Oracle has enhanced Employee Snapshot and has provided a new navigation in Fluid for Compensation Review. This allows managers to see Employee salary history, Performance History and Total Rewards info. The information was previously available in classic but it is good to finally see it in Fluid.
Just check the new Employee Snapshot and Promotion Readiness feature in PeopleSoft. This is hands down the cleanest and most intuitive interface I have seen in the breadth of HR products on the market. See the screenshot below. I will be dissecting it further and providing detail analysis in the next post. For now check out … Continue reading PeopleSoft HCM Image 19 is not yet out but…. PeopleBooks is out! Check out Employee Snapshot!
We all loved the concept of unified search and have hailed that feature greatly in Workday. That is the reason why we believed that SES would have been the answer we were looking for but for all those who have worked on it, it has been an extremely difficult tool to understand and manage. Hence … Continue reading Oracle PeopleSoft phasing out SES for Elastic Search
One question that keep coming up with various upgrades and implementations, of HR software, is whether the organization is managing its employees the correct way and is there a better way out there to do this. I have struggled to answer this question myself without having indepth knowledge about the organization. I found following information, … Continue reading Positions or Jobs? How to manage your People
At a recent conversion project our team had to convert data to Peoplesoft 9.1 from a legacy system for 800 employees. Even though our team has done a lot of conversion projects, challenge always remain in prompt, xlat and relationship validation to make sure that all required setup values are created and that job, personal or … Continue reading Story of conversion done right
At PeopleSoft talk, Marc Weintraub, Oracles' Senior Director of Product Strategy, explained why there might not be a PeopleSoft 9.3. Some people took this information as an indicator that Oracle is finally abandoning PeopleSoft. From a business point of view, abandonment does not make a lot of sense. ERP is generally a very sticky product, … Continue reading No PeopleSoft 9.3! Best thing I have heard in long time