R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals: Configuration (US)

R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals: Configuration (US) Certification Training Course Overview

R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals: Configuration (US) training course is enables for candidates who have implemented Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 or Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1. After completion of this course, you should be able to explain the relationship of organizational payment methods to payrolls, and then configure the required number of payrolls and payment methods for your organization. You ought to have the option to enter costing information, and run the Costing process for your payrolls. 
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R12.x Oracle Payroll Fundamentals: Configuration (US) (16 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Payroll Configuration Fundamentals
  • Paying Your Employees
  • Choosing QuickPay or Batch Processin
  • Choosing Single or Multiple Payment Methods
  • Choosing Single or Multiple Currencies
  • Choosing Single or Multiple Payrolls
  • Understanding the Criteria Defining a Payroll
  • Further Potential Uses of HRMS Payrolls
  • Payroll Configuration and Processing
Module 2: Costing Overview
  • Costing Options
  • Oracle HRMS Costing
  • Cost Distribution in HR
  • Handling Rule-Based Costing
Module 3: Setting Up the Cost Allocation Key Flexfield
  • Cost Allocation Key Flexfield Setup Overview
  • How Defaults and Overrides Operate
  • Define a Cost Allocation Key Flexfield Structure
Module 4: Allocating Cost Details
  • Cost Allocation Entry Levels
  • Special Factors for Entry Levels
Module 5: Defining Payrolls for Your Organization
  • Payroll Configuration Overview
  • Understanding Payment Method Types
  • Defining Payment Methods
  • Consolidating Results for Several Payrolls
  • Understanding Pay Calendars
  • Entering Further Information for a Payroll
  • Defining Exchange Rates and Currencies
  • Allocating a Payroll Contact
Module 6: Maintaining Employer Tax Information (US)
  • Setting Up Employer Taxes
  • Entering Tax Information for a GRE
  • Setting Up Transmitter Information for a GRE
  • Setting Up Transmitter Information for a SQWL
  • Setting Up Taxability Rules
  • Entering and Calculating FUTA Credits
Module 7: Maintaining Employee Tax Information (US)
  • Setting Up Employee Tax Information
  • Overriding Employee Tax Information
  • Setting Up W-2 Information
  • Handling Changes of Address
  • Viewing Employee Tax Balances
  • Comparing Balance Adjustment Methods
Module 8: Overtime Payments and the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • FLSA Concepts
  • Configuring a Time Period for FLSA
Module 9: Costing Tax Information
  • Costing All Taxes by Tax Type
  • Costing State and Local Taxes by Jurisdiction
Module 10: Processing Costs
  • Overview: Costing and the Payroll Process
  • Costing Processes in Oracle Payroll
  • Viewing Costing Results
  • Partial Period Accruals
  • Previewing Cost Allocations
  • Subledger Accounting
  • The RetroCosting Process
  • Costing of Payments
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

After completion of this course; you will learn how to:

  • Define a payment method for a payroll
  • Set up and change a consolidation set for a payroll
  • Configure payrolls for your organization
  • Set up US employer tax information
  • Enter tax information for a GRE
  • Set up federal, state & local taxability rules
  • Enter and calculate FUTA credits
  • Set up US employee tax information
  • Set up a time definition for FLSA processing
  • Preview cost allocations
  • Run partial period accruals
  • Run the Costing process
  • Run the RetroCosting process