Workday Time Tracking training is to empower trainees to enter, track, and approve time when and how they want. This time tracking training is suitable for aspiring Workday professionals who are ready to implement and manage Workday Time Tracking. After this training, trainees will be able to configure the core elements of Workday Time Tracking, including time entry options, calculations, security, business processes, touch points, work schedules, and administrative tasks. This course is designed for users who are responsible for the configuration and administration of Workday Time Tracking or for individuals who need in-depth Workday Time Tracking training in order to make informed design decisions.
Course goals and objectives:
Workday Time Tracking training is unified with Workday HCM training and Workday Payroll and offers web time entry, time approval, configurable calculations, basic scheduling , and project time entry. Students would learn how to explain and present time entry features, discuss Time Tracking implementation options, configure Time Tracking in conjunction with Workday Payroll, Cloud Connect for 3rd party payroll, Absence Management, and Work management as well as track and administer reported and calculated time.
Define basic setup components and enter time:
- Objectives of this training include familiarizing learners with concepts such as time entry codes, calculation tags, time entry templates, time tracking and payroll periods, eligibility rules, calculations. Learners would also learn how to define and assemble these components to enable basic time entry without calculations and then use them to configure simple overtime calculations, identify the key time tracking setup components, describe the function of the various setup components and the configuration of setup components to enable time entry and calculate payable time.
Configure basic overtime calculations and calendar based UI:
- Students will learn how to configure basic overtime calculations, define calculation tags. as well as learn how to define calculation priorities. They would also be taught how to configure time entry codes and time and time entry templates to control how users enter time and interact with the calendar based UI, the defaulting of information to the time entry calendar, and other components of time entry. They will learn new concepts like specifying default time entry code, setting the display name of a time entry code, defining the sort order of time entry codes and valid out types, specify default in/out patterns, setting increments for hours entry and rounding markers, enabling quick add, micro edits, auto fill and worktags entry.
Configure advanced time tracking calculations:
Learners would also be taught to configure advanced Time Tracking calculations and created calculated fields to use as conditions in a calculation. Concepts like consecutive day calculations, minimum daily hours calculations, minimum weekly hours calculations, shift differential calculations and time block conditional calculations and create calculations would be covered in-depth. An overview of absence management would be provided inclusive of explanation of how high level how data is passed from Absence Management to time tracking and vice versa, how time tracking and absence management connect and share data, modification of the request time off business process security policy so that managers can enter time off for a worker, including time off in a time tracking calculation and mapping a time entry code to a time off accrual.
Time to payroll and time to projects:
- Students would learn how to retrieve and pay time tracked through workday time tracking and Pass work hours from time tracking to a 3rd party payroll system. They would get familiarized with describing the data retrieval elements used to pull time tracking hours into workday payroll earnings, describing how workday payroll retrieves time for a pay run, explaining integrations with 3rd party payroll, explaining best practices to a payroll administrator and configuration of workday to pull work hours into an earning calculation. They would also be able to explain at a high level how data is passed from Time tracking to projects.
Delivered and custom reports:
Students would be provided with an overview of workday delivered reports and explained how to build custom reports to track worker time and manage time reporters. They would learn to identify the delivered standard reports for time tracking, explain which report data sources and report fields are available to build custom time tracking reports and build custom reports using a variety of data sources.
Domain security, Time tracking business process and Administration:
Students would learn about configuring domain security for time tracking to provide selected individuals with access to specific tasks, reports and reporting items, ability to describe how domain security is configured in time tracking, how to configure business process workflow and security for time tracking, configuration of the time tracking business process workflow and the time tracking business process security policies. They would be able to understand how high level time tracking administrative tasks and how they are performed, adjust calculated time to reallocate a worker's overtime to a different cost center and understand how to enter hours for a terminated employee, modify the business process security policies for time tracking to enable the payroll administrator to mass advance the business process and manually advance the time tracking business process. Workday absence management training is also one of the most sought after courses in Workday.