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Talent Management u2013 manager view of assessment created by previous manager?

Within talent management MSS, if an employee moves into a new position - their new manager can create new assessments for the employee even if the previous manager has already completed assessments. Per SAP documentation ( and subsequent frames), standard allows both managers to complete the assessment. The assessment value will be averaged between the two ratings and there is a badi HRTMC_ASSESSMENT_AVERAGE available to change how the value is rating is calculated. However, the new manager cannot display the previously created assessments.

A similar thing happens where new managers cannot see previous assessments for employees within the assessment tab of the Talent profile. No data Available is displayed even though assessments exist but were created by a different appraiser.

Our end users would like to provide the new manager display access to the previously created assessments.

I have found that it is possible via PHAP_ADMIN to change the appraiser on a completed assessment by changing the status, then updating the appraiser, then saving as completed, however the only change visibility is within the action log of the appraisal (if the logging was turned within the template - the activation can be done in the 'TMC Catalog for Appraisal Forms' (transaction HRTMC_CATALOG_TMC) in the tab 'Processing'. There you'll get different log levels. The log can be viewed by transaction SLG1 and object=HRHAP00 and subobject=DOCUMENT. Or directly within the PHAP_ADMIN display), and then it is the same assessment to be rated, not a new appraisal to be completed by the new manager.

Does anyone know if it is possible to allow a new manager/appraiser display access to assessment created by someone else within MSS? If so, how?

Does anyone if it is possible to limit the number of assessments per analysis period regardless of how many managers and employee may have within the period?

Thank you,

Becky Zick

Former Member
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