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Introduction to Oracle Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR)

What is SSHR?
SSHR Licenses
Key Concepts in Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR)
Self-Service Functionality
Understanding a Typical SSHR Function
      How an SSHR Function Works
      A Typical SSHR Web Page
Getting Started with SSHR

SSHR and User Access

User Access Overview
Managing User Access in SSHR
User Access and Security in Oracle SSHR
Access Roles for Self-Service Actions
Self-Service Menus and User Access
Predefined Self-Service Responsibilities and User Menus
Responsibility Ownership
Sample Code for Subscribing to Business Event - Responsibility Ownership
Creating Data Grants for Responsibility Ownership
Restricting Access to Workflow Transactions
Batch Creation of User Accounts
Creating Batch User Accounts with Concurrent Programs
Writing User Hooks for the Batch Creation of User Accounts

Extending SSHR

Configuration Overview
Guidelines for Configuring SSHR Functions
Transaction History
Managing Preferred Currencies
Managing Dates in SSHR
Legislation and Customer Overrides
Defining Menus for SSHR
Defining User Access to Self-Service Functions
Defining Functions for SSHR
Supplied Functions
Menu Function Parameter Descriptions

SSHR and Workflow

Workflow Overview
Setting Up Workflow for SSHR
Self-Service Workflows
Workflow Objects and Item Types
Configuring Workflow Objects
Configuring Workflow Attribute Values
Configuring Workflow Error Processes
Defining Your Enterprise's Email Addresses
Running the Workflow Cleanup Process

SSHR Page Layouts

Page Layout Overview
Setting Up Page Layouts for SSHR
The Personalization Framework
Function-level Personalizations
Configuring Web Pages
Configuring Page Headers
Configuring Flexfields
Configuring Tabbed Regions
Adding Instructions to Web Pages
Configuring the Global Button Bar
Personalizing Screen Images
Configuring the Effective Date Prompts


Approvals Overview
Features of Approvals in SSHR
Approvals in SSHR
Oracle Approvals Management (AME) Configuration
Further Approvals Options
Using the Parallel Approval Process in Oracle SSHR
Sample Code for Modifying Approvals Using PL/SQL
Implementing Oracle Approvals Management (AME)
Configuring Approvals in the Workflow Builder


Implementation Steps for Self-Service HR (SSHR)

SSHR is supplied with predefined data and functionality, although you must configure this data and functionality for your own implementation of SSHR.

Note: If you try to configure functionality before you are familiar with Oracle HRMS and Oracle Workflow, you may make mistakes. Before you complete any step, read the referenced topic information.

Note: It is your responsibility to populate data fields.

Implementation Flowcharts

The flowcharts provide you with a summary of the logical sequence you might follow in any implementation of SSHR. It is not the only sequence you could follow but one we recommend.

The functional areas of the system you configure to your specific business needs. Steps that are required for all implementations are marked as required.

Some functions have been seeded with default data. The steps where you can use data supplied with the system are marked as seeded.

Decision making is an important part of any configuration process. Before you begin to customize SSHR, you must decide how you want to use it alongside your other Oracle HRMS applications.

Adopting a staged, or incremental, approach to configuration lets you focus on those processes you want to use.

Implementation Flowchart for SSHR, part 1

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Implementation Flowchart for SSHR, part 2

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Implementation Steps for Self-Service HR (SSHR)

To Prepare the Environment for SSHR: Required Step s

Step 1: Check HR Installation Required Step

Install the latest Oracle Human Resources patch according to the readme file for SSHR at the time of installation.

Step 2: Set the HR:Self Service HR Licensed profile option Required Step

If you have licensed SSHR, set the following profile option to "Yes" at the site level.

If you have not licensed SSHR, please contact Oracle for information on purchasing a licence.

Step 3: Check you have the correct Internet browser Required Step

Check that you have the correct Internet browser. You can use Netscape Navigator 4.08 or Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4 or 5 or above.

Step 4: Create an SSHR Background Workflow Cleanup Process Required Step

You should remove transaction information from the temporary tables for processes that support Web transactions. To do this, include the Remove Transaction activity in the workflow process.

See: Running the Workflow Cleanup Process

Step 5: Install the Workflow Builder on Selected Workstations Required Step

Members of your Implementation team who will be making changes to workflow process definitions need to have the Workflow Builder installed on their workstations or available from a file server.

Step 6: Set the Access Levels for the Predefined Workflow Item Type Required Step

The predefined workflow item type is used as the basis for all future upgrades. Provided the access and protection levels are set correctly, you can work with the delivered item type and your configurations will not be overwritten.

See: Overview of Oracle Workflow Access Protection, Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide

Step 7: Configure the HRMS applications Required Step

Define work structures, key flexfield, descriptive flexfields, lists of values.

See: Extend Oracle HRMS Overview, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

Step 8: Check you have the tools for SSHR implementation Required Step

Check that you now have the required tools for implementing SSHR. You should have now installed the following tools:

User Access Setup (SSHR) Required Step s

Step 9: Identify the Target User Groups Required Step

Before starting your implementation, it is important to identify any groups of users in your enterprise who may have different requirements. Most enterprises will differentiate between managers and other workers. In your enterprise, you may identify further distinct groups such as HR professionals, managers in a particular department, or senior managers.

Step 10: Set Up Access Roles for Self-Service Actions Optional Step

If you want to take advantage of security based on access roles when routing and approving self-service actions, you must first activate the system profile option HR: Allow Approver updates to Self Service actions. Optionally, create and assign roles that grant or deny privileges to update actions. All users can update by default. Define and manage access roles in the Maintain Roles window.

See: Access Roles for Self Service Actions

Step 11: Create the User Menus Required Step

User menus group together a number of functions. SSHR includes predefined menus for employees, managers, and system administrators, but we recommend that you create your own user menus using the seeded menus as a basis. To create user menus, use the Menu window.

See: Defining User Access and Menus

Step 12: Create Self-Service Responsibilities Required Step

SSHR is supplied with predefined responsibilities, however, we recommend that you create your own responsibilities based on the seeded responsibilities. Assign a menu to them in the Responsibilities window.

See: Self-Service Responsibilities and User Access

Step 13: Set Up Eligibility Processing for Self-Service Actions Optional Step

You can configure SSHR to automatically determine if a person is eligible for a self-service action. To do this, you set up eligibility profiles, reporting groups (actions), and plans (sub actions), using SSHR Compensation and Benefits functionality as a generic processing engine.

See: Eligibility Processing Setup Example

Step 14: Configure the Person Search Screens Required Step

Three tabs are displayed on the Person Search page. You can choose whether to display all these tabs or whether to hide one or more tabs from the user. You remove a tab from display in the Menu Exclusions Region of the Responsibilities window.

See: Person Tree

Step 15: Set Up the System Profiles Required Step

You set up the security profiles to control access to information.

See: User Access and Security

Step 16: Link the Responsibilities to Your Security Profiles Required Step

Use the System Profile Values window to link the responsibilities you have created to your security profile.

Step 17: Set the HR: Cross Business Group Profile Required Step

If you want your managers to be able to access data for employees in other business groups, also set the HR: Cross Business Group responsibility.

See: User Profiles, Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration in Oracle HRMS

Step 18: Set the Allow Granted Access Profile Required Step

If you want managers to be able to access data for workers outside their security profile whose information has been released to them using the Release Employee Information function, also set the Allow Granted Access profile option to Yes for the responsibility.

See: User Profiles, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

See: Release Employee Information

Step 19: Manually Create User Accounts Required Step

Create at least one user account manually to test the responsibilities and menus. For a small enterprise, you may choose to create all your user accounts manually and skip the next step.

See: Defining User Access and Menus

Step 20: Configure Batch Creation of User Accounts Required Step

To create and manage the batch creation of user accounts, you must first write API user hooks. User hooks enable you to extend the predefined business rules to reflect your enterprise's business rules. You use the user account hooks for example, to set up your customary user name and password format, responsibilities, and profile options you want to associate with a user.

See: Writing User Hooks to Create Batch User Accounts

Configuring Workflow Processes and Page Layouts (SSHR) Required Step s

Step 21: Display Your Enterprise Logo Required Step

SSHR is delivered with a default Oracle logo in the upper left hand corner of the application. You can replace this logo with your own logo at the Site or Organization level.

Place the logo in the $OA_MEDIA/<Language> directory.

The logos are named FNDLWAPP.gif for SSHR version 3.2 and later, and FNDLOGHR for SSHR 2.0 functions.

See: Replacing the Default Oracle Logo

Step 22: Define your Email Address Required Step

Set up the email addresses for your enterprise. Set up the following addresses using the Attributes Value tab in the Workflow Builder:

Step 23: Configure the Review Page Optional Step

The Review page of most self-service actions displays an Attachments region by default. If you want users to see the What If Analysis region, you must enable the display. Hide Attachments or show What If Analysis via Personalizations.

See: Configuring Web Pages

See:Configuring the Review Page

Save Attachements

When managers and workers perform self-service transactions, they can select the Save Attachments check box to save attachments to the self-service transactions and view them in the Oracle HRMS windows.

The Save Attachments check box on the Review page is hidden by default. Enterprises can decide whether to display the check box on the Review page using the Personalization feature. Personalization can be done only at the Function level, depending on the functionality that supports personalization at the Function level.

The following table provides a list of Review pages of self-service HR functions where users can save the attachments to view them in Oracle HRMS windows:

Self-Service HR Function Oracle HRMS Window
Absence Management Absence Details
Education and Qualification People
Other Professional Qualifications People
Special Information People
Extra Information People
Hire People
Applicant Hire and Rehire People
Release Information People
Transfer People
Termination Terminate
Termination with Compensation Terminate
Personal Information People
Contingent Worker Placement People
Contact Extra Information People
Employee Review People
Worker Status Change, Change Hours, Change Job, Change Costcenter, Location and Manager, Change Costcenter, Terms and Manager, Change Worker Status and Terms, Change Job and Terms, Change Manager Assignment
Change Pay Assignment
Competency Profile People

Step 24: Configure Effective Date Options Optional Step

The Effective Date page of a self-service action presents users with two choices:

You can use personalizations to hide either option, effectively making the other option the default choice for all actions. If you hide the manual entry field, the Effective Date page does not appear.

See: Configuring Web Pages

Step 25: Configure Your National Address Style Required Step

To ensure that the correct address style for your country is used in the application, select one of the predefined address styles. The default address style is determined by the legislation of the business group. To select an address style, use the Descriptive Flexfield Segments window.

See" Descriptive Flexfields and Address Styles, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

Step 26: Identify and Prioritize Required Business Flows Required Step

SSHR is delivered with a number of business flows incorporating workflow-enabled functions. First identify which business flows you need to implement for your enterprise. Consider the information flows and approval processes within your enterprise.

For each business flow, repeat steps 30 thru 41. Detailed information is available in the relevant chapters as indicated. Details of the configuration options are available for each SSHR module.

Step 27: Configure the Workflow Process Required Step

Review the underlying workflow process in the Workflow Builder. If you wish to make changes, first copy the process so that you can make changes to the copy.

See: Self-Service Workflows

Step 28: Configure the Approvals Process Required Step

Review the seeded approvals processes and, if necessary, configure changes in the Workflow Builder.

Self-service actions now use Oracle AME as a processing engine for routing and approvals.

See: Oracle Approvals Management (AME)

Step 29: Configure the Workflow Error Processes Required Step

Each workflow-enabled function has an error process that runs when a system error occurs. The error process sends a notification and a description of the error to the sysadmin ID. You configure the error processes in the Workflow Builder.

See: Configuring Workflow Error Processes

Step 30: Link the Workflow Item Type to the Function Required Step

Use the Form Functions Window and the Parameters field to link the workflow item type to functions. The Parameters field is displayed when you select the Form tab.

Step 31: Restrict a User's Access to Workflow Transactions, if Required Optional Step

If you do not want your workflow administrator to monitor all the workflow transactions in your enterprise, then you can restrict the workflow administrator's access to specific transactions. For example, you can restrict the administrator's access to workflow transactions to a specific organization hierarchy or a business group.

See: Restricting Access to Workflow Transactions

Note: The workflow security functionality works only when the Enable Security Group profile option is not set or set to No at the Application level for Application Object Library.

Step 32: Add Sub Menus to Self-Service User Menus Required Step

Add sub menus to user menus that allow users to see the Effective Date, Sub Actions, Return for Correction, Refresh Attributes, and Document Management pages.

See: Defining Menus for SSHR

Step 33: Add the Functions to the User Menu Required Step

Make sure that your configured functions are available in your user menus.

See: Defining User Access and Menus

Step 34: Set Up User Profile Options Required Step

User profiles control how users access information and how the information is displayed. You define the profiles at either the user or responsibility level in the System Profile Values window.

Step 35: Test the Basic Flow Required Step

Test the workflow process to make sure that it is correct.

See: Testing a Workflow Definition (Oracle Workflow Guide)

Step 36: Configure the Pages for Your Functions and Notifications Required Step

Use the Personalization Framework. Set up user effective date options. See the earlier step, Configure Effective Date Options.

See: Configuring Page Layouts

Step 37: Configure Flexfields for the Regions Required Step

You can configure the flexfield structures in the Application Developer responsibility, then enable selected segments in the appropriate pages using the Personalization Framework.

See: Configuring Flexfields

Step 38: Create Messages for the Regions Required Step

You can add predefined messages to your regions or you can create your own messages if required.

See: Adding Instructions to Web Pages

Step 39: Define the Name Format in Notifications Optional Step

Define the way a person's name appears in your workflow notifications.

See: User Profiles, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

Step 40: Configure Fields in the Pop-up Windows Optional Step

In the Hierarchy page, when managers place the mouse over the Details icon, they can view the photo of the worker, and details such as employment and contact in a pop-up window. Using personalization, you can display the Job, Organization, and Mobile fields that are hidden by default.

Implementing SSHR Functions Optional Step s

Step 41: SSHR Functions Optional Step

In addition to implementing the basic SSHR tools and processes, there are also implementation steps for the following SSHR functional areas:

Step 42: Control the Display of the Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation Pages for Self-Service Transactions Optional Step

Enterprises can determine whether Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation pages must be displayed for self-service transactions. For example, when top management executives perform self-service transactions, the Review page may not be required as they would like to enter the transaction details and submit the transaction without routing for approvals. To meet such business requirements, Oracle SSHR enables system administrators to control the display of Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation pages for self-service transactions.

Note: Oracle SSHR displays the Effective Date page in a new region at the top of the initial page that appears when you launch a function.

Set the following parameters for relevant functions to control the display of Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation pages in the transaction flow:

Setting either of the above parameters will bypass Confirmation page in the transaction flow. Note that if either the &pQkFn or &pBpRv parameter is set to Y, then the Confirmation page is automatically hidden.

Note: These function parameters are not set for any Personal or Manager Action functions by default. You must set these values, if required, for specific functions to control the display of Effective Date, Review and Confirmation pages.

For the Personal Information function, if the &pQkFn parameter is set to Y and managers or workers click Update in the Basic Details, Main Address, Secondary Address or Tertiary Address regions in the Personal Information page, then the options to correct current details or enter new information appear at the top of the related page and not in a separate Basic Details: Choose Option page.

Completing the Required Workflow Changes

If the &pBpRv parameter to hide the Review page is set to Y, then for the last page in the relevant process, the 'Last Page in Flow' attribute must be set to Yes using Oracle Workflow Builder. This indicates that the specific page is the last page in the transaction and the Review page is not available. Another Node attribute “Approval Required Flag” must be set for the same last page node to decide whether "Approvals" are required for that functionality or not. For self-service transaction processes, by default the "LAST_PAGE_IN_FLOW" attribute is set to value "No" and the "HR_APPROVAL_REQ_FLAG" attribute would have value same as it exists on the Review node.

The following functions provide the LAST_PAGE_IN_FLOW attribute:

Example: Adding the Parameters and Making Workflow Changes

In this example, the following business changes are required for the Change Job function:

This example uses the following predefined components:

Complete the following steps to update the Change Job process (HR_ASSIGNMENT_JSP_PRC)

  1. Open Oracle Workflow Builder.

  2. Open the hrssa.wft file.

  3. Open the Processes node.

  4. Navigate to the HR_ASSIGNMENT_JSP_PRC process.

  5. Open the process in the designer mode. HR_ASSIGNMENT_JSP_FCT is the node which is before the HR_REVIEW_CHANGES_JSP_FCT (Review Page Node).

  6. Open the node HR_ASSIGNMENT_JSP_FCT and select the Node Attributes tab. View the following attributes:

    Last Page In Flow
  7. Select Yes as the node attribute value for the Last Page In Flow to indicate that this the last page in the transaction business flow.

  8. Select No as the node attribute for the HR_APPROVAL_REQ_FLAG to indicate that approvals are not required for the Change Job process.

  9. Save your work.

Set the function parameters to hide the Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation pages:

  1. Log in to the Functional Administrator responsibility.

  2. Navigate to the Functions page.

  3. Search for the HR_CHANGE_JOB_SS function.

  4. Click Edit to add the function parameters.

  5. Add the parameters as follows to the existing parameter list:

  6. Click Apply.

  7. Bounce the listener to clear cache.

Now, when a user performs the Change Job function, the Effective Date, Review, and Confirmation pages do not appear. Approval is also not required for the change job transaction.

Step 43: Use the Quick Change Hours and Termination Processes Optional Step

Managers can use two processes to quickly perform change hours and termination transactions. If required, enterprises can implement the following processes:

Implementing and Configuring the Organization Chart Optional Step s

Step 44: Implement the Organization Chart Optional Step

Managers can view their organization hierarchy using the Organization Chart. Details of workers in the manager's hierarchy are displayed in the form of panel cards. The application supports different hierarchy viewer layouts.

Using the Organization Chart, managers can:

Workers can use the Organization Chart to view their contact and employment information. They can also search for other workers and view their contact and employment information.

For more information, see: Using the Organization Chart

The Organization Chart is built on Applications Development Framework (ADF) and the component used is hierarchyViewer, which is one of the ADF Data Visualization components. To implement this feature, see: Implementing the Organization Chart

Configuring Talent Management in Oracle SSHR Optional Step s

Step 45: Enabling Talent Profile Optional Step

The Talent Profile feature of Oracle SSHR helps enterprises to obtain a complete picture of the talent profile of their workforce to manage and execute their talent processes. Talent Profile captures and displays complete worker talent details on a single-interface.

See: Enabling Talent Profile in Oracle SSHR

Step 46: Set up Information for Succession Planning Optional Step

The Succession Planning functionality enables managers to plan for future vacant positions by identifying possible successors for employees, jobs, and positions.

See: Setting up Information for Succession Planning

Configuring Document Management Optional Step s

Step 47: Set Up Document Management Optional Step

If you want to make formatted documents available to users that contain merged data from self-service actions, create them from PDF or RFT templates and link them to appropriate menu functions by creating groups in Document Management.

See: Document Management

Configuring the Employee Directory Optional Step s

Step 48: Populate the Employee Directory Required Step

You must load data from your database into the repository. At this time you can override any of the supplied mappings with your own data.

See: Populating the Repository

Step 49: Deploy the Employee Directory Required Step

You can choose to deploy the Employee Directory from any of the following environments:

Step 50: Enable Single Sign On To Self Service Optional Step

The Employee Directory is read only. To enable users to edit their personal information, provide them with single sign on access to Self-Service.

See: Enabling Single Sign On to Self Service

Step 51: Set the Server Timezone system profile Required Step

Set this profile option to the time zone corresponding to your server time zone. This option affects the date and time displayed on the Personal Details page.

Configuring Links between Oracle SSHR and Information Providers Optional Step s

Step 52: Enable Info Online Content Container to Access Enwisen Optional Step

You can configure access between Oracle SSHR and Enwisen, a third-party information provider to enable end users to access company information or any other related information hosted on the Enwisen web site. The Info Online content container displays hypertext links to information providers.

See: Info Online Links to Enwisen from Oracle Self-Service Human Resources (SSHR) Pages, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

See: Configuring Links between HRMS Products and Enwisen, Oracle HRMS Configuring, Reporting, and System Administration Guide

Configuring the iCalendar Export Feature in Oracle SSHR Optional Step s

Step 53: Enable the Export of Absence Details Optional Step

Managers and workers can export absence details such as absence dates to the calendar application that they use. To help users download absence schedules to their calendar application, you can enable the Export feature on the Absence Summary page of the Absence Management function. You can enable this feature for Manager Self-Service and Employee Self-Service responsibilities using Personalization.

For information on how to configure the Export feature, refer to this note on My Oracle Support Configuring the iCalendar Export Feature in Oracle HRMS Applications, Note ID: 761563.1

Configuring SSHR for Use Outside Firewall Optional Step s

Step 54: Set up Oracle SSHR for Use Outside the Firewall Optional Step

For information on how to secure Oracle SSHR for use outside the firewall, see:

Configuring Self-Service Modules

Configuring the People in Hierarchy, My List, and Search Pages
Configuring the Review Page
Configuring the Special Information Types (SITs) Page
Configuring the Extra Information Types (EITs) Page
Configuring the Allocated Checklists Page
Configuring the My Information and My Employee Information Views
Configuring the Employee Information View
Configuring the Assignment Details View
Configuring the Compensation Activity View
Configuring the Termination History View
Configuring the Search Functions for HR Views
Configuring the Location Module
Configuring the Work Schedule Module
Configuring the Change Pay Function
Configuring the Assignment Rate Module
Configuring the Documents of Record Module
Configuring the Termination Module
Configuring the Voluntary Termination Module
Configuring the Voluntary Terminate Placement Module
Configuring the Reverse Termination Module
Configuring the End Placement Module
Overview of Document Categories and Types
Creating Document Categories, Subcategories, and Types
Running the Register Document Types (EITs) Process
Configuring Education and Qualifications
Configuring Other Professional Qualifications
Configuring Competency Profile
Configuring Suitability Matching
Configuring the Work Preferences Module
Configuring the Resume Module
Configuring the Tenure Status Module
Configuring the Academic Rank Module
Configuring Applicant Hire and Rehire, Hire or Placement, Place Contingent Worker Processes
Configuring the Absence Management Pages

Workforce Sourcing and Deployment

Workforce Sourcing and Deployment Overview
Using SSHR for Workforce Sourcing and Deployment
Personal Information Modules
      Basic Details
      Main Address
      Secondary Address
      Phone Numbers
      Emergency Contacts
      Dependents and Beneficiaries
      Info Online on the Personal Information Page
Entering Disability and Veteran Status Details to Comply with OFCCP (US)
Contact Extra Information (Japan)
Documents of Record
Professional Details Modules
      Education and Qualifications
      Other Professional Qualifications
      Competency Profile
      Work Preferences
      Tenure Status (US)
      Academic Rank (US)
Employment Verification
The Employee Directory Module
Anonymous Access to the Employee Directory
Enabling Single Sign On to Self Service
Enabling Customer Overrides for the Employee Directory
Populating the Repository
Legislation and Customer Overrides for Employee Directory
Manage Employment Events Modules and Workflow
End Placement
Voluntary Termination
Voluntary Terminate Placement
Reverse Termination
Work Schedule
Special Information Types (SITs)
Extra Information Types (EITs)
Other Employment Information
Change Pay
Assignment Rate
Change Manager
Organization Manager
Information Overview
My Information and My Employee Information
Employee Information View
Assignment Details View
Compensation Activity View
Termination History View
Search Functions for HR Views
Information Overview (US Federal)
My Information and My Employee Information (US Federal)
Employee Information View (US Federal)
Processing Personnel Actions (US Federal)
Configuring Personnel Actions (US Federal)
Apply for Job
Hire or Placement, Place Contingent Worker Processes
Applicant Hire and Rehire

Common SSHR Modules

Common Modules Overview
Using Common SSHR Functions
People in Hierarchy, My List, and Search Pages
Return for Correction
Release Information
Review and Confirm
Save For Later
Document Management
Set Up Eligibility Processing
Allocated Checklists
Delete Transactions Pending Approval
Overview of Self-Service Actions
Configuring Self-Service Actions
Managing Conflicting Actions
Initiating a Self-Service Action
Approving a Self-Service Action
Using Transaction Monitor
Configuring Transaction Monitor
New User Registration
New Employee Registration and Non-employee Registration
Create User Name
User Hooks To Generate User Names For New User Registration
Setting Up a Generic User ID For New User Registration
Configuring the New Employee and Non-Employee Registration Processes
Configuring the Create User Name Process
Generating Self-Service User Names and Passwords

Talent Management

Talent Management Overview (SSHR)
Using SSHR for Talent Management
Events and Bookings
Employee Reviews
Suitability Matching
Succession Planning
Creating and Maintaining Succession Plans
Setting up Information for Succession Planning

Organization Chart in Oracle SSHR

Using the Organization Chart
Using the Organization Chart as Managers in Oracle SSHR
Using the Organization Chart as Workers in Oracle SSHR
Implementing the Organization Chart
Configuring the Organization Chart Module in Oracle SSHR

Talent Profile in Oracle SSHR

Talent Profile in Oracle SSHR
Using Talent Profile as Managers in Oracle SSHR
Using Talent Profile as Workers in Oracle SSHR
Generating Printable Talent Profiles in Oracle SSHR
Enabling Talent Profile in Oracle SSHR
Setup Steps to Implement a Custom Version of the Talent Profile Feature in SSHR
Completing the Configuration Steps for Talent Profile in SSHR
Personalizing the Talent Profile Page
Configuring Manager and Personal Actions in Talent Profile
Displaying Person Extra Information Types (EITs) as Talent Profile Page Regions
Displaying Person Special Information Types (SITs) as Talent Profile Page Regions
Displaying Custom Content as Talent Profile Page Regions

Absence Management

Absence Management in SSHR
Accrual Balances Maintained by SSHR : Overview
Viewing Accrual Balances in SSHR

Vehicle and Mileage Processing

Vehicle Repository
Vehicle Repository Menu and Function Names
Configuration Settings for Vehicle Repository and Mileage Claims

Payroll Process Management

Payroll Overview
Using SSHR with Payroll Functions
Online Payslip
Payment Methods
Online Payslip
Online Payslip (International Payroll)
Voluntary Deductions
Element Entries Using Self-Service
View Employee Balances
Using Payslip Modeler
Using Payroll Dashboard
Using the Readiness Configuration
Configuring Payroll Dashboard
Tax Form (W-4) (US)
Configuring the Tax Form (W-4) (US)
Tax Information Form W-2 and W-2c (US)
Online Payslip (US)
Paycheck Modeling (US)
Configuration Information for Paycheck Modeling (US)
Configuration Steps to Display Dates on Online Payslip (US)
Online Payslip (Canada)
Payslip Modeling (Canada)
Examples of Payslip Modeling Scenarios (Canada)
Configuration Information for Payslip Modeling (Canada)
Employee T4
Employee T4A
Employee RL1
Employee RL2
Changes to Self-Service Menus for Canada
Configuring Employee RL1 and RL2 Modules
Configuring Employee T4 and T4A Modules
Payslip Modeling (Mexico)
Configuration Information for Payslip Modeling (Mexico)
Online Payslip (South Africa)
Payslip Modeling (UK)
Configuration Information for Payslip Modeling (UK)
P11D Reports (UK)
Online Payslip (UK)
Employee Claims (UK)
Online Payslip (Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, New Zealand, India, Kuwait)
Self Printed Payment Summary Report (AU)
Payslip Modeler (AU)
Configuring the Readiness Check for TFN
Configuration Information for Payslip Modeling (Australia)
Tax Declaration (India)
Medical Expenses (India)
Leave Travel Concession Expenses (India)
Payslip Modeler (India)
Configuration Information for Payslip Modeling (India)
Commutation Allowance (Japan)
Withholding ITAX (Japan)
Life Insurance Notification (Japan)
Personal Number (Japan)

Self-Service Benefits Enrollments -US Federal

US Federal Self-Service Benefits
Managing the Thrift Savings Plans (TSP) Information Using Self-Service
Configuring Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Self-Service Pages
Setting Up User Access to Self-Service Benefits
Enabling US Federal Benefits Notifications

HRMS Glossary