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R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite Essentials for Implementers
Overview
Oracle R12.1 E-Business Essentials for Implementers training helps you build a functional foundation for any E-Business Suite Fundamentals course. It's ideal for those who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.
Prerequisites
Navigate within R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Understand conceptually the major architectural components of R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Describe basic concepts of R12.1 Oracle System Administration
  • Define key and descriptive Flexfields
  • Identify shared entities across R12.1 Oracle E-Business Suite
  • Describe features and benefits of Multiple Organization Access Control (MOAC)
  • Create Oracle Alerts and test a Periodic Alert
  • Learn the key features and benefits of R12.1 Oracle Workflow
  • Understand basic features of Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications
  • Objectives
    Outlines

    R12.1 Oracle E-Business Essentials for Implementers: Overview

    • Objectives
    • Course purpose
    • More help about documentation and other resources
    • OU courses
    • Summary

    Navigating in R12.1 Oracle Applications

    • Logging into and logging off from Oracle Applications
    • Accessing Responsibilities
    • Using forms & menus
    • Data Flow Across Oracle Applications
    • Entering data using forms
    • Retrieving, Editing and Deleting records
    • Accessing Online Help
    • Running reports and programs

    Introduction to R12.1 Oracle Applications

    • Introduction to R12.1 Footprint
    • Benefits of R12.1 Footprint
    • R12.1 E-Business Suite Architecture
    • Basic Technical Architecture
    • Overview of Oracle file system and directories
    • Brief Overview/Introduction about Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway

    Fundamentals of System Administration

    • Application Security Overview
    • Function Security
    • Data Security
    • Profile Options
    • Standard request submission (SRS)

    Fundamentals of Flexfields

    • Basics of Flexfields
    • Define Value sets
    • Define Key Flexfields
    • Define Descriptive Flexfields
    • Planning Decisions
    • Flexfield Enhancements

    Shared Entities and Integration

    • Shared entities and non-key shared entities
    • Overview of E-Business Suite business flows and integration

    Fundamentals of Multiple-Organization and Multiple-Organization Access Control (MOAC)

    • Introduction to Multiple-Organization and Multiple- Organization Access control (MOAC)
    • Types of organizations supported in the Multi-Org model
    • Multiple-Organization Access Control Setup and Process
    • Reporting across entities
    • Key Implementation considerations

    Fundamentals of Oracle Workflow & Alerts

    • Overview of Workflow
    • Oracle Workflow Home Pages
    • Worklist WebPages
    • Workflow Monitor WebPages
    • Overview of Alerts
    • Difference between Workflow & Alerts

    Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Applications: Overview

    • Oracle BI Applications: Overview
    • Oracle BI Applications: Multisource Analytics
    • Application Integration: Security
    • Application Integration: Action Links
    • Guided Navigation
    • Deployment Options
     
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    Duration 16 Hours
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    R12 Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals
    Overview
    Oracle HRMS enables you to create the work structure components to represent your enterprise. As a best practice in configuring your work structures, you can use Oracle HRMS Configuration Workbench. This course enables you to define the common data that your enterprise requires such as the unique structures for job, position, and other business entities. You learn how to represent the different business models of an enterprise, define business groups, organizations, and organization hierarchies. The topics in this course show you how to synchronize the financial reporting structures with the HR reporting structures for budget planning and analysis. You will also be able to define government-reporting structures like reporting categories and assignment statuses to satisfy the requirements for government reports.
    Prerequisites
    • Recognize different types of enterprise business models
    • Represent the different enterprise business models in Oracle HRMS
    • Identify the work structure components and their usage
    • Define the unique structure of business entities such as jobs, positions, and grades
    • Create business groups, locations, and organizations
    • Set up organization hierarchies
    • Represent the financial reporting structures
    • Automatically create HR Organizations based on GL Account Combinations
    • Represent legal and government reporting structures
    • Define organization information for government mandated reporting
    • Define jobs and positions
    • Define and change position hierarchies
    • Setup Checklists
    • Setup workers compensation

    Objectives
    Outlines

    Overview of Enterprise Work Structures

    • Explaining the Oracle HRMS information model
    • Indicating the typical types of enterprise

    Understanding Work Structure Components 1

    • Providing an overview of work structures
    • Explaining how to represent the employer using work structures
    • Explaining business groups and emphasize that they represent legislations in Oracle HRMS

    Understanding Work Structure Components 2

    • Discussing locations, organizations, jobs, and positions

    Understanding Work Structure Components 3

    • Discussing grades, people groups, unions, and representative groups

    Setting up Enterprise Work Structures

    • Defining Key Flexfields
    • Explaining key flexfields in Oracle HRMS
    • Identifying the standard features of key flexfields
    • Discussing the points to consider while creating key flexfields

    Creating a Business Group

    • Representing your enterprise
    • Discussing the business group and the option of having single and multiple business groups
    • Sharing information across business groups
    • Recording standard information for a business group

    Creating Locations

    • Providing an overview of locations
    • Defining and deleting locations

    Creating Organizations

    • Explaining organizations within a business group
    • Creating, classifying, and deleting organizations
    • Entering additional information for organizations
    • Identifying organization manager
    • Creating organization hierarchies

    Representing Financial Reporting Structure

    • Providing an overview of representing financial reporting structures
    • Recording costing information
    • Discussing parallel reporting structures (HR and GL) and integration of these parallel reporting structures
    • Automatically create HR organizations based on GL Account Combinations

    Representing Government Reporting Structures (US)

    • Discussing the reporting requirements
    • Preparing for Government–Mandated HR Reporting

    Representing Jobs and Positions

    • Explaining using jobs and positions
    • Describing job structures, jobs, and job groups
    • Discussing additional information for jobs and supplementary roles
    • Describing position structures, positions, position control, and position transactions
    • Discussing additional information for positions
    • Changing job and position definitions

    Position Hierarchies

    • Defining and changing position hierarchies

    Mass Move Updates

    • Reorganizing and mass moving positions, assignments, and organizations

    Understanding Checklists

    • Benefits of using Checklists
    • How Checklists work
    • About Checklist-task performers
    • Setting up Checklists

    Setting up Workers Compensation (US)

    • Providing an overview of workers compensation in Oracle HRMS
    • Discussing work classification codes and rates
     
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    Duration 16 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    Oracle HRMS enables you to enter and track employees and contingent workers from the day they apply for a job to the day they leave your enterprise. Using Oracle HRMS you can hold, inquire, report, and keep track on a wide range of personal and employment information. This can include medical details, work schedules, preferred language for correspondence and personal contacts, as well as the basic details such as date of birth, employee number, and addresses. This course enables you to identify the different workers in your enterprise and introduces the different ways you can represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS.
    Prerequisites
    • Recognize the different interfaces for which you can enter and maintain people information
    • Recognize Self-Service HR capabilities
    • Describe person types
    • Identify components of the assignment
    • Describe collective agreements
    • Describe HRMS and HRMSi workforce reports
    • Demonstrate how to manage assignments
    • Demonstrate how to enter disability information
    • Describe how to terminate a person
    • Demonstrate how to transfer employees
    • Demonstrate how to create people records
    • Describe the key workforce concepts in Oracle HRMS
    • Identify the different workers in your enterprise
    • Understand how to represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Overview of People Management

    • Understanding people management components
    • Identifying the different workers in your enterprise
    • Defining people
    • Describing person types
    • Describing the key workforce concepts in Oracle HRMS
    • Identifying components of the assignment
    • Using assignments
    • Defining workforce relationships

    Introduction to Recording People Information

    • Recognizing the different interfaces for which you can enter and maintain people information
    • Recognizing Self-Service HR capabilities
    • Understanding how to represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS
    • Recording people information
    • Using Windows and Templates
    • Using Employee SSHR
    • Using Manager SSHR

    Set Up People Information

    • Defining person types
    • Understanding system and user person types
    • Identifying assignment statuses
    • Defining contract information
    • Defining user assignment statuses
    • Identifying contracts
    • Creating contracts
    • Defining additional information

    Collective Agreements

    • Identifying collective agreements
    • Defining collective agreements
    • Defining entitlement items
    • Defining derived factors
    • Defining eligibility profiles
    • Using collective agreements
    • Processing collective agreements

    Entering People Information

    • Understanding the hiring process
    • Hiring a new person
    • Placing a contingent worker
    • Entering personal information
    • Entering statutory information
    • Entering additional personal information

    Entering Assignment Information

    • Entering assignment information
    • Entering supervisor Information
    • Entering payroll information
    • Entering information for statutory reports
    • Maintaining multiple assignment
    • Entering contract information
    • Entering contingent worker assignment information

    Managing People

    • Maintaining personal and assignment information
    • Entering information for additional assignments
    • Changing and ending primary assignments
    • Viewing and updating personal and professional information in SSHR
    • Promoting and transferring a person
    • Describing disability information
    • Maintaining multiple assignments
    • Managing people over time

    Managing Schedules and Availability

    • HRMS and CAC Integrated Availability Features
    • Managing availability
    • Recording schedule information
    • Defining schedules
    • Defining calendar events

    Employee Transfers and Secondments

    • Describing transfers and secondments
    • Deploying proposals
    • Initiating permanent transfers
    • Updating deployment proposals
    • Completing initial setup of employee records
    • Initiating temporary secondments

    Reporting and Analyzing Workforce Information

    • Using Standard Reports
    • Using Statutory Reports
    • Using Discoverer Reports
    • Using HRMSi Reports
    • Using HRMSi Reports for Daily Business Intelligence

    Tracking Tenure Information (U.S. Only)

    • Describing tenure
    • Entering tenure information
    • Tracking and reporting on tenure information

    U.S. Government Reporting

    • Describing U.S. government-mandated reports
    • Reporting Requirements
    • Reporting Categories and Statuses

    Terminating

    • Ending assignments
    • Ending secondary assignments
    • Terminating assignments
    • Terminating employment
    • Ending contingent worker placements

    Reinstating or Rehiring

    • Cancelling terminations
    • Rehiring
    • Understanding Back-to-Back Employment
     
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    Duration 16 Hours
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    R12 Oracle HRMS Implement and Use Fast Formula
    Overview
    The Oracle HRMS Implement and Use FastFormula course gives you the fundamental skills that you will need to create, and maintain FastFormulas in HRMS. You will learn about different formula types, the seeded formulas, and how to adapt them. Specifically you will be introduced to the FastFormula required syntax, the use of global values, database items, data types, conditional logic, functions, user tables and their validation. You will also learn how to use FastFormula with QuickPaint Reports and Assignment sets.
    Prerequisites
    • Explain the different formula types
    • Explain the difference between the predefined, seeded, generated and user defined formulas
    • Adapt seeded and generated formulas to meet the needs of your enterprise
    • Write well structured and efficient FastFormulas
    • Write formulas using the FastFormula Assistant
    • Use conditional logic, Boolean operators, functions and user tables in your formulas
    • Create, modify, and use FastFormulas for validation
    • Use conversion functions in your formulas
    • Explain the use of FastFormulas for Quick Paint Reports and Assignment Sets
    • Create FastFormulas to define rules for Business Administration
    • Create, modify, and use FastFormulas for Payroll Processing
    • Create, modify, and use FastFormulas for PTO Accrual Plans
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Introduction to Oracle FastFormula

    • How Formulas Are Used in Oracle HRMS
    • Formula Types, Contexts, Inputs and Outputs
    • Pre-defined and User defined Formulas
    • Creating Formulas
    • Advantages of Using the FastFormula Assistant

    Basic Syntax and Structure

    • FastFormula Basic Syntax
    • Oracle FastFormula Structure

    Advanced Syntax and Examples

    • Advanced Oracle FastFormula Syntax
    • Examples of Oracle FastFormula

    Introduction to Using FastFormula

    • Introduction to Using FastFormula
    • Tips, Troubleshooting and Efficient Design
    • Using FastFormula in People Management Templates
    • Writing Formulas for Person Number Generation

    Using Oracle FastFormula in Benefits Administration

    • : Using Oracle FastFormula to define rules for Benefits Administration
    • Writing FastFormula for Benefits Administration: Input, Output and Eligibility rules
    • Writing FastFormula for Benefits Administration: Further Benefit Rules Input, Output and Eligibility rules

    Using FastFormula in Oracle Payroll

    • Using Formulas for Total Compensation
    • Testing Payroll Formulas
    • Designing and Building Business Rule Solutions

    Using FastFormula with Absence Management and PTO Accrual Plans

    • How Absence Management and Accrual Plans use Formulas
    • Review of PTO formula Types
    • Inputs and Outputs of Accrual Formulas
    • Adapting Accrual Formulas

    Using Formulas to Define Business Rules

    • Defining Parameters for Oracle HRMS Business Intelligence Reports with Formulas
    • Calling Formulas from PL/SQL
    • Creating a PL/SQL function for use in a Formula
     
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    Duration 24 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS Learning Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    This course offers a complete introduction to the implementation and use of Oracle Learning Management. Participants familiarize themselves with what decisions they must make before they implement, then learn how to perform implementation tasks such as setting up flexfields, content and conference servers, establishing catalog and content structures, and configuring options such as automatic wait listing and integrations with other applications. Participants learn how to administer all aspects of learning management, from catalog and content hierarchies to enrollments, resource allocation, and finance. They learn how to control instructor-led classes and enrollments through a system of class and enrollment statuses. To support the delivery of online learning, participants learn to manage a content hierarchy of learning objects, including imported objects adhering to recognized specifications, and to create question banks and online tests to assess learners' knowledge and skills. They also learn how OLM uses learner and instructor competencies as well as workflow notifications.
    Prerequisites
    • Perform implementation tasks such as setting up flexfields, content, and conference servers
    • Establish catalog and content structures
    • Configure options such as automatic wait listing and integrations with other applications
    • Administer all aspects of learning management, from catalog and content hierarchies to enrollments, resource allocation, and finance
    • Control instructor-led classes and enrollments through a system of class and enrollment statuses
    • Manage a content hierarchy of learning objects, including imported objects adhering to recognized specifications
    • Create question banks and online tests to assess learners' knowledge and skills
    • Access Oracle Learning Management as learners, instructors, and managers using the self-service interfaces
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Learning Management Overview

    • Objectives
    • Learning Management Tasks and Features
    • Catalog Management
    • Content Management
    • Resources
    • Enrollments
    • Self-Service Interfaces
    • Internal and For Profit Learning

    Decisions

    • Planning and Decision Making
    • Integration Decisions
    • Content Decisions
    • Decision on Courses
    • Enrollment Decisions
    • Resource Decisions
    • Decisions on Competencies
    • Security Decisions

    Implementation I: Introduction and Flexfields

    • Objectives
    • OLM Implementation Process
    • Flexfields
    • Key Flexfield Structure
    • Training Resource Key Flexfield
    • Descriptive Flexfields

    Implementation II: Administration and Organizations

    • Setting Up Users
    • Creating Lookups
    • Defining Business Groups
    • Defining Training Organizations
    • Defining a Site Location

    Implementation III: Catalog and Content

    • Resources Setup
    • Delivery Modes
    • Categories and Courses
    • Class and Enrollment Statuses
    • Learners and Training Managers
    • Content Server Setup
    • SCORM Adapter Setup
    • Conference Server Setup

    Implementation IV: Pricing and Finance

    • Financial Setup
    • Interface to Your Financial System
    • Managing Currencies
    • Cross-Charging
    • Reports

    Implementation V: Security and Integrated Applications

    • Financial Security
    • Enrollment Status Security
    • Function and Security Configuration
    • Role-Based Access Control
    • Security Groups
    • Organization Security
    • Profile Options
    • Order Management Integration Setup

    Catalog

    • Catalog Hierarchy
    • Categories
    • Courses
    • Offerings
    • Classes and Sessions
    • Competencies
    • Web Conferences
    • Learner Access

    Learning Paths and Learning Certifications

    • Learning Path Sections and Components
    • Subscription and Enrollment
    • Learning Certifications
    • Completion and Renewal
    • Learning Certification Statuses

    Content Assembly

    • Designing the Content Hierarchy
    • Creating the Content Structure
    • Creating Learning Objects
    • Learning Object Content
    • Quick Offerings
    • Player Prerequisites

    Test Building

    • The Test Model
    • Creating Question Banks
    • Managing Questions and Responses
    • Creating Tests
    • Assembling Tests
    • Analyzing Test Results

    Import and Export

    • Import and Export Utilities
    • Import and Export Specifications
    • Learning Object Import
    • Tracking Types
    • Test Import
    • Content and Assessment Hierarchy Import
    • Content Export
    • Content Upload

    Resources

    • Resource Types
    • Resources
    • Suppliers and Customers
    • Resource Booking
    • Required Resources
    • Double-Booking Resources

    Pricing and Finance

    • Price Lists
    • Extending and Modifying Price List Entries
    • Finance Headers and Lines
    • Finance Transfer Capabilities
    • Finance Transfer Process
    • Finance Header and Currency
    • Cross Charge Training Fees and Resources

    Enrollments

    • Customer and Worker Enrollments
    • Waiting List Management
    • Class Statuses
    • Enrollment Statuses
    • Combined Statuses
    • Enrollment Updates
    • External Learning
    • Reporting on Enrollment

    Self-Service Interfaces

    • Learner Interface
    • Manager Interface
    • Instructor Interface
     
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    Duration 16 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS Performance Management Fundamentals
    Overview
    This course offers an introduction to the functionality and use of Oracle HRMS Performance Management. Participants familiarize themselves with the application, and learn how to perform performance management tasks using the Oracle HRMS Performance Management functions. Participants learn to create competencies and worker competency profiles, and define competency requirements for the enterprise. Participants learn how to configure and conduct appraisals and assess competencies and objectives during an appraisal. They also learn how to establish a workforce performance management (WPM) system with the incorporation of the objectives library and performance management plans (PMP). Participants familiarize themselves with the PMP tasks that the application generates, to guide managers and workers through the performance management process.
    Prerequisites
    • Create competencies and competency profiles
    • Define competency requirements for business groups, organizations, and jobs
    • Record worker qualifications
    • Configure appraisals using appraisal and assessment templates and conduct appraisals
    • Assess competencies and objectives during appraisals
    • Create objectives in the Objectives Library
    • Create performance management plans to manage workforce performance
    • Use performance management tasks to set objectives and manage appraisals in a performance management plan
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Performance Management Overview

    • Performance Management in Oracle HRMS
    • Competency Management
    • Education and Qualifications
    • Appraisals Management
    • The Objectives Library
    • Workforce Performance Management
    • Performance Management Plans
    • Reporting in Performance Management

    Competencies

    • Competency Scope
    • Measuring Competencies
    • Measuring Competencies Using General Proficiency Rating Scales
    • Unit Standard Competencies
    • Rating Scales
    • Competency Types
    • Uploading Third-Party Competemcies

    Competency Profiles, Competency Requirements, and Qualifications

    • Competency Profiles
    • Competency Requirements
    • Suitability Matching
    • Qualifications

    Objectives

    • Workforce Performance Management (WPM)
    • The Objective Definition
    • Measuring Objectives
    • The Objective Library
    • Creating Objectives
    • Updating Objectives
    • Objectives Outside WPM

    Appraisal and Assessment Templates

    • Planning the Appraisal Process
    • Questionnaires
    • Competency Templates
    • Assessing Competencies and Objectives
    • Assessing Competencies Using Formulas
    • Objective Templates
    • Configuring the Appraisal
    • Career Paths

    Performance Management Plans

    • Creating the Performance Management Plan (PMP)
    • Identifying the PMP Members
    • Specifying the PMP Process
    • Reviewing and Publishing the PMP
    • Allocating Objectives Automatically
    • PMP Status Values
    • Updating the PMP
    • Changing the Objective-Setting Deadline

    Performance Management Tasks

    • Worker Objective-Setting Tasks
    • Manager Objective-Setting Tasks
    • Parallel and Cascading Processes
    • Cascading Objectives
    • Sharing, Aligning, and Tracking Objectives
    • Populating Personal Scorecards
    • Personal Scorecards in Appraisals
    • Manage Appraisal Tasks

    Appraisals

    • Oracle HRMS Appraisals Function
    • Appraisal Participants
    • Appraisal Types
    • Initiating the Appraisal
    • Ownership of the Appraisal
    • Changing the Main Appraiser
    • Appraisal Approval and Completion
    • Using the Offline Appraisals feature

    Performance Management Administrator’s Tasks

    • Monitoring Published Performance Management Plans
    • Enrolling Workers into Published Plans
    • Refreshing, Removing, and Reopening Worker Scorecards
    • Rolling Back Performance Management Plans
    • Sending Mass Notifications
    • Viewing Summary and Error Reports
    • Viewing Performance Management Plan Appraisal Rating Summary

    Performance Management Fundamentals Summary

    • Summary
     
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    Duration 24 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS Self Service Fundamentals
    Overview
    The course covers the tools used with SSHR (Workflow Builder, Personalization Framework, Oracle Approvals Management) and provides information on how to use these tools to configure SSHR to meet your business requirements. In addition, the course covers common SSHR functions and discusses how you can use these functions in your enterprise.
    Prerequisites
    • Understand the terminology and concepts used in SSHR
    • Identify which functions are available and understand the difference between employee and manager functions
    • Understand how different users can use self-service applications
    • Understand the architecture of the E-business Suite
    • Understand how self-service functions operate
    • Understand how different elements determine how the function operates (Workflow Builder, Oracle Application Framework, Data Security)
    • Learn how to create custom menus containing required functions
    • Recognize which elements are configurable on an interface and know how to use the Oracle Application Framework to modify these elements
    • Understand the different approvals mechanisms
    • Use Oracle Approvals Management
    • Understand which self-service applications are available in HRMS
    • Integrate and access personal information and absence policies available on a third party applications
    • Configure elements of SSHR to suit your requirements
    • Configure approvals
    • Configure elements of SSHR to suit your requirements

    Objectives
    Outlines

    Introduction to SSHR

    • Overview
    • Understanding Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR)
    • Understanding Professional User Interfaces versus Self-Service User Interfaces
    • Understanding Integration of SSHR and Professional User Interface
    • Learning about Self-Service Functionality in HRMS
    • Integration of SSHR with a Third-Party Application
    • Learning about Configuration Tools for SSHR

    Self-Service Basics

    • SSHR Basics
    • Understanding e-Business Suite Architecture
    • Understanding Operation of Web-Based Functions
    • Understanding SSHR Implementation Steps

    User Access and Security

    • Understanding User Access and Security in SSHR
    • Defining User Access
    • Comparing Employee/Worker and Manager Access
    • Creating Users
    • Associating User with Person

    User Access to People

    • Understanding User Access to People in SSHR
    • Using Security Profiles
    • Using the Release Information Function
    • Searching for People
    • Using the SSHR My List page
    • Using the Change Manager Function and Hierarchy Page

    Implementation Steps

    • Understanding SSHR Implementation Steps
    • Preparing Environment for SSHR
    • Configuring HRMS Applications
    • Understanding User Access Setup
    • Configuring Workflow Processes and Page Layouts

    Configuring SSHR

    • Configuring Menus and Responsibilities
    • Configuring Functions
    • Adding Custom Functions to Menus
    • Adding Custom Functions
    • Adding Custom Functions to Menus
    • Changing the Manager Entry Pages

    Using the Workflow Builder

    • Working with the Workflow Builder
    • Working with Workflow Item Types
    • Changing Workflow Objects
    • Chaining Workflow Processes
    • Chaining Self-Service Activities
    • Changing a Process Flow

    Configuring Web Page Layouts

    • Configuring Self-Service Web Pages
    • Understanding Personalization Levels
    • Using the Global Personalize Page Link
    • Adding User Tips and Instructions
    • Personalizing Logos

    Approvals

    • Understanding Approvals in Oracle SSHR
    • Enabling Dynamic Approvals
    • Working with Approvals
    • Creating an AME Rule
    • Understanding Approvals Routing
    • Understanding Approval Considerations

    Using SSHR

    • Managing Dates
    • Managing Conflicting Actions
    • Using the Document Manager
    • Setting Up a Generic ID for New Employee Registration

    Integration with Third-Party Information Providers

    • Integrating SSHR with Third-Party Information Providers
    • Accessing Third-Party Information from the Self -Service Pages
    • Enabling the Info Online Functionality
    • Setting up Links Between Oracle Self-Service HR and Enwisen

    Advanced Topics

    • Understanding Employee Directory
    • Understanding Responsibility Ownership
     
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    Duration 24 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS System Administration Fundamentals
    Overview
    This curriculum covers system administration tasks in Oracle HRMS. You learn how to design your security processes to consider the different roles and responsibilities within your enterprise by looking at key design and implementation decisions. Within security, the curriculum covers all aspects of security profile definition, including assignment-level security, and also covers related processes and procedures, for example, menu and function security. The curriculum also includes information on extending your Oracle HRMS application to meet the particular requirements of your enterprise. By learning how to configure and customize your HRMS application, for example, by creating user tables, extra information types, and task flows, you can streamline your business processes and tailor them to the particular roles in your enterprise. The content in this course is relevant to both Oracle Applications 11i and Release 12 users.
    Prerequisites
    • Design and implement security
    • Run related security processes
    • Create security profiles
    • Use assignment-level security
    • Extend the Oracle HRMS application
    • Use the People Management Configurator
    • Use task flows and Custom Form
    • Configure functions and menus
    • Create Extra Information Types and Special Information Types
    • Describe common user profiles
    • Create user tables
    Objectives
    Outlines
    • Introduction to Security in Oracle HRMS
    • Introduction to Extending Oracle HRMS
    • Security in Oracle HRMS
    • Function Security
    • Security Profiles - Overview
    • Restricting Access to People Using Security Profiles
    • User Profiles
    • Advanced Security Configuration
    • Task Flows
    • People Management Configurator
    • Extending Oracle Applications
    • Flexfields in Oracle HRMS
    • Lookups and Alerts
     
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    Duration 16 Hours
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    R12.x Oracle HRMS iRecruitment Fundamentals
    Overview
    Oracle iRecruitment is a full-cycle solution that gives managers, recruiters and candidates the ability to manage every phase of finding, recruiting, hiring, and tracking new employees. This course provides an overview of iRecruitment processes and the implementation steps required to perform a basic, non-customized implementation. As managers or recruiters, site visitors, registered users, employees, and agency users you learn how to use and work with iRecruitment features. You learn how to personalize iRecruitment pages to suit your business requirements. The topics in this course show you how to generate recruitment letters and reports to analyze your recruitment process. You will also learn how to remove the candidate and applicant data that you no longer require. This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. Learn To:
    Prerequisites
    • Progress applications and manage offers to applicants
    • Generate recruitment letters and reports for analysis
    • Identify the benefits of using iRecruitment
    • Identify different types of iRecruitment users
    • Understand how iRecruitment security works
    • Perform the setup, functional, and post install steps
    • Understand the Recruitment cycle and where iRecruitment fits into it
    • Understand approval rules in iRecruitment
    • Configure iRecruitment site to suit business requirements
    • Create assessments for registration and job application processes
    • Create common job descriptions
    • Create and manage vacancies in iRecruitment
    • Use the site visitor functionality
    • Register in iRecruitment and use registered user functionality
    • Apply for jobs and complete job application test
    • Process candidates
    Objectives
    Outlines

    Overview of Oracle iRecruitment

    • Identifying iRecruitment features
    • Learning about the benefits of iRecruitment
    • Describing different iRecruitment Users
    • Explaining how iRecruitment security works
    • Understanding the concept of People in iRecruitment
    • Understanding the Approval process in iRecruitment
    • Discussing how iRecruitment fits in with Oracle HRMS and HRMSi

    Implement Oracle iRecruitment

    • Understanding implementation cycle for iRecruitment
    • Setting up work structures details to work with iRecruitment
    • Creating Recruiting Site information
    • Setting base URL profile options
    • Adding iRecruitment menus to required users
    • Setting up offers and assessments
    • Configure approvals
    • Completing Post Install steps

    Configuring iRecruitment Pages

    • Understanding Personalization Levels in iRecruitment
    • Enabling Profile Options for Personalization
    • Learning about personalization components
    • Changing and Displaying Fields in iRecruitment Pages
    • Adding or Editing User Instructions
    • Creating and Displaying Flexfield Segments
    • Configuring a Searchable Flexfield

    Managers and Recruiters: Assessments

    • Understanding assessments
    • Learning about assessment components
    • Creating tests and surveys for the registration and job application processes
    • Analyzing test results

    Managers and Recruiters: Vacancies and Job Posting

    • Learning about vacancy and vacancy status concepts
    • Creating default posting values for vacancies
    • Creating Vacancy details
    • Approving Vacancies
    • Posting Vacancies to multiple Recruiting Sites
    • Managing Vacancies

    Job Seekers: Site Visitors and Registered Users

    • Using Site Visitor functionality
    • Searching for jobs using different search options
    • Registering in iRecruitment
    • Creating user account details include a resume online
    • Defining privacy for user accounts
    • Applying for jobs and completing tests online
    • Monitoring job applications

    Managers and Recruiters: Candidate Processing

    • Learning about different search options in iRecruitment
    • Searching the Prospect Pool, Resumes, and Individuals
    • Using different search criteria such as location search and agency search
    • Finding Candidates using the Skills Matching Functionality
    • Processing Candidates and using different options
    • Inviting candidates to apply for jobs

    Managing Communications

    • Understanding iRecruitment Communication
    • Creating Topics and Adding Messages for Recruitment Communication
    • Managing Communication for Multiple Applicants
    • Recording interviews—discuss how using iRecruitment Employee > Interview function, employees can update interview records

    Managing Interview Tasks

    • Creating Interviews for Multiple Applicants
    • Viewing Interview Details

    Managers and Recruiters: Working with Applicants

    • Viewing Applicants' details
    • Progressing Applications
    • Updating Applications
    • Creating offers for applicants
    • Approving offers
    • Sending offers to applicants
    • Managing offers
    • Hiring Successful Applicants using People Management Template and Oracle SSHR

    Using Employee Interface

    • iRecruitment for Employees
    • Managing Employee Referrals
    • Using the iRecruitment Employee Candidate Home Page
    • Providing cross-references to interview tasks explained in the Managing interviews module

    Agency Users - Working with iRecruitment

    • Understanding an agency user's tasks
    • Searching for vacancies
    • Searching for candidates
    • Creating details of candidates
    • Applying for jobs on behalf of candidates
    • Searching for applicants
    • Progressing applications

    Generate Letters, Reports, and Perform Purge

    • Defining Standard letters for Web ADI and Oracle HRMS
    • Generating recruitment letters using Web ADI
    • Generating Performance Management Viewer (PMV) reports
    • Purging Candidate and Applicant Data

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