PeoplesHR: Employee Life Cycle

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PeoplesHR: Employee Life Cycle

  1. 1. Employee Life Cycle
  2. 2. Employee Life Cycle (ELC) What is • ELC is a module that captures all theEmployee movements of employees in the organization.Life Cycle? • To maintain a history of all employee movementsWhy is this • To apply for movements ofimportant? employees • To streamline movement process
  3. 3. Types of Employee Movements Increments Designation Transfers changesPromotions Movements Demotions
  4. 4. Functional FlowAdministration Application Approval
  5. 5. ELC Administration: Define reasons for Movement 2 31 4 3. Select 1. Go to 2. Define the applicable ‘Employee Life applicable movement from Cycle’ >> 4. Save the data reason for ‘Movement ‘Define movement Type’ drop Reasons’ down
  6. 6. Apply for a movement 2 31 1. Go to 3. Select‘Employee Life 2. Select movement from Cycle’ -> employee ‘Movement Type’ ‘Application’ drop down
  7. 7. Apply for movement cont… 1. Edit relevant 2. Select ‘New field Value’ 2 3 4. Enter 3. Save 1 ‘Effective date’ changes4 5. Select 6. Save the ‘Reason’ from 5 data drop down The data shown in table will change depending on 6 the movement type.
  8. 8. Application History Details 2 3 4 1. Go to 3. Go to ‘View ‘Employee Life 4. View data1 2. Select in Detail’ for Cycle’ -> and close the employee each ‘Application window movement History Details’
  9. 9. Update Effective Date 2 3 1 4 5 3. Select1. Go to ‘ Update 2. Select movement from 4. Update the 5. Update the Effective Date’ employee ‘Movement effective date changes Type’ drop down This option is available prior and after an approval of the movement.
  10. 10. Approval 1 3 2 4 2. Click on edit 1.Go to ‘Work button to approve 3. Enter 4. Approve orFlow’ -> ‘For Your or reject comments reject movement Approval’ movement
  11. 11. Approval - ESS 3 1 2 4 2. Click on edit 1.Go to ‘Work button to approve 3. Enter 4. Approve orFlow Item’ Click or reject comments reject movement on edit button movement

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