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Oracle Apps HRMS

Oracle Apps HRMS Course Outline 

Oracle-Apps HRMS is one of the vital modules in Oracle Apps Business Suite. In the normal course, Payroll and HR departments have handled and managed HR information in pockets making them duplicate systems. Evolving Businesses In the recent past have been emphasizing on a need for an integrated information management system from both Payroll and HR. Oracle HRMS creates the synergy combining the two systems which in turn provide greater range functionality of the overall HR system. The system, however, has the flexibility to operate as a stand-alone solution either for HR system or a Payroll system.

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Course Objectives and Career Options

Upon the completion of the training one will be able to implement and maintaining HRIS systems for his/her organization. One will gain the knowledge and competency to advise and guide the management re HRIS administration. One will be able to offer technical support to other operational and administrative staff to use the system functionalities.

One will be able to migrate the existing data from the Legacy system and create valuable reports.

Required Education

Oracle HRMS training supported with a bachelor’s degree

Indicative Job Growth

5 % from 2018-2024

Average Annual Compensation

180,486 AED

 


Course Outline

Introduction

  • What is an ERP?
  • Introduction to Oracle Application E-Business Suite and its Architecture
  • Understanding Multi-Org Concept in Oracle Application
  • Understanding Oracle apps R12 MOAC (Multi-Org Access Control Model)
  • Oracle application System Administration
  • Creating Application Users
  • Functional Security and Application Security
  • Creating role based Responsibilities
  • Creating Custom Menus, Request Groups, Data Groups
  • Creating and managing Concurrent Programs and Reports.
  • Standard request submission (SRS)
  • Profile Options in Oracle Applications
  • Value Sets and Flex fields in Oracle Applications
  • KFF and DFF

Core HR

  • Introduction
  • Oracle HRMS Solutions
  • Business Processes in Oracle HRMS
  • Oracle HRMS Information Model
  • Overview of Enterprise Work Structures
  • Defining Common Data
  • Defining Descriptive Flex fields
  • Special Information Types and Extra Information Types in Oracle
  • Defining Lookups and Values
  • Creation a Business Group
  • Creation of Locations and Organizations Overview
  • Representing Legal and Government Reporting Structures
  • Representing Grades and Their Relationship to Pay
  • Representing Jobs and Positions
  • Position Hierarchies

Payroll

  • Introduction to Payroll Processing
  • Defining Payment Methods
  • Defining Elements
  • Making Batch Element Entry (BEE)
  • Overview of Payroll Processing
  • Running Prepayments
  • Difference Between Rollback, Retries, and Reversals
  • Balances
  • Reasons for Adjusting Balances
  • Viewing and Correcting a Quick Pay
  • Defining Bank FLexfield
  • Defining Payroll
  • Running a Payroll
  • Running the Costing Process
  • Correcting Results of Processing Using these Processes
  • Running a Quick Pay
  • Fast Formulas

Self Service HR

  • Introduction to SSHR
  • Functions and Features of SSHR
  • Fundamentals of SSHR
  • Self-Service Basics
  • User Access and Security
  • User Access to People
  • Configuring SSHR
  • Functions, Menus, and Responsibilities
  • Configuring Functions
  • Configuring Web Page Layouts
  • Approvals
  • Using SSHR
  • Common SSHR Functions
  • Employee Directory

iRecruitment

  • Overview of Oracle iRecruitment
  • Implement Oracle iRecruitment
  • Configuring iRecruitment Pages
  • Managers and Recruiters: Assessments
  • Managers and Recruiters: Vacancies and Job Posting
  • Job Seekers: Site Visitors and Registered Users
  • Managers and Recruiters: Candidate Processing
  • Managing Communications
  • Managing Interview Tasks
  • Managers and Recruiters: Working with Applicants

  Oracle Time & Labour

  • Creating timecard building blocks
  • Creating different flexible implementation
  • Options that OTL provides
  • Integrating OTL with Payroll by element
  • Setup process for OTL
  • Approval Periods and Approval Styles
  • Time Entry Rules
  • Time Entry Rule Groups
  • Preferences
  • Alternate Names
  • Configure OTLR
  • Policies
  • Transfer timecards to Batch Element Entry (BEE)

Who can Benefit from this Course

  • HR Administrator
  • Finance and Payroll specialists
  • HRIS Administrator
  • HR Generalist
  • HR ERP Consultant

Course Objectives and Career Options

Upon the completion of the training one will be able to implement and maintaining HRIS systems for his/her organization. One will gain the knowledge and competency to advise and guide the management re HRIS administration. One will be able to offer technical support to other operational and administrative staff to use the system functionalities.

One will be able to migrate the existing data from the Legacy system and create valuable reports.

Required Education

Oracle HRMS training supported with a bachelor’s degree

Indicative Job Growth

5 % from 2018-2024

Average Annual Compensation

180,486 AED

 

Course Outline

Introduction

  • What is an ERP?
  • Introduction to Oracle Application E-Business Suite and its Architecture
  • Understanding Multi-Org Concept in Oracle Application
  • Understanding Oracle apps R12 MOAC (Multi-Org Access Control Model)
  • Oracle application System Administration
  • Creating Application Users
  • Functional Security and Application Security
  • Creating role based Responsibilities
  • Creating Custom Menus, Request Groups, Data Groups
  • Creating and managing Concurrent Programs and Reports.
  • Standard request submission (SRS)
  • Profile Options in Oracle Applications
  • Value Sets and Flex fields in Oracle Applications
  • KFF and DFF

Core HR

  • Introduction
  • Oracle HRMS Solutions
  • Business Processes in Oracle HRMS
  • Oracle HRMS Information Model
  • Overview of Enterprise Work Structures
  • Defining Common Data
  • Defining Descriptive Flex fields
  • Special Information Types and Extra Information Types in Oracle
  • Defining Lookups and Values
  • Creation a Business Group
  • Creation of Locations and Organizations Overview
  • Representing Legal and Government Reporting Structures
  • Representing Grades and Their Relationship to Pay
  • Representing Jobs and Positions
  • Position Hierarchies

Payroll

  • Introduction to Payroll Processing
  • Defining Payment Methods
  • Defining Elements
  • Making Batch Element Entry (BEE)
  • Overview of Payroll Processing
  • Running Prepayments
  • Difference Between Rollback, Retries, and Reversals
  • Balances
  • Reasons for Adjusting Balances
  • Viewing and Correcting a Quick Pay
  • Defining Bank FLexfield
  • Defining Payroll
  • Running a Payroll
  • Running the Costing Process
  • Correcting Results of Processing Using these Processes
  • Running a Quick Pay
  • Fast Formulas

Self Service HR

  • Introduction to SSHR
  • Functions and Features of SSHR
  • Fundamentals of SSHR
  • Self-Service Basics
  • User Access and Security
  • User Access to People
  • Configuring SSHR
  • Functions, Menus, and Responsibilities
  • Configuring Functions
  • Configuring Web Page Layouts
  • Approvals
  • Using SSHR
  • Common SSHR Functions
  • Employee Directory

iRecruitment

  • Overview of Oracle iRecruitment
  • Implement Oracle iRecruitment
  • Configuring iRecruitment Pages
  • Managers and Recruiters: Assessments
  • Managers and Recruiters: Vacancies and Job Posting
  • Job Seekers: Site Visitors and Registered Users
  • Managers and Recruiters: Candidate Processing
  • Managing Communications
  • Managing Interview Tasks
  • Managers and Recruiters: Working with Applicants

  Oracle Time & Labour

  • Creating timecard building blocks
  • Creating different flexible implementation
  • Options that OTL provides
  • Integrating OTL with Payroll by element
  • Setup process for OTL
  • Approval Periods and Approval Styles
  • Time Entry Rules
  • Time Entry Rule Groups
  • Preferences
  • Alternate Names
  • Configure OTLR
  • Policies
  • Transfer timecards to Batch Element Entry (BEE)

Who can Benefit from this Course

  • HR Administrator
  • Finance and Payroll specialists
  • HRIS Administrator
  • HR Generalist
  • HR ERP Consultant

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