PeopleSoft Global Payroll 9.1

Course Details
Code:
PPL-GL-9-1
Tuition (USD):
$4,500.00 • Classroom (5 days)
GSA (USD):
$3,596.97 • Classroom (5 days)

This 5-day course covers the functionality needed to set up the core application for the PeopleSoft Global Payroll product. The flexibility of the core product allows the user to use PeopleSoft Global Payroll to serve the unique needs of various countries and organizations. Participants generate payrolls while using the core functionality of Global Payroll.

Learn to
  • Establish payee data.
  • Define common characteristics of elements.
  • Define earnings, deductions, and accumulators.
  • Define the organizational and processing structure.
  • Set up banking.
  • Use ePay

Skills Gained

  • Define common characteristics of elements
  • Define earnings, deductions, and accumulators
  • Define the organizational and processing structure
  • Establish payee data
  • Run the payroll process
  • View payroll results
  • Describe and use supporting elements
  • Control payroll results
  • Define overrides
  • Explain iterative processing and segmentation
  • Set up banking
  • Process retroactive pay
  • Process off-cycle calendars
  • Use ePay
  • Reconcile payments
  • Set up the General Ledger interface

Who Can Benefit

  • Application Developers
  • Business Analysts
  • Developer
  • End Users
  • Project Manager
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Consultant

Prerequisites

  • Introduction to Human Resources Foundation
  • Introduction to Human Resources - Germany (any release)
  • Human Resources - U.K. (any release)
  • Introduction to PeopleSoft for HRMS (any release)
  • Introduction to Human Resources France (any release)

Course Details

Technology Overview

  • Describing the HRMS Product Line
  • Describing the Global Payroll Advantages
  • Describing the Differences Between Country Extensions and Core
  • Describing the Commonly Used Terms
  • Describing the Menu Structure
  • Describing How to Activate Global Payroll
  • Describing the Importance of Calendars
  • Describing the Processing Steps

Defining Common Characteristics of Elements

  • Explaining Elements
  • Explaining How Elements are Used
  • Explaining How Elements are Categorized
  • Describing the Element Name Page

Defining Major Elements – Earnings and Deductions

  • Identifying the Common Attributes of Earnings and Deductions
  • Defining an Earning
  • Creating an Earning
  • Explaining the Components Page
  • Explaining the Element Suffixes Page
  • Defining a Deduction
  • Creating a Deduction
  • Defining Rate Codes

Defining Accumulators

  • Defining Accumulators
  • Creating Accumulators

Defining the Organizational Structure

  • Describing the Organizational Structure
  • Defining Element Groups
  • Defining Eligibility Groups
  • Defining Pay Entities
  • Defining Pay Groups

Defining the Processing Structure

  • Describing the Processing Structure
  • Defining Sections
  • Defining Process Lists

Setting Up Calendars

  • Describing Calendar Concepts
  • Defining Run Types
  • Defining Periods
  • Defining Calendars
  • Defining Calendar Groups

Establishing Payee Data

  • Explaining the Human Resources and Global Payroll Integration
  • Viewing Payee Data in Global Payroll

Running the Payroll Process

  • Explaining the Payroll/Absence Run Control
  • Explaining Processing Phases and Options
  • Reviewing the Processing Steps
  • Reviewing Processing Results

Viewing Payroll Results

  • Reviewing the Output Result Tables
  • Viewing the Output Result Tables

Describing Supporting Elements

  • Reviewing Supporting Elements
  • Describing System Elements
  • Creating Variables
  • Describing Dates
  • Explaining Durations

Controlling Results

  • Defining Rounding Rules
  • Describing Frequency Conversion
  • Explaining Generation Control
  • Managing Currency Support in Global Payroll

Using Additional Supporting Elements

  • Defining a Formula
  • Explaining Operators
  • Explaining Elements Used to Look Up Values
  • Explaining Brackets
  • Summarizing Bracket Examples

Processing Payee Level Overrides

  • Reviewing Payee Level Overrides
  • Assigning Earnings and Deductions to Payees
  • Entering Positive Input

Managing Iterative Processing

  • Summarizing Types of Triggers
  • Defining Iterative Triggers
  • Setting Up Triggers
  • Viewing Iterative Triggers
  • Setting Up Mass Triggers

Creating Segmentation

  • Explaining Types of Segmentation
  • Defining Segmentation Terminology
  • Setting Up Segmentation
  • Processing Segmentation
  • Explaining Proration

Creating Banking Information

  • Reviewing Banking
  • Explaining Banking Set Up Requirements
  • Defining Banks
  • Setting Up the Electronic Transfer Formats
  • Explaining Source Bank Accounts
  • Assigning Banking Information
  • Explaining Recipient Processing
  • Defining Deposit Schedules

Completing the Payroll Process

  • Running the Finalize Process
  • Running the Banking Process
  • Viewing Banking Results

Processing Retroactive Pay

  • Explaining Retroactivity
  • Specifying Retroactivity Terminology
  • Setting Up Retroactivity
  • Explaining Version and Revision Numbers
  • Defining the Retroactive Process
  • Specifying Backward and Forward Limits
  • Explaining Areas Affected by Retro
  • Summarizing Retroactive Methods

Processing Off-Cycle Payrolls

  • Explaining Off-Cycle Payrolls
  • Describing Types of Off-Cycle Transactions
  • Configuring Off-Cycle Requests
  • Entering Manual Payments
  • Creating Corrections
  • Creating Additional Payments
  • Entering Advances
  • Processing Off-Cycle Payrolls

Using ePay

  • Reviewing ePay Transactions
  • Defining Personal Bank Information
  • Defining Distribution Details
  • Viewing Payslips

Setting Up the General Ledger Interface

  • Explaining the General Ledger Interface
  • Explaining TableSet IDs and Business Units
  • Explaining Chartfields
  • Explaining General Ledger Grouping
  • Defining General Ledger Mapping
  • Explaining Distribution Overrides
  • Publishing Payroll Data to General Ledger
  • Running the General Ledger Process
Course Details
Code:
PPL-GL-9-1
Tuition (USD):
$4,500.00 • Classroom (5 days)
GSA (USD):
$3,596.97 • Classroom (5 days)