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HTMUKOUG ebulletin 23.03.10

Published: 23.03.2010 - This document is restricted to members

ebulletin 23 March 2010

PDFUsing Birkman profiling to manage your teams and people

Published: 22.03.2010 - This document is restricted to members

An insightful presentation on Human Capital Management

HTMUKOUG ebulletin 09.03.10

Published: 09.03.2010 - This document is restricted to members

ebulletin 9 March 2010

HTMUKOUG ebulletin 23.02.10

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ebulletin 23 February 2010

PPTGetting more out of Oracle HCM - Release 12.1

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

A high-level overview of the new features and functions delivered by, and covering all functional aspects of Oracle HCM R12.1

PPTHCM Release Strategy/ Patching

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Summary of differenet release strategies for EBS 11.5.10,12 and 12.1 releases - along with assocaited maintenance and support

PPTOracle HCM R12.1 - HR HelpDesk

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

PPTOracle advanced benefits with Oracle Payroll

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

OAB is Oracle’s premier model for delivering employee benefits. Oracle HRMS/Payroll is the ideal partner to administer and pay employees these benefits. When implementing both OAB and Payroll due diligence is required not just in the design of each module but also in the interaction between the modules. Failure to do so may cause serious auditing, performance and administration issues with both systems once they are deployed. These issues may include disappearing elections, unnecessary payroll processing and vexed employees! This presentation will be an opportunity to share some of Paul’s enthusiasm and experiences with OAB in both stand-alone and Oracle Payroll environments. These experiences have been gained over a number of years in a number of implementations. The main focus of this presentation will be on OAB, and will identifying some of the main components and features of an OAB implementation. Paul will discuss its administration and how it interacts with Oracle Payroll and the common problems encountered. It is hoped that this presentation will show how to use OAB to its full potential and help increase it usage amongst the Oracle community.

HTMUKOUG ebulletin 09.02.10

Published: 09.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

ebulletin 9 February 2010

HTMUKOUG ebulletin 26.01.10

Published: 26.01.2010 - This document is restricted to members

ebulletin 26 January 2010

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