While the majority of Employee Services staff will work remotely to do our part to reduce community spread of the COVID-19 virus, our services will continue without interruption. We're dedicated to providing excellent service to every CU employee and every HCM user. You can still reach us by phone or email. If you have questions or need assistance, reach out at email@example.com or 303-860-4200, option 2.
HCM Campus Workshops: Let's trace your path to success
Before training begins, we want to outline key topics and skills you’ll learn at each HCM Campus Workshop. You can find registration directions below.
HCM Overview (July 7-21)
In this foundational course, we'll point out similarities and differences between HCM and the HRMS, review key features and explain how HCM will plug into a wider network of CU Systems. Note: HCM Overview is a prerequisite for advanced workshops.
Key Skills: Preview new WorkCenters, transaction pages and non-person profiles; go over new approval processes; discover what changes and what stays the same.
Non-Person Profiles (July 28-Aug. 8)
Building on HCM Overview concepts, you'll discover how new Non-Person Profiles will streamline your workflow.
Key Skills: Develop familiarity with HCM modules and systems; review key elements of Non-Person Profiles; understand approval processes.
CU Careers (Aug. 5-18)
We'll explain how CU Careers integrates with HCM and other systems and showcase helpful software features.
Key Skills: Review the new recruiting process; understand system workflow between HCM and CU Careers; learn about background check integration, dispositioning candidates, approval processes and the new internal career site; run reports; learn about eOffer, a new recruiting feature.
HCM Transactions (Aug. 19- Sept. 21)
This workshop focuses on using Transaction Pages to perform daily tasks. We'll demonstrate new approval processes for promotions, terminations, funding changes and other important tasks.
Key Skills: See how transactions for jobs, positions, pay, personnel data and funding will be done; understand the procedure for the new approval processes.
Paying People (Sept. 3-16)
You'll learn all about new approvals and data flows for paying people in HCM. We'll also discuss a different way of tracking time in this simpler process.
Key Skills: Understand the high-level process flow of job pay, transaction, contract pay and other cases on different cycles; assign and use earning codes and pay groups; review new processes to collect time.
HCM Review and Reports (Sept. 17-30)
Round out your learning with a discussion on pulling data and running reports in HCM.
Key Skills: Pull data; run reports and queries for HCM and CU Careers.
Structured Labs (Oct. 1-29)
Apply your knowledge to real-world scenarios and workflows with guided simulations. This is a great opportunity to test drive the system before the November rollout.
Open Labs (Nov. 3 – Dec. 3)
Troubleshoot issues you've come across at live, interactive computer sessions for HCM and CU Careers, and share your tips for success.
Online Training (December)
Coming to my.cu.edu
HCM Community Meetings (Ongoing)
Keep up on the latest system developments with these campus meetings.
Why attend HCM Campus Workshops?
Attending HCM Campus Workshops is the best way to prepare for the HCM rollout this fall. With a little hard work this summer, we're confident you'll adapt to a smarter, faster and more intuitive system. By the time you finish the series, you'll know HCM inside and out!
All workshops will have morning and afternoon sessions available at each campus, and at the System Administration building. To reserve your spot, follow these instructions:
- Log in to your my.cu.edu portal.
- On the left-hand menu, click Training.
- Click Start SkillSoft and enter your login information if prompted.
- Click Catalog.
- Click CU Instructor Led Training (the second folder in the list).
- Click Elevate: HCM Campus Workshops.
- There are six training topics. Click on the topic for the session you'd like to attend.
- This will take you to a course description. Click on the small calendar icon in the left corner of the window, directly below the gold banner with the workshop title. This icon will open a table that displays the dates, times, and locations of the workshops.
- Once you've found a training that works for your schedule, click Enroll on the farthest column on the right. You'll be emailed an enrollment confirmation, which you can link to your Outlook calendar.