PeopleSoft Global Payroll Core Engine & Absence Accel. Rel 9.1

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Course Duration: 5 days
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This 5-day course covers the absence management tools found in the core Global Payroll product. Utilizing the core global absence functionality, users can track the time payees are out sick, on vacation, or absent for any other reason. Employees and managers can use web-based browser pages, referred to as self-service pages, to enter online requests for absences, view current and future absence balances, and process absences. During the class, participants will be shown the tools needed to define valid absence reasons, accrual policies, approvals and delegation of authority over absence transactions, and the exact conditions that must be met before an absence can be paid. Using this information, participants will generate payrolls using the Global Payroll core absence functionality. The course also provides the basic information users need to set up and configure Global Payroll elements, including earnings, deductions, formulas, and brackets; it provides a combination of instruction and practice in setting up processing and organizational structures, defining payee data, running payrolls, and verifying results; it concludes with lessons on running the banking process, reconciling payments, and setting up the general ledger interface. Because this course provides practice in creating a payroll system from the ground up, beginning with the most basic calculation rules and continuing with setup steps such as the definition of accumulators, segmentation triggers, and proration rules, it provides a solid foundation for both implementers and functional analysts who are responsible for developing Global Payroll rules.

Learn to:

  • Manage employee absence
  • Define self-service absence transactions
  • Define absence entitlement and take elements
  • Set up processing and organizational structures
  • Define payee data, running payrolls, and verifying results
  • Set up the general ledger interface
  • Business Analysts
  • Functional Implementer
  • Project Manager
  • Technical Consultant
Human Resources Rel 9
  • Define absence entitlement and take elements
  • Define absence forecasting and balance inquiry processes
  • Define per-absence entitlements and takes
  • Define self-service absence transactions
  • Establish the processing hierarchy for absences
  • Implement segmentation with absences
  • Work with approvals and delegation in Absence Management
  • Create Banking Information
  • Define Common Characteristics of Global Payroll Elements
  • Define Earnings, Deductions, and Accumulators
  • Define Payee Level Overrides
  • Process Iterative, Segmentation, and Retro Triggers
  • Process Off-Cycle Payrolls
  • Reconcile Payments
  • Set Up the General Ledger Interface
  • Adjust frequency based absences

Global Payroll Business Process Overview

Global Payroll integration

Global Payroll functionality and country extensions

Global Payroll frameworks

Processing steps for payroll

Global Payroll Core Absence Business Process Overview
Global Payroll core absence
Absence terminology
Global Payroll core absence features
Core absence setup tasks
Batch processing and absences

Working with Schedules in Global Payroll
Describing the use of work schedules
Explaining schedule groups
Creating work schedules
Loading and viewing schedule calendars
Validating schedule changes
Defining holiday schedules
Assigning and overriding schedules

 

Defining Absence Entitlements
Describing the use of entitlements
Defining entitlement types
Analyzing absence entitlement components
Defining entitlement accumulators

 

Defining Absence Takes
Describing the use of absence takes
Analyzing absence take component
Describing absence setup guidelines
Describing formulas

Establishing the Processing Hierarchy for Absences
Preparing absence elements for use
Summarizing the organizational framework
Summarize the processing framework
Summarize the calendar framework

Processing Absences
Defining absence events
Running the absence process
Explaining daily data


Defining Absence Forecasting and Balance Inquiry Processes
Defining absence forecasting and balance inquiry setup
Forecasting an absence event
Viewing absence balances

 

Implementing Absence Take Features
Defining absence take options
Defining absence take period rules
Defining negative balances
Defining absence priority

Generating Positive Input
Identifying sources of positive input
Summarizing positive input
Identifying instances and bundling rules for absence takes
Creating earnings and deductions to support absence event entries

Implementing Segmentation with Absences
Describing absence segmentation
Defining segmentation
Managing segmentation triggers
Defining proration

 

Defining Common Characteristics of Elements
Explaining Elements
Explaining How Elements and 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
Defining a Deduction
Explaining Batch Processing of Earnings and Deductions
Defining Rate Codes

Defining Accumulators
Explaining Accumulators
Setting Up 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 Page
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