Our Workday Payroll Integration Training enables trainees to connect with a third-party payroll vendor to send and receive payroll data. It is inclusive of methods on building a full-stack integration using the Payroll Effective Change Interface integration and a top-of-stack integration using the Payroll Interface integration template. If you dream to become a Workday functional consultant, then you are in the right place. This course is comprehensive with real-time based scenarios delivering practical value to aspirant Workday Professionals. Our intensive training build confidence to hit the job markets and easily clear interviews. This comprehensive in depth training consists of lectures and practice access covering the configuration, functionality, and features of Workday PICOF-PECI.
Workday Payroll Integration Training prepares trainees to set up payroll-related data in Workday and configure both PI and PECI integrations to meet a range of potential customer needs. Concepts covered include setting up the tenant for third-party payroll, configuring a PI system to output top of stack data, configuring a PECI system to output effective stack data, choosing the appropriate connector based on requirements, analyzing output based on upstream functional changes and transforming output using document transformation.
This Workday Payroll Integration Training course will explain the impact of launch parameters, including change detection, on the data included in a payroll extract. Various fields of Workday payroll integration are covered including change detection overview, change detection pattern and staffing events, viewing a primary integration system, launching or scheduling an integration run, change detection FAQs, enabling auditing, viewing audit files and the like. It is always advisable to learn Workday HCM before enrolling for this training.
A Period Schedule shows how periods are defined by specified start and end dates, their frequency, and where the schedule is used in the system. Trainees would be taught how to define a period schedule and frequency for employee payment, such as weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. This is how Payroll Interface calculates and distributes payment. Pay periods are derived from the Period Schedule.
Each Pay Group is assigned a Run Category. Pay Groups used for Payroll Interface may only have a single Run Category. A Run Category may only have one Period Schedule. The Period Schedule defines the start and end dates of the pay periods. In the setup, indicate that the Run Category is used in Payroll Interface.
Pay Groups identify who to pay, the pay frequency, and which payments to process by tying together the Pay Period and Run Category previously defined. Get started with Payroll Interface by creating an integration system using the Payroll Interface template. Concepts would be inclusive of basic setup including assigning an Integration System User (ISU), enabling integration services, and defining the attributes required for the integration to run.
Our students would get a good grasp of recalling basic components and the structure of integration systems, creating and assigning an Integration System User (ISU) to a PI system, applying their knowledge of integration systems to create a PI system, selecting the Integration Services and Attributes required for a PI system launch, creating and running an ad-hoc Payroll Interface system from the PI template, configuring field attributes to include data in the output, mapping Workday values to the output required by the third-party payroll system, comparing pay period selection options as well as comparing ad-hoc and primary integration runs.
Specify which categories of data to include in the output file(s) and services to include, such as change detection and launch parameters. Note that Payroll Interface and PI Launch Parameters are required and enabled by default. The Transaction Log Service is not enabled by default, but is required for change detection processing. We will see how additional options are available for configuration once enabled in Integration Services.
The change detection ensures that only relevant changes are captured by the integration and passed to the payroll system. Students would learn how to recognize the difference between future-dated, current-dated, and retroactive data, explain the role of pay period, entry, and effective dates in change detection, predict which changes will be included in an extract, based on the change detection method and dates, identify the ways in which primary integration runs interact with pay period status and identify the purpose of the Transaction Log in change detection for PI. You can also check out our other technical courses like Workday reporting, calculated fields and advanced reporting or functional courses like Workday Finance.