Oracle R12 HCM Fundamentals

Course code: G1020

3 days

Oracle R12 HCM Fundamentals providing essential skills and knowledge to business users

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Who Should Attend?

End Users

Super Users

HR Managers

Payroll Managers

Suport Teams


Oracle R12 Navigation

An organisational understanding of HR functions

Course Contents

Oracle R12 HRMS enables organisations end to end management of their employees within their broader Oracle ERP footprint. Aimed at business users including End Users, Super Users, Support Teams. This course supports companies currently using Oracle R12 needing to improve Oracle R12 HCM / HRMS skills.

iTrain have designed, developed and delivery Oracle ERP programmes since 2001. This course is the foundation for our work with customers to build Oracle R12 skills within their business. Be that part of a new implementation, new starters or rebuilding skills and awareness of the product's complete functionality within companies that have undertaken pier to pier training for some time and thereby experiencing ROI trail off.

Our delivery team will work with your to tailor content to the specific needs of your business, attendees and position on the project life cycle. As with your R12 HRMS implementation, one size does not fit all, iTrain's training methodology and experience ensures your training solution meets your organisations unique needs. Course contents below are a guide, and will be documented and agreed with each client.

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

Recognising the different interfaces for which you can enter and maintain people information

Recognising 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 Analysing Workforce Information

Using Standard Reports Using Statutory Reports



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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