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Workday HCM Transactions - 2. Transactions Staffing Model

Workday Training Highlights

­čĺ╝ The top level organization in the hierarchy must maintain a staffing model.

­čĆó Supervisory organizations are where all hiring transactions must take place.

­čĄŁ Position-based staffing requires filling specific roles with a set headcount, while job-based staffing is more flexible.

Workday Training - Key moments

Here are the summary titles with time for the provided video information:

  • Introduction to Workday HCM Transactions 00:00

    • The course is designed for business users, process transactional consultants, and testing teams to manage day-to-day activities within the core HCM application.
    • Activities covered include hiring, contracting contingent workers, compensating employees, transfers, and terminating requests.
    • Recruiting is distinct from hiring and onboarding, focusing on job site maintenance and external/internal candidate applications.
  • Integration and Bulk Transactions 02:18

    • Introduction to EIB templates for automated bulk transactions like hiring, compensating, transfers, and terminations.
    • Attendees will gain knowledge on handling configurations, enhancements, and the importance of attending HCM fundamentals or techn-functional training.
    • Certification credits are offered upon completion of the training, emphasizing the understanding of system configurations and processes.
  • Navigations, Configurations, and Business Processes 04:38

    • Focus on system navigations, security configurations, and understanding transaction execution and access.
    • Exploring business process workflows, including initiation, approval, notification, integration, and reporting steps.
    • Understanding the relation between transactions and organizations, specific business process configurations, default configurations, and different staffing models.

Workday Training FAQ’s

Q: What are the two different Staffing models available within the supervisory organization structure?

A: The two different Staffing models available within the supervisory organization structure are position-based and job-based Staffing models.

Q: What is the main difference between position-based and job-based Staffing models?

A: The main difference is that position-based Staffing model requires filling a specific chair with a headcount in the organization, while job-based Staffing model is for ground-level employees where the headcount is not specified.

Q: Can both position-based and job-based Staffing models be maintained within the same organization?

A: No, both position-based and job-based Staffing models cannot be maintained within the same organization. If an organization is defined with position-based Staffing, all employees must be hired based on positions, and if it is defined with job-based Staffing, all employees must be hired based on jobs.

Q: What are the four mandatory rules to maintain hierarchy in the organization's configuration?

A: The four mandatory rules to maintain hierarchy in the organization’s configuration are essential for every client and include maintaining a reporting structure, following hierarchical requirements, restricting oriented hiring transactions, and ensuring compliance with the rules for configuration and testing.


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