 2012 IBM Corporation13 Helpful Details GL Accounts and Control Accounts –GL Account – Where the Cost goes –Control Account – Offset of the Cost Uniqueness of Person’s email
  14. 14. © 2012 IBM Corporation14 GL Account – where the Cost goes Labor PK LaborCode PK OrgID Status YDT Hours YTD OT Hrs YTD OT Refused Work Location IssueToLocation Type AvailFactor LaborCraftRate PK,FK1 LaborCode PK,FK2,FK3 Craft PK,FK2,FK3 Skill Level PK,FK3 ContractNum Inherit? DefaultCraft ? Outside? Rate GLAccount ControlAccount DefaultTicketGLAccount Contract PK ContractNum PK RevisionNum Status StatusDate ContractType EffDate ExpDate PORequired etc. Craft PK Craft PK OrgID Description CraftSkill PK,FK1 Craft PK Skill Level PK,FK1 OrgID Description Rank CraftRate PK,FK1 Craft PK,FK1 Skill Level PK,FK2 ContractNum PK,FK2 RevisionNum StandardRate GL Account
  15. 15. © 2012 IBM Corporation15 Control Account – External Labor Cost offset
  16. 16. © 2012 IBM Corporation16 Control Account – Internal Labor Cost offset
  17. 17. © 2012 IBM Corporation17 Email Listener Maximo

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