PeopleSoft Global Payroll Training Rel 9.1

PeopleSoft Global Payroll Training Rel 9.1


PeopleSoft Global Payroll Training Rel 9.1 Course description

This 5-day PeopleSoft Global Payroll Training Rel 9.1 course covers the functionality needed to set up the core application for the PeopleSoft Global Payroll product. The flexibility of the core product allows the user to use PeopleSoft Global Payroll to serve the unique needs of various countries and organizations. Participants generate payrolls while using the core functionality of Global Payroll.

PeopleSoft Global Payroll Training Rel 9.1Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days


Introduction to Human Resources Foundation
Introduction to Human Resources - Germany (any release)
Human Resources - U.K. (any release)
Introduction to PeopleSoft for HRMS (any release)
Introduction to Human Resources France (any release)

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:

Application Developers
Business Analysts
End Users
Project Manager
Support Engineer
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Establish payee data.
Define common characteristics of elements.
Define earnings, deductions, and accumulators.
Define the organizational and processing structure.
Set up banking.
Use ePay

Skills Gained:

Define common characteristics of elements
Define earnings, deductions, and accumulators
Define the organizational and processing structure
Establish payee data
Run the payroll process
View payroll results
Describe and use supporting elements
Control payroll results
Define overrides
Explain iterative processing and segmentation
Set up banking
Process retroactive pay
Process off-cycle calendars
Use ePay
Reconcile payments
Set up the General Ledger interface

Course Content:

Technology Overview

Describing the HRMS Product Line
Describing the Global Payroll Advantages
Describing the Differences Between Country Extensions and Core
Describing the Commonly Used Terms
Describing the Menu Structure
Describing How to Activate Global Payroll
Describing the Importance of Calendars
Describing the Processing Steps

Defining Common Characteristics of Elements

Explaining Elements
Explaining How Elements are Used
Explaining How Elements are Categorized
Describing the Element Name Page

Defining Major Elements – Earnings and Deductions

Identifying the Common Attributes of Earnings and Deductions
Defining an Earning
Creating an Earning
Explaining the Components Page
Explaining the Element Suffixes Page
Defining a Deduction
Creating a Deduction
Defining Rate Codes

Defining Accumulators

Defining Accumulators
Creating Accumulators

Defining the Organizational Structure

Describing the Organizational Structure
Defining Element Groups
Defining Eligibility Groups
Defining Pay Entities
Defining Pay Groups

Defining the Processing Structure

Describing the Processing Structure
Defining Sections
Defining Process Lists

Setting Up Calendars

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

Establishing Payee Data

Explaining the Human Resources and Global Payroll Integration
Viewing Payee Data in Global Payroll

Running the Payroll Process

Explaining the Payroll/Absence Run Control
Explaining Processing Phases and Options
Reviewing the Processing Steps
Reviewing Processing Results

Viewing Payroll Results

Reviewing the Output Result Tables
Viewing the Output Result Tables

Describing Supporting Elements

Reviewing Supporting Elements
Describing System Elements
Creating Variables
Describing Dates
Explaining Durations

Controlling Results

Defining Rounding Rules
Describing Frequency Conversion
Explaining Generation Control
Managing Currency Support in Global Payroll

Using Additional Supporting Elements

Defining a Formula
Explaining Operators
Explaining Elements Used to Look Up Values
Explaining Brackets
Summarizing Bracket Examples

Processing Payee Level Overrides

Reviewing Payee Level Overrides
Assigning Earnings and Deductions to Payees
Entering Positive Input

Managing Iterative Processing

Summarizing Types of Triggers
Defining Iterative Triggers
Setting Up Triggers
Viewing Iterative Triggers
Setting Up Mass Triggers

Creating Segmentation

Explaining Types of Segmentation
Defining Segmentation Terminology
Setting Up Segmentation
Processing Segmentation
Explaining Proration

Creating Banking Information

Reviewing Banking
Explaining Banking Set Up Requirements
Defining Banks
Setting Up the Electronic Transfer Formats
Explaining Source Bank Accounts
Assigning Banking Information
Explaining Recipient Processing
Defining Deposit Schedules

Completing the Payroll Process

Running the Finalize Process
Running the Banking Process
Viewing Banking Results

Processing Retroactive Pay

Explaining Retroactivity
Specifying Retroactivity Terminology
Setting Up Retroactivity
Explaining Version and Revision Numbers
Defining the Retroactive Process
Specifying Backward and Forward Limits
Explaining Areas Affected by Retro
Summarizing Retroactive Methods

Processing Off-Cycle Payrolls

Explaining Off-Cycle Payrolls
Describing Types of Off-Cycle Transactions
Configuring Off-Cycle Requests
Entering Manual Payments
Creating Corrections
Creating Additional Payments
Entering Advances
Processing Off-Cycle Payrolls

Using ePay

Reviewing ePay Transactions
Defining Personal Bank Information
Defining Distribution Details
Viewing Payslips

Setting Up the General Ledger Interface

Explaining the General Ledger Interface
Explaining TableSet IDs and Business Units
Explaining Chartfields
Explaining General Ledger Grouping
Defining General Ledger Mapping
Explaining Distribution Overrides
Publishing Payroll Data to General Ledger
Running the General Ledger Process

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