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HCM now has a Job Indicator process to ensure information accuracy for employees.
This process will run automatically every night to evaluate and determine which jobs should be flagged as primary and the others as secondary. It will update employees’ job indicators accordingly, based on the logic in the process.
Why was this introduced?
The University of Colorado’s talented employees often hold more than one position at the university to share their expertise. In HCM, it is recommended that employees have a single, marked primary job. Previously, HCM defaults the job indicator values. However, most HCM users do not have the ability to update this within an employee's record. An automated process will ensure accuracy for employee records.
If you have an employee whose primary job doesn't align with new automation rules, what should you do?
An exception table is available for employees whose indicators should be set different than how the process sets them. HCM users can request that employees be placed on the exception table. Guides are also be available to help users request an employee's placement on the exception table.
In the event that an HCM user feels that an employee's record needs to be added to the exception table after the indicator is updated, email email@example.com. Please provide the following information:
Job Change, Pay Rate Change and Leave functions are now Template-Based Transactions (TBT) in HCM, along with additional updates.
Transitioning to template-based transactions remains a high priority for the University of Colorado.
The following resources will help you understand changes and practice new processes.
To access the HCM demo/practices:
Each campus has designated change agents to ease the transition of the upgrade. These liaisons ensure all users have up-to-date information and provide training support. If you have questions as a user about the upgrade, reach out to one of your campus change agents.