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R12 Oracle E-Business Suite Human Capital Management - Learning Path

The R12 Oracle E-Business Suite Human Resources Management System family of applications automates the entire recruit-to-retire process, so you can align your workforce with strategic objectives. A single integrated data model provides an up-to-the-instant accurate view of human resources-related activities, including recruiting, performance management, learning, compensation, benefits, payroll, time management, and real time analytics. Oracle Human Resources Management Systems, running on Oracle technology, gives you industry-leading performance and scalability. Once you learn the essentials of Oracle R12 E-Business Suite, you can develop advanced knowledge in any of the following focus areas:

  • Payroll US
  • Payroll Global
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • HRMS Administration
  • Recruit to Hire
Whether you pursue recommended courses for a focus area or select advanced topics from multiple Oracle E-Business Suite Human Resources Management System focus areas, the Oracle University curriculum for R12 Oracle E-Business Suite is created to meet your objectives. These courses target new and existing students. Review Oracle University's recommended learning paths and select the courses that are right for you.

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Curriculum in this learning path teaches Oracle Payroll Fundamentals within the R12 Oracle Human Resource Management Systems. Strengthen your E-Business Suite skills with R12 Oracle E-Business Suite applications courses.

R12.2 Oracle E-Business Suite Fundamentals

This Oracle E-Business Suite training introduces you to the R12.x Oracle E-Business Suite, covering basic navigation skills and essential topic areas. This course provides a functional foundation for all E-Business Suite applications.

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R12.x Oracle HRMS People Management Fundamentals

This course will be applicable for customers who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1

This course enables you to identify the different workers in your enterprise and introduces the different ways you can represent your workforce using Oracle HRMS.

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R12.x Oracle HRMS Work Structures Fundamentals

Oracle HRMS enables you to define different types of enterprise models to meet your business requirements. Using Oracle HRMS, you can create the work structure components such as organizations, jobs, positions, and grades to represent your enterprise.

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R12.X Oracle HRMS Total Compensation Foundations

This course provides a thorough introduction to the Total Compensation Framework—the core set of Oracle HRMS features used to set up your compensation and benefits offerings. As a prerequisite, take this course before you implement Standard or Advanced Benefits, Compensation Workbench, Individual Compensation Distribution, Absence Management, or Grade/Step Progression. You learn to define elements to store compensation and benefits data and to manage and validate elements in sets using Batch Element Entry (BEE). Other topics show you how to define a hierarchy of compensation objects and to control eligibility and price tags for those objects. Lastly, you learn to use System Extract to manage third-party reporting.

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R12.x Oracle HRMS Compensation Workbench and Salary Configuration

Oracle HRMS enables you to set up and manage the compensation you provide for employees in your enterprise. This course teaches you how to set up and administer salary, grade-related pay, absences, and awards in your enterprise.
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R12.x Oracle HRMS Advanced Benefits Fundamentals

In this course, participants receive an overview of Oracle Advanced Benefits and then learn how to implement and use its features. You can set up an employee benefits program using Oracle Advanced Benefits.

The content in this course is relevant for both Oracle Applications 11i and Release 12 users. Release 12 specific functionality is clearly indicated in the course. The practice instructions supplied in the course are written using the Vision demonstration environment. You must have access to an Oracle Application Vision database or comparable training or test instance at your site on which to complete these practices.

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