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Let’s consider a real world organization where Oracle HCM is being implemented to handle all HR operations.
Now lot of things happen when an organization decides to implement any ERP solutions. It starts with a RFP to choose a system integrator (SI vendor). Once the vendor is identified, the vendor deploys a project team which will take care of the implementation.
The project team typically consists of a Project Manager, Functional Consultants, Technical Consultants, Testing team, Administrators etc.
The implementation project is divided into phases. Typically phases include Initiation, Requirements Gathering, Analysis/Design and Mapping, Configuration, CRPs, Testing, Data Migration, UAT and Go-Live.
A project plan is created and proper resource loading is done to execute the project.
Documentation are produced as outcomes of each phase of the implementation. For example: AIMS documents; BR30, BR100, MD50, MD70 are delivered
The sections below elaborates all aspects of implementing various modules of Oracle HCM taking a real world organization into consideration.
Let us first try to understand various HR Business Processes: Refer to the Oracle myoracle support note mentioned below. It gives you all the standard business process models in Oracle Fusion Applications
Oracle Fusion Business Process Models: Homepage (Doc ID 1542019.1)
The following are the 3 main business process areas of Oracle Fusion HCM
Workforce Deployment – Core HR, Payroll, Time and Labor, Absense
Workforce Development – Talent, Performance
Compensation Management – Compensation, benefits
Business Processes are categorised as L1, L2, L3 and L4 as shown below
L1: 21 Workforce Deployment
– L2: 2101 Plan Workforce Deployment
—L3: 210103 Manage Workforce Structures (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210103 Manage Workforce Structures (Fusion 11.13.17.03.0)
– L2: 2103 Manage Workforce Lifecycle
—L3: 210302 Add Person (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210303 Manage Employment Information (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210303 Manage Employment Information (Fusion 1.0.2)
—L3: 210304 Manage Personal Information (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210306 Promote Worker (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210307 Transfer Worker (Fusion 1.0)
—L3: 210308 Terminate Worker (Fusion 1.0.11)
—L3: 210309 Manage Competitions (Fusion 1.0.9)
Configuring Core HR of Oracle HCM
Let us begin by understanding Core HR module by going through the following topics
Core HR Overview
Define Enterprise Structures
Establish Job and Position Structures
Define Enterprise HCM Information
Define Legal Entities for HCM
Define Workforce Structures
HCM Security Overview
Manage Workforce Lifecycle
Maintain Worker Directories
Define Workforce Records
Overview of Import and Export
Workflow, Approvals, and Notifications
Extend and Personalize HCM
Oracle HCM Interview Questions
- How many implementations have you worked on?
- Which modules have you implemented?
- What is a offering? give examples
- What does Workforce Deployment offering consists of?
- How do you enable/provision a offering?
- What is a implementation project in Fusion?
- What is Functional Setup Manager (FSM)?
- Can we create multiple implementation projects?
- What is a scope attribute in implementation project?
- Is implementation project a mandatory setup?
- Explain Core HR setups
- Explain Enterprise Structure in Fusion
- Explain Legal Entity, LDG, LRU, PSU
- Explain Workforce Structure in Fusion
- Explain Locations, Departments, Jobs, Positions, Grades
- Explain Workforce Life Cycle
- Explain Security in HCM
- Explain Roles, profiles
- Explain Job roles, Duty roles, Data Roles, Security Profiles
- Explain different phases in an implementation project
- Explain documentation
- What is a configuration document?
- Explain testing
- What is system test, sit, uat, regression test?
- What is cutover plan?
- How do you move configurations across instances?