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PeopleSoft Benefits Administration Rel 9.2

  • Tuition USD $5,000
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 3223 Ratings
  • Course Code PPL-BEN-ADM-92
  • Duration 5 days
  • Available Formats Classroom, Virtual

This PeopleSoft Benefits Administration Rel 9.2 training will teach you how to establish and maintain automated benefits programs in PeopleSoft Benefits Administration. Interact with expert Oracle University instructors through hands-on learning.

Learn To:

  • Establish and maintain automated benefits programs.
  • Manage eligibility and event requirements.
  • Establish validations across plan types.
  • Manage employee enrollment.
  • Process open enrollment and on-going event maintenance.
  • Set up eBenefits to process enrollments and life events.

Benefits to You

Save time and effort by automating benefits enrollment and monitoring events that can make employees eligible to change their benefit elections.

Set Up Automated Benefit Programs

Define eligibility rules based on factors such as age, status, employee type, job or group of jobs, duration of service, company and pay. Define event rule parameters that control how and when an event is processed. Establish validation across plan types, and set up PeopleSoft eBenefits to process enrollments via life events self-service

Manage Employee Benefits

Enroll employees automatically into benefit plans and create employee communications such as enrollment forms and confirmation letters. Process an open enrollment and perform event maintenance. Run an eligibility snapshot, review event coordination and troubleshoot errors.

Skills Gained

  • Administering and manage open enrollment
  • Establishing validations across plan types
  • Managing employee benefits with multiple events, self-service, and multiple jobs
  • Processing Event Maintenance
  • Running the Snapshot eligibility process
  • Describing Benefits Administration
  • Setting up automated benefit programs with eligibility and event rules
  • Enrolling employees automatically into benefit plans

Who Can Benefit

  • Analyst
  • Implementer
  • Manager

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisite

  • Intro to PeopleSoft/HR/Benefits Accelerated - Canada Rel 9.2 Ed 2
  • PeopleSoft Base Benefits - U.S. Rel 9.2 Ed 2
  • PeopleSoft Base Benefits - Canada Rel 9.2 Ed 2
  • Practical experience with open enrollment & benefits process
  • Basic understanding of payroll processing

Required Prerequisite

  • Thorough understanding of Benefits control tables
  • Experience with enrolling employees into benefit programs and plans

Course Details

Topics

  • Reviewing the Benefits Business Process
  • Setting Up Automated Benefits Programs
  • Setting Up Eligibility for Automated Benefits Programs
  • Setting Up Events for Automated Benefit Programs
  • Creating an Automated Benefit Program Table
  • Setting Up Health Plans
  • Setting Up Life Insurance and Disability Plans
  • Defining Credits
  • Setting Up Savings Plans
  • Setting Up Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Setting Up Vacation Buy and Sell Plans
  • Reviewing Employee Records in Benefits Administration
  • Preparing for Open Enrollment
  • Examining the Benefits Administration Process
  • Running Open Enrollment
  • Using Cross Plan Validation
  • Preparing and Running the Event Maintenance Process
  • Running the Snapshot Process
  • Coordinating Multiple Events and Benefits Administration Troubleshooting
  • Using eBenefits with Benefits Administration
  • Using Multiple Jobs with Benefits Administration
  • Identifying the differences between Base Benefits and Benefits Administration
  • Explaining the Base Benefits Process
  • Identifying the Base Benefits Foundation Tables
  • Describing the Base Benefits Building Blocks
  • Defining a Benefit Program and Listing the Benefit Program Records
  • Describing the Components that make up a Benefits Adminstration Program
  • Explaining Flexible Credits
  • Defining Cross-Plan Validation

Setting Up Automated Benefits Programs

  • Activating Benefits Administration
  • Determining the Benefits Administration Start Date
  • Identifying the Fields Activated with Benefits Administration

Setting Up Eligibility for Automated Benefits Programs

  • Defining Benefit Eligibility Rules
  • Setting Up Employee Eligibility Criteria
  • Using Configurable Parameters
  • Identifying Employee Eligibility Overrides

Setting Up Events for Automated Benefit Programs

  • Defining Events in Benefits Administration
  • Identifying Benefits Administration Actions
  • Identifying Event Classes
  • Defining Event Rules
  • Examining Default Methods
  • Setting Up Event Rules for Open Enrollment

Creating an Automated Benefit Program Table

  • Building an Automated Benefit Program
  • Defining Plan Type and Options for a Program
  • Defining Costs and Credits for a Program

Setting Up Health Plans

  • Defining Eligibility Based on Employees’ Geographic Location
  • Creating Eligibility Criteria at the Benefit Option Level
  • Defining Event Processing Rules for Health Plans
  • Controlling the Display of Plan Types and Options

Setting Up Life Insurance and Disability Plans

  • Setting Up Event Rules for Life Insurance and Disability Plans
  • Cloning an Event Rule

Defining Credits

  • Defining Flexible Credits
  • Identifying Earning Codes and Programs Used for Flexible Credits
  • Setting Up Program General Credits
  • Setting Up Plan Type General Credits
  • Setting Up Option-Based Credits
  • Reviewing Employee Additional Pay Data

Setting Up Savings Plans

  • Defining Savings Plan Event Rules

Setting Up Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Defining a Conbtribution Frequency and Annual Limits
  • Defining Event Rules for Flexible Spending Accounts

Setting Up Vacation Buy and Sell Plans

  • Setting Up Vacation Buy and Sell Deductions
  • Describing the Impact of Vacation Buy and Sell Plans on Leave Accrual Balances
  • Defining Earnings Codes for Vacation Buy and Sell
  • Viewing Employee Vacation Benefit Enrollment
  • Reviewing Eligibility Rules for Vacation Buy and Sell

Reviewing Employee Records in Benefits Administration

  • Reviewing the Benefits Administration Process
  • Defining a Default Benefit Program
  • Describing the Difference Between Base Benefits and Benefits Administration Enrollments
  • Reviewing Employees’ Benefits Elections

Preparing for Open Enrollment

  • Creating Pay Calendars
  • Reviewing the Base Benefits Audit Report
  • Defining Benefits Administration Processing Groups
  • Setting Up an Open Enrollment Definition
  • Creating Benefits Administration Processing Schedules

Examining the Benefits Administration Process

  • Identifying Process Statuses at Each Phase of the Benefits Administration Process
  • Identifying Benefits Administration Processing Records
  • Describing Each Phase of the Benefits Administration Process

Running Open Enrollment

  • Identifying Open Enrollment Steps
  • Defining the Run Control Options for the Benefits Administration Process
  • Producing Benefits Enrollment Statements, Reprocessing Open Enrollment, and Reprinting Statements
  • Viewing Benefits Processing Records for Employees
  • Performing Employee Election Entry
  • Printing Confirmation Statements
  • Finalizing Open Enrollment
  • Preparing for Next Year's Open Enrollment

Using Cross Plan Validation

  • Setting Up Cross Plan Validation in a Benefit Program
  • Creating Domestic Partner or Non-Qualified Dependent Benefit Plans

Preparing and Running the Event Maintenance Process

  • Reviewing Event Classes and Identifying Event Triggers
  • Defining Benefit Statuses and Actions
  • Defining Event Classes
  • Defining and Updating Event Rules
  • Triggering Events for Event Maintenance
  • Identifying Event Maintenance Process Phases
  • Validating Elections and Finalizing Event Maintenance
  • Processing On-Demand Event Maintenance

Running the Snapshot Process

  • Defining the Snapshot Event Class
  • Defining the Snapshot Event Rules
  • Defining the Snapshot Definition
  • Defining the Snapshot Schedule
  • Running the Snapshot Process

Coordinating Multiple Events and Benefits Administration Troubleshooting

  • Coordinating Event Maintenance and Open Enrollment
  • Coordingating Multiple Benefits Events
  • Troubleshooting Errors in Benefits Administration

Using Multiple Jobs with Benefits Administration

  • Defining Multiple Jobs
  • Setting Benefit Record Numbers for Employees
  • Specifying Multiple Job Processing Options
  • Setting Multiple Job Options for Eligibility Rules
  • Setting Multiple Job Options for Geographic Location
  • Reviewing Eligibility with Multiple Jobs
  • Calculating Benefits Deductions for Multiple Jobs
  • Reviewing Processing Results

Using Multiple Jobs with Benefits Administration

  • Defining Multiple Jobs
  • Setting Benefit Record Numbers for Employees
  • Specifying Multiple Job Processing Options
  • Setting Multiple Job Options for Eligibility Rules
  • Setting Multiple Job Options for Geographic Location
  • Reviewing Eligibility with Multiple Jobs
  • Calculating Benefits Deductions for Multiple Jobs
  • Reviewing Processing Results

When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?

Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

How can someone reach me during class?

If someone should need to contact you while you are in class, please have them call the center telephone number and leave a message with the receptionist.

What languages are used to deliver training?

Most courses are conducted in English, unless otherwise specified. Some courses will have the word "FRENCH" marked in red beside the scheduled date(s) indicating the language of instruction.

What does GTR stand for?

GTR stands for Guaranteed to Run; if you see a course with this status, it means this event is confirmed to run. View our GTR page to see our full list of Guaranteed to Run courses.

Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals, and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

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Course books should be given out as a pdf format at least rather than through third party library.

Great course, with an amazing instructor Ruben Lopez. Would definitely recommend this course.

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