PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2

PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2

Introduction:

Why Choose ENO for Your PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2 Course

This PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2 teaches you how to leverage the functionality for defining absence rules, recording and processing absences. PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2 will also teach you how to send the results to a payroll system using PeopleSoft 9.2 Absence Management.

PeopleSoft Absence Management Training Rel 9.2Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

Administrator
End Users
Functional Implementer

What You Will Learn:

Create rules for tracking employee absence time.
Define accrual policies.
Report absences and process absences.
Review processing results.
Make adjustments to accruals.
Correct reported absence data.
Create rules that track the time that payees are out sick, on vacation or absent for other reasons.
Define the conditions that must be met before absences can be paid.
Build a processing framework.

Skills Gained:

Create organizational, processing, and calendar frameworks.
Build rules for tracking absences and accrued time off.
Create and assign work schedules.
Enter absences and forecast entitlement.
Process absences and view the results.
Adjust entitlement balances.
Send absence data to your payroll system.
Describe self-service absence functionality.

Course Content:

Creating Schedules

Describing the Use of Schedules
Explaining Schedule Groups
Creating Work Schedules
Viewing Schedule Calendars
Validating Schedule Changes
Describing Holiday Schedules
Explaining Methods of Assigning Work Schedules

Defining Common Characteristics of Absence Elements

Explaining Absence Element Categories
Identifying Absence Element Types
Identifying Entry Types and Entry Type Prompts
Defining Basic Absence Element Parameters

Defining Absence Take and Absence Entitlement Elements

Describing Entitlement Accrual
Creating Absence Entitlement Elements
Modifying Entitlement Balance Accumulators
Explaining Absence Types and Reasons
Describing Absence Take Elements
Creating Absence Take Elements
Describing Absence Setup Guidelines

Setting Up Supporting Elements

Listing Supporting Elements
Describing System Elements
Creating Variable Elements
Describing Date Elements
Defining Duration Elements
Creating Formula Elements
Describing Operators Used in Formulas
Describing Elements Used to Look Up Values

Defining the Organizational and Processing Frameworks

Defining Element Groups
Defining Eligibility Groups
Defining Pay Entities
Defining Pay Groups
Mapping Pay Groups
Defining Sections
Defining Process Lists

Setting Up Calendars

Describing Calendar Concepts
Defining Run Types
Defining Periods
Defining Calendars
Defining Calendar Groups

Entering and Processing Absences

Entering Absence Events
Viewing Payee Data
Describing Entitlement and Take Processing
Running the Absence Process
Describing the Processing Phases and Options
Viewing Processing Results

Viewing and Controlling Absence Processing Results

Defining Rounding Rules
Describing Frequency Conversion
Describing Generation Control

Overriding Supporting Elements

Describing Supporting Element Override Levels
Describing the Element Override Hierarchy

Adjusting Frequency-Based Entitlement

Describing Frequency-Based Entitlement Adjustments
Adjusting Frequency-Based Entitlement Balances
Overriding Frequency-Based Entitlement Definitions

Generating Positive Input for Payroll

Describing Positive Input Generation
Creating Earning and Deduction Elements
Mapping Earnings and Deductions to a Payroll System
Associating Earning and Deduction Elements with Take Elements

Defining Absence-Based Entitlements and Takes

Defining Absence-Based Entitlement Elements
Defining Take Elements with Absence-Based Entitlement
Describing How to Link Related Absences
Adjusting Absence-Based Entitlements

Defining Extended Absences

Setting Up Configurable Sections
Setting Up Attachments
Setting Up Extended Absences
Managing Extended Absences

Implementing Absence Take Features

Defining Qualifying Periods for Using Entitlement
Defining Rules for Negative Entitlement Balances
Using Mapping to Generate Absence Data for Two Take Elements
Explaining How to Store Data in User Defined Fields

Defining Forecasting and Balance Inquiry Processes

Describing Forecasting and Balance Inquiry
Setting Up Forecasting and Balance Inquiry Processing
Forecasting an Absence Event
Viewing Absence Balances

Using Leave Donations

Setting up Leave Donation Framework
Initiating Leave Transfer Requests

Managing Iterative Processing

Describing Trigger Types
Describing Iterative Triggers
Setting Up Trigger Definitions
Viewing Iterative Triggers
Explaining Mass Triggers

Implementing Segmentation

Describing Types of Segmentation
Defining Segmentation Terminology
Setting Up Segmentation
Viewing, Adding, and Canceling Segmentation Triggers
Describing General Rules for Segmentation Processing
Describing Proration

Sending Absence Data to Payroll

Describing Transmitted Data
Sending Absence Data to Payroll
Explaining Payroll Processing with Absence Data
Describing the Impact of Retroactivity

Processing Retroactivity

Explaining Retroactivity
Defining Retroactivity Terminology
Defining Rules for Retroactive Processing
Enabling Retro Processing by Run Type, Calendar, and Calendar Group
Viewing, Adding, and Canceling Retro Triggers

Processing Off-Cycle Transactions

Explaining Off-Cycle Processing
Entering Instructions for Off-Cycle Processing
Processing Off-Cycle Transactions

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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