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Time and Labor Best Practices: Work Smarter!. Emtec , Inc.; Laura Tramutolo July 23-25, 2013. Save the Date. APRIL 7-11, 2014 Sands Expo and Convention Center Las Vegas, Nevada. QuestDirect.org/COLLABORATE.

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Time and labor best practices work smarter

Time and Labor Best Practices: Work Smarter!

Emtec, Inc.; Laura Tramutolo

July 23-25, 2013


Time and labor best practices work smarter

Save the Date

APRIL 7-11, 2014

Sands Expo and Convention Center

Las Vegas, Nevada

QuestDirect.org/COLLABORATE

COLLABORATE 14- Quest Forum is THE source for PeopleSoft roadmaps & news. It matters where you register! All PeopleSoft education and events run through Quest


Agenda

Agenda

  • Building the Foundation

  • Dismantling the Myth

  • Enhancing the Overall Work Experience


Building the foundation

“Cart before the horse” – what do you expect to achieve, end result

BUILDING THE FOUNDATION


Building the foundation1

Building the Foundation

Creating the “Blueprint”

  • Draw it before you build it

    • Expectation, end result

    • Start with the basic requirements

    • What are the drivers?

      • Regulations, Compliance

      • Geography

      • Bargaining Units, Business Units

      • Workforce

  • Defining Time Reporters

    • Exempt, Nonexempt, Hourly and Salaried

      • Type of time being reported or captured

      • Method of time collection

      • Pass Time to Payroll

  • Workgroups and Taskgroups

    • Compensation

    • Allocation

  • Change Management

    • Early notification

    • Feedback


  • Building the foundation required set up and optional set up

    Building the Foundation – Required Set Up and Optional Set Up


    Building the foundation defining time reporters

    Building the Foundation – Defining Time Reporters

    Salaried, Exempt, Salaried Nonexempt

    • Exception Reporters

      • can also be positive reporters

    • Elapsed

    • Schedules

      • Standard 40 hour work week

    • Labor dilution and distribution

    • Workgroups and Taskgroups

    • Report Exception time (other than “Regular” & Overtime)

    • Web clock, online timesheet, schedules

    • Time passed to Payroll?

    Hourly, Nonexempt

    • Positive Reporters

    • Punch

      • can also report elapsed time

    • Schedules

      • Variables

    • Labor Distribution

    • Workgroups and Taskgroups

    • All time being captured/reported

    • Time Clocks, online timesheet, schedules

    • Time passed to Payroll


    Building the foundation workgroups and taskgroups

    Building the Foundation – Workgroups and Taskgroups

    Workgroups

    • One per Empl Record

    • Exception or Positive reporters

    • Time Reporting Codes

      • Paid vs. Unpaid

    • Rules

    • Schedules

    • Approvals

    Taskgroups

    • One per Empl Record

    • Categories (Entities)

      • Ability to drill down

    • Default Task profile

      • Hired into

    • Additional Task profiles

      • Project based

      • Task based


    Dismantling the myth

    “Too complicated”, “Too much maintenance”, “It never worked before”

    DISMANTLING THE MYTH


    Dismantling the myth1

    Dismantling the Myth

    Simply a “Tool”

    • Built to your organization’s requirements

      • Expectation, end result

      • Required vs. optional

      • What are the drivers?

        • Regulations, Compliance

        • Geography

        • Bargaining Units, Business Units

        • Workforce

  • High-level or granular reporting

    • Type of organization

      • Assembly

      • Office

      • Dynamic or Static

  • “Need to Have vs. Nice to Have”

    • Start with the basics

    • Project-based, budget-based, allocation


  • Dismantling the myth do i need all of this

    Dismantling the Myth – Do I need all of this?


    Enhancing the overall work experience

    Leverage the functionality – work smarter!

    ENHANCING THE OVERALL WORK EXPERIENCE


    Enhancing the overall work experience leverage the system

    Enhancing the Overall Work Experience – Leverage the System


    Thank you for your time

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

    Please visit us online at www.emtecinc.com


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