Worday HCM

Course Content

Workday HCM was founded by David Duffield, the founder and former CEO of the ERP company PeopleSoft, and former PeopleSoft chief strategist Aneel Bhusri. It has a wide range of functions aimed at unifying human resource capabilities into a single, easy-to-use system. Workday, on-demand cloud-based enterprise applications that combine affordable ownership with an advanced approach to all businesses by providing blended Financial Management and Human Capital Management (HCM) applications. Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) combines Human Resource (HR) and Talent Management into a single system of record. It redefines global, mobile and diverse workforce management. This helps in recruiting the best talent, gaining insight into employee skills and needs, identifying and developing future leaders.

 

Workday HCM is a cloud-based human resource management software system that unifies a wide range of HR functionality into a single system. The software provides benefits, talent management, payroll, time tracking, compensation, workforce planning and recruiting.

 

Chapter: 1 & 2 – Core concepts and Navigation Basics

  • Core Concept Overview
  • Business Objects
  • Basic Navigation
  • Landing Pages
  • Related Action Menus
  • Search
  • Slide-out tabs
  • Hyperlinks
  • Additional Navigation Topics
  • Actionable Reports
  • Single and Multi-select prompt fields
  • Standard Screen Icons
  • Task Page Icons
  • Workfeed
  • Configuration options
  • Find Worker

Chapter: 3 – Organizations in workday

  • Organization types
  • Supervisory Organizations
  • Reorganization
  • Setup of supervisory org structure
  • Managing supervisory organization
  • Creating a subordinate org
  • Dividing a supervisory org
  • Additional org types
  • Organization Hierarchies
  • Organization Assignments on supervisory org
  • Organizational Reports

Chapter: 4 – Staffing Models

  • Types of Staffing Models
  • Configuring individual staffing model
  • Hiring Restrictions
  • Position Management
  • Headcount Management
  • Job Management
  • Differentiating between staffing models
  • Maintaining Staffing Models

Chapter: 5 – Jobs and Positions

  • Job Profiles
  • Differentiating Job profiles, Job families, Job family groups
  • Job profiles and Localizations
  • Management Level Hierarchy
  • Creating  Job profile
  • Creating Position and Headcount Groups
  • Managing Filled and Unfilled Position and Headcount Groups
  • Creating Positions
  • Edit Position Restrictions
  • Close Position vs. Managing a Hiring Freeze

Chapter: 6 – Compensation

  • Compensation Components
  • Creating Compensation
  • Compensation Rules
  • Compensation Reports
  • Compensation Packages
  • Compensation Grades
  • Bonus plans
  • Amount based
  • Percent based
  • Salary and Hourly plans
  • Compensation Segment Security
  • Initiating Compensation Event

Chapter: 7 – Security Groups

  • Security Group Types
  • Configuring Role based security
  • Configuring Job based security
  • Configuring User based security
  • Components of Configurable security
  • Functional Areas, Securable Items and Security Policies
  • Domain security policies
  • Business process security policies
  • Security Reports
  • Chapter: 8 – Business Process
  • Business Process Framework
  • Business Process Step types
  • Business Process Configuration Options
  • Default
  • Customize
  • Business Process Functionality
  • Completion Steps
  • Due Date and Alerts
  • Delays and Routing Restrictions
  • Business sub processes
  • Deploying Business Processes
  • Business Process Reports

Chapter: 9 – Reports

  • Standard Reports
  • Custom Reports
  • Report Writer
  • Data Sources
  • Class Report fields
  • Create Report
  • Report type, Data source
  • Objects, Fields
  • Order columns
  • Sort outputs
  • Filter criteria
  • Business Object

Chapter: 10 – Calculated Fields

  • Creating various kinds of Calculated Fields
  • Calculated Field Reports
  • Text functions
  • Working with Related Business Objects
  • Extract Single Instance
  • Extract Multi Instance
  • System wide vs. Report specific Calculated fields
  • Security Admin Perspective – Calculated Fields

Chapter 11 – iloads

  • iLoads
  • Data push
  • Data extraction
  • Kinds of Data load
  • Foundation
  • Master
  • Implementation Suites
  • Implementation Areas
  • Implementation Tasks

Chapter: 12 – Transactions in workday

  • Creating Applicants
  • Hiring in Supervisory Organizations
  • Assigning User-based security groups
  • Hire into position/job/headcount management
  • Staffing movement
  • Termination
  • Request Delegation, Rescind
  • Move workers and Inactivate supervisory organizations
  • Workday Accounts
  • Viewing Personal Data

Objective

After the completion of this course, Trainee will:

  1. Leverage Workday Report Writer and calculated fields to create integration systems
  2. Create integration systems based on integration system templates, Document Transformation templates, and the Enterprise Integration Builder (EIB) framework
  3. Review inbound integration services for these integration system types
  4. Transform data structure and content using Document Transformations and EIBs resources including XSLT
  5. Apply Workday security concepts to Core Connector, Document Transformation, and EIB Integrations
  6. Understand how integrations can be used with Workday’s business process framework
  7. Review the major steps of the Workday Project Management process

Pre-requisites

The trainee should have:

  1. Basic knowledge of Human Capital Management (HCM).
  2. It would be an added advantage if a trainee has experience in HR and recruitment.

Who should attend this Training?

This is one of the most valued and respected professional requirement for Human Resources (HR)  roles across all industries. This professional certification course is suited for:

  1. Human Resources (HR) Professionals of an organization
  2. Recent MBA graduates with HR specialization
  3. Professionals  planning to change, or elevate to IT-career in the stream of HR of an organization