What about the EC payroll solution, in a global scenario, headquarters in Europe with a legal entity in Russia doing payroll for them. Disclaimer: This Export Control and Sanctions Compliance website is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice to SAP on any particular matter, nor does it constitute any obligation on the part of SAP to keep users informed of any relevant U.S. or European export control or sanctions laws. SAP encourages users to seek advice from legal experts. (Note that there is no set schedule for updating this site.) In addition, the use of SAP classifications by third parties is without recourse to SAP and the risk of the third party. SAP is in no way liable for damages caused to third parties by the use of or reliance on these classifications. 1. Transfer of an employee to Russia. 2. Simultaneous/global deployment in Russia. 3. Dated future transaction where the legal entity will be placed on the Russian legal entity in the future.

Step 4: Create a custom report with the advanced reporting tool “SAP is committed to conducting its business in Russia as quickly as possible,” an SAP spokesperson said. “However, recent legal developments in Russia have limited our options regarding the final stages of our withdrawal.” In addition, transactions with or in relation to certain destinations that pose an increased risk of export control or sanction for SAP are subject to enhanced due diligence requirements, which may include approval by competent authorities. I am not sure I understood your concern. Since the cube is not a data source, I don`t think we need to do it for report analysis. Once you have enabled it, DC12 will write the corresponding data in RDC for employees with a legal entity in Russia by executing the process. Workflow: If the legal entity listed in the job information is Russia, all personal entities will be synchronized with the Russian data center after the new hiring workflow is approved. If SAP leaves, local employees could face potential legal consequences, which is why a management buyout is the preferred solution from the company`s perspective, two sources said. While SAP has closed its data center and cloud operations in Russia, SAP has annual maintenance contracts for its customer-operated software in Russia, and SAP must somehow manage those contracts or take legal risks, the Reuters report said, citing “five sources” familiar with the situation.

Although it has closed its data centers and cloud operations in the country, SAP still has annual contracts for its maintenance business in Russia that it must maintain or carries legal risks, said the sources, who asked not to be identified because they are not authorized to speak publicly about the situation. Are there plans to offer a similar solution to meet similar data residency requirements that are ongoing for China? The company`s maintenance contracts automatically renew and were renewed for another year in September, according to the Reuters article, and if maintenance services are not continued, SAP could face a potential breach of contract. Local SAP employees could even face potential legal consequences if SAP stopped maintenance, according to Reuters. “However, recent legal developments in Russia have limited our options regarding the final stages of our withdrawal. We remain firmly committed to ending our operations in Russia as soon as possible,” SAP said in the statement. New employees via imports and API: Customers must follow a specific import order to retrieve the company country to ensure that Russian employees` PII data is written to the Russian data center. The legal entity is determined using task information imports, which must be performed before PII data is imported. Here`s the new order of imports that should be followed: Under contractual rules, SAP must terminate three months before severing relations, which it has not done due to concerns about the legal implications, the sources said. What is the Russian Data Residence Law? Russian data protection legislation requires companies with employees in Russia to manage the personal master data of their employees in a Russian data center. The legislation creates a new obligation to manage the personal master data of Russian citizens in Russia. This means that companies outside Russia that process the data of Russian citizens “will be forced to place their servers in Russia if they want to continue doing business in the market.” The exact scope of the Location Law is somewhat ambiguous, but RPDL data operators ensure that the recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, revision (updating and modification) and extraction of personal data of Russian employees are stored on servers in Russia.

What is SAP SuccessFactors? SAP has set up a data center in Russia to help customers comply with this law. Customers who want to use our data protection solution for Russia have each created their own private database schema in the Russian Data Center (RDC). This entity contains the personal data (PII) of its Russian employees. This can be reported using an MDF record called Personal Data Residence Log, which is located in the same global data center (GDC) as the customer`s Employee Central production instance. This log stores a timestamp that indicates when the information was written to the Russian data center and the global data center. It also contains other information such as the employee ID, the type of action taken, and the object modified so that organizations can report the type and time of the action performed on the PII of a Russian employee. When an entry/update of personal information is made for employees whose legal entity is country = `RUS`, all their personal information is first written to the Russian data center (DC), then to the global data center and an entry is made in the personal data residence log record. This solution has been available to customers since Q4 2015. The process is driven out of the country of the legal entity where the employee is hired, not his nationality. I hope this helps Please report an extension with the recruitment team. I don`t know how we circumvent RDCs` requirements for candidate information In the race to leave, some Western companies have sold their companies to investors Russia deems friendly, or have transferred them with responsibilities to local managers – often at costly losses.

A license, authorization or other documentation may be required to complete limited end-use transactions, including: Do you have more detailed information on the ETA for RDC for recruitment? With which schema should we update the enterprise schema of the Russian data center? The company will release its third-quarter results on Tuesday. While the software giant has closed its data centers and cloud operations in Russia, it faces a potential breach of contract unless it finds a way to fulfill its contractual maintenance obligations there. Hi Stephanie – have you ever had an answer to this question? If a customer does not follow this order, they must perform a thorough cleaning for all personal entities. The same process must be followed for API uperts via Boomi or another interface. The Zip download is not applicable here, as the order of the imports is hard-coded in the system. This is not an excuse, but the fact is that customers do not have enough time and resources to research each solution. All of these transactions are subject to enhanced due diligence and licensing decisions are made on a case-by-case basis. The SAP case highlights the complications faced by Western companies leaving Russia. These include fulfilling contractual obligations, avoiding working for sanctioned individuals or institutions, offering staff transfers, and exerting Russian state pressure on departing foreign companies. For more information about future capabilities, see the official SAP Successfactors roadmap. Comments on this blog should not be construed as a commitment to functionality and/or a roadmap. Here are the URLs of the preview and production environments: That`s right, Stephanie.

It only works if we hire someone with Russian Legla entities with job information. Some have inserted buy-back clauses into sales contracts, such as the car manufacturer Renault (RENA. PA) and Nissan (7201.T), which were sold to a Russian state-owned company in May and October respectively for a nominal sum. Starting with Q2 2017, a schema is automatically created in Russian DC when you enable the switch in the deployment. If an error occurs, please create an SRSD ticket to create a schema in the Russian data center. The law provides for the administration of personal master data of Russian citizens in Russia. Will the trial copy non-Russian citizens who also work in Russia? How does the process distinguish between Russian and non-Russian citizens? ETA was moved to 1811 for RDC for recruitment due to other urgent product priorities such as GDPR.