B JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Reports

This appendix contains the following topics:

B.1 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Reports: A to Z

This table lists reports related to the recruitment process. The reports listed in each table are sorted alphanumerically by report ID.

Report ID and Report Name Description Navigation
R080401

Applicant Data by Data Type

Use this program to review a list of all of the applicants who have information entered in a particular supplemental data type. Applicant Supplemental Data (G08BSDA1), Applicant Data by Data Type
R080406

Requisition Data by Data Type

Use this program to review a list of all of the requisitions that contain information in a particular supplemental data type. Requisition Supplemental Data (G08BSDR1), Requisition Data by Data Type
R080416

Requisition Supplemental Data Report

Use this program to review information for one or more requisitions. Requisition Supplemental Data (G08BSDR1), Requisition Supplemental Data Report
R081490

Requisition Review - Position

Use this program to determine the approval status of a group of requisitions. You can print two versions of this report. One version lists the requisitions by job description, and the other version lists them by position description. Requisitions (G08BR1), Requisition Review - Position
R084480

Applicant List

Use this program to review detailed applicant information. You can use this report to list all of the applicants or just specific applicants, such as those who have reached a certain point in the hiring process. This report lists detailed information, such as the applicant available date and asking salary. Applicants (G08BA1), Applicant List
R084481

Applicant Listing by Position

Use this program to review a list of all applicants who have applied for a specific position. Applicants (G08BA1), Applicant Listing by Position
R084482

Applicant List-Job Type/Step

Use this program to review a list of all of the applicants, arranged according to their job type and step. This report includes the number of applicants in each job type and step, along with the status of each applicant. Applicants (G08BA1), Applicant List-Job Type/Step
R084483

(USA) Applicant List-EEO Listing

Use this program to analyze the number of female, minority, veteran, or disabled applicants who have applied to the organization. You can also use this report for Affirmative Action reporting purposes. Applicants menu (G08BA1), Applicant List-EEO Listing
R080411

Applicant Supplemental Data Report

Use this program to review complete supplemental information for one or more applicants. Applicant Supplemental Data (G08BSDA1), Applicant Supplemental Data Report

This table lists government related reports for human resources, sorted alphanumerically by report ID.

Report ID and Report Name Description Navigation
R058514A

(USA) EEO-4 Annual Report

Use this program to verify compliance with EEOC nondiscrimination requirements. Government Reporting (G05BG), EEO-4 Annual Report
R058514D

(USA) Point in Time EEO-4

Use this program to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. You might want to use this report to capture a picture of EEO information for specific individuals or groups of employees to prepare a response to an EEO inquiry. Point in Time Employee Master (G05B31), Point in Time EEO-4
R058515

(USA) EEO-1 Report

Use this program to update the report with the prior year information and calculate gender and ethnicity information for the current year. Government Reporting (G05BG), EEO-1 Annual Report
(Release 9.2 Update) R058515A

(USA) EEO-1 Report (Component 2)

Use this program to generate the report with the employees' ethnicity, race, and sex, which are further classified under the 12 pay bands for each of the 10 EEO-1 job categories. Enter BV in the Fast Path field to access the Work with Batch Versions - Available Versions form. Enter R058515A in the Batch Application field.
R058515D

(USA) Point-In-Time EEO-1

Use this program to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. You might want to use this report to capture a picture of EEO information for specific individuals or groups of employees to prepare a response to an EEO inquiry. Point in Time Employee Master (G05B31), Point in Time EEO-1
R058516

(USA) EEO-5 Annual Report

Use this program to verify compliance with EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for public school systems and districts. Government Reporting (G05BG), EEO-5 Annual Report
R068910

(USA) EEO Staff Utilization Report

Use this program to review the number of hours that employees worked by ethnic group for each job category Employee Adv & Technical Operations (G05BE3), EEO Staff Utilization Report
R080436

(USA) Veteran Employment (VETS-4212)

Use this program to review employees in each EEO job category for every home company and home business unit who are protected veterans. Government Reporting (G05BG), Veteran Employment (VETS-4212)
R080434D

(USA) Point in Time Veteran Employment

Use this program to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. Run this report to review employees, as of a specific date, in each EEO job category per home company and home business unit who are disabled veterans or Vietnam veterans. Point in Time Employee Master (G05B31), Point in Time Veteran Employment
R080435

(USA) Workforce Analysis Report

Use this program to review a summary of employees by gender, ethnic code, job type, and job step for each home business unit within the home company. Government Reporting (G05BG), Workforce Analysis Report
R084400

(USA) Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category

Use this program to show how the organization is performing as an equal opportunity employer Government Reporting (G05BG), Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category
R084411

(USA) Applicant Flow Analysis

Use this program to review the number of applicants in each EEO job category by ethnicity and gender who have received offers, been hired, or been rejected. This report shows how the organization is performing as an equal opportunity employer. Government Reporting (G05BG), Applicant Flow Analysis
R084412

(USA) Adverse Impact Analysis

Use this program to review the number of male, female, and ethnic applicants for each EEO job category against those applicants who were hired. Government Reporting (G05BG), Adverse Impact Analysis
R084422

(USA) Affirmative Action Exception Report

Run the Affirmative Action Exception Report (R084422) before you run the Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category, Applicant Flow Analysis, or Adverse Impact Analysis reports. The Affirmative Action Exception Report lists applicants with missing values in any of these fields:
  • EEO Job Category (from defined code list (06/J)

  • Home Business Unit

  • Gender

  • Ethnic Code (a code other than defined codes 01-05 from 06/M)

Government Reporting (G05BG), Affirmative Action Exception Report

This table lists reports related to position budget management, sorted alphanumerically by report ID.

Report ID and Report Name Description Navigation
R081420

Open Amounts by Position

Use this program to review position information for salaries, FTEs, and hours worked. Daily Processing (G08BP1), Open Amounts by Position
R081430

Cross-Year Budget Comparison

Use this program to simultaneously review the position budgets for two fiscal years. The report also displays the percentage change in each budget from one fiscal year to the next. The system calculates the percentage change amounts by dividing the difference between the budget amounts for each year by the first year budget amount, as it appears in the left column of the report. Daily Processing (G08BP1), Cross Year Budget Comparison
R081440

Position Control Comparison

Use this program to run one of these versions for position control comparison:
  • Position Control Headcount

  • Position Control Budgeted FTE (Position Control Budgeted Full-Time Equivalent)

  • Position Control Effective FTE

Daily Processing (G08BP1), Position Control Comparison
R081460

Position Budgets

Use this program to review by fiscal year the position budgets that are established for all business units and positions. Daily Processing (G08BP1), Position Budgets
R081470

Position Budgets by Job Type & Step

Use this program to review the position budgets for all business units and positions for each job type and job step within the organization by fiscal year. Daily Processing (G08BP1), Position Budgets by Job Type & Step
R081480

Employee Position Activity

Use this program to review all of the position activity for each employee within the organization. You can analyze employee movement among positions and determine whether you need to hire additional employees or reduce the headcount for a position.

You can sort this report either by employee last name or by employee number.

Daily Processing (G08BP1), Employee Position Activity

This table lists reports related to competencies and performance management, sorted alphanumerically by report ID.

Report ID and Report Name Description Navigation
R05100A

Review Competencies

Use this program when you need to determine the employees who have competencies in a particular competency aggregate. Competency Management (G05BC1), Review Competency Aggregates
R052202

Upcoming Reviews

Use this program when you need to view a list of employees whose performance appraisals are due in 90 days, overdue or are upcoming for the whole company or a specific business unit. The Upcoming Reviews report can use workflow to send a reminder to the supervisor message center so that the supervisor can create the necessary performance appraisals. Performance Mgmt Periodic Processing (G08PM2), Upcoming Reviews
R080013

Gap Analysis

Use this program when you need to compare the competencies that employees possess with those that are required for a particular job. Competency Mgmt Periodic Processing (G05BC2), Gap Analysis Report
R080016

Job Match Report

Use this program when you need to determine the employees who are qualified for a particular job. This report lists all of the required competencies for the job and the proficiency level that the employee has attained in each of these competencies. Competency Mgmt Periodic Processing (G05BC2), Job Match Report
R080021

Job Profile Report

Use this program when you need a formal description of a job, such as when you are advertising a job opening. Competency Mgmt Periodic Processing (G05BC2), Job Profile Report

This table lists reports related to health safety management, sorted alphanumerically by report ID.

Report ID and Report Name Description Navigation
P086400

BLS Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

Use this program to generate the BLS Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses. Government Reporting (G05BG), BLS Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

On Work With Establishment Groups, click Find.

Select a group in the detail area, and then select Submit from the Row menu.

R080403

Case Report by Data Type

Use this program to review a list of all of the injury and illness cases with information in a particular data type (such as physical object involved or medical expenses). Case Supplemental Data (G08BSDS1), Case Report by Data Type
R080413

Case Supplemental Data Report

Use this program to review complete information for each injury or illness case that you specify. Case Supplemental Data (G08BSDS1), Case Supplemental Data Report
R086415

OSHA 301 Injury and Illness Report

Use this program to generate the OSHA 301 Injury and Illness Report. Governmental Reporting (G05BG), OSHA 101 Occupation Illness/Injury Report
R086420

Occupational Illness/Injury Report

Use this program to analyze health safety management statistics for the organization. Case Supplemental Data (G08BSDS1), Occupational Illness/Injury Report
R086421

Government Reportable Illness/Injury

Use this program to analyze health safety management statistics for the organization. Case Supplemental Data (G08BSDS1), Government Reportable Illness/Injury

B.2 JD Edwards Human Resources Reports: Selected Reports

Some reports include a more detailed description, as well as information about processing options. These reports are listed alphanumerically by report ID in this appendix.

B.2.1 P086400 - BLS Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

The U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) collects and maintains statistics and prepares reports regarding work related injuries and illnesses. The BLS and participating state agencies send the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses to a sample of private industry employers in order to gather the data that is used to prepare estimates of occupational injuries and illness. Policy makers collect data so that they can track trends in occupational safety and health problems. The BLS publishes the estimates generated by this process in a variety of online and published formats. Participation is mandatory for employers who receive the survey, even if they experience no instances of occupational injury or illness during the reporting year.

Verify that you have set up OSHA establishment information.

See (USA) Setting up OSHA Reporting Information.

B.2.2 Processing Options for OSHA Reporting (P086400)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.2.1 Display

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Select the report

Use this processing option to specify which report to run. Values are:

Blank: OSHA Report

1: OSHA Report

2: BLS Survey Report

B.2.2.2 Versions

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

2. OSHA 300 Injury and Illness Report (R086401) Version

Use this processing option to specify the version of the OSHA - 300 Injury and Illness report (R086401). The default version is XJDE0001.

3. Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (R086402)

Use this processing option to specify the version of the BLS: Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses report (R086402) that you want to run. The default version is XJDE0001.

B.2.3 R05100A - Review Competencies

When you need to determine the employees who have competencies in a particular competency aggregate, you can review the Review Competency Aggregates report (R05100A). For a particular competency aggregate, this report lists each employee competency, including the proficiency level that the employee has attained in the competency.

B.2.4 Processing Options for Review Competencies (R05100A)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.4.1 Default

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Aggregate Code

Use this processing option to specify a code that unifies individual competencies based on certain criteria.

B.2.5 R052202 - Upcoming Reviews

The Upcoming Reviews report lists employees who are due to receive an employee performance appraisal as of a specific date or within a specified number of days. The report prints a list of employees based on the criteria that you specify. After you print the Upcoming Reviews report, you run the Create Performance Appraisals program (P087711) to select the employees, create appraisals, and send messages to each of the employees and managers.

This report can use workflow to send a reminder to the supervisor message center so that the supervisor can create the necessary performance appraisals.

You might use Upcoming Reviews report when you are generating employee performance appraisals for the whole company or a specific business unit.

B.2.6 Processing Options for Upcoming Reviews (R052202)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.6.1 Defaults

These processing options specify information about the employee and supervisor.

1. Employee Number Display

Use this processing option to specify the employee number that you want to print on the report. Values are:

A: Address book number

S: Employee tax identification number

O: Other number

2. URL For Supervisor Review Instructions (Uniform Resource Locator for Supervisor Review Instructions)

Use this processing option to specify the uniform resource locator for the supervisor review instructions.

B.2.6.2 Process

These processing options specify the dates for which you want to review appraisals and whether the system runs the workflow reminder process.

1. Workflow Reminder Process

Use this processing option to specify whether to run the workflow reminder process. Values are:

1: Run the workflow process.

0: Do not run the workflow process.

2. From Date

Use this processing option to limit reviews. The review date must be greater than or equal to the From Date.

3. Thru Date

Use this processing option to limit reviews processed. The review date must be less than or equal to the Thru Date.

4. Days From Today

Use this processing option to limit reviews processed. Enter Days From Today to process all new review dates that are less than or equal to the system date and the number of days entered into the processing option. Enter Date of Thru Date to ignore this option.

B.2.7 R058514A - (USA) EEO-4 Annual

State and local governments are required to run the EEO-4 Annual Report (R058514A) to verify compliance with EEOC nondiscrimination requirements. Run the EE0-4 Report (R058514A) every odd numbered year if you are a state or local government. State and local government employers are required to file an EEO-4 report biennially, using data from the fiscal year July 1 through June 30.

This five page report separates employees into the standard EEO job categories and then sorts employees by EEO ethnic codes and salary ranges by gender. The total for each job category is calculated and printed, as is the total for each home company or home business unit. The report prints totals by job description and company for full time employees.

Information for this report is based on the Employee Master Information table (F060116). Defined codes 06/J, used for EEO-4 reporting, are hard coded and should not be changed.

B.2.8 Processing Options for EEO-4 Annual (R058514A)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.8.1 General

These processing options specify the default values that the system applies when you run the report.

1. Begin Date

Use this processing option to specify the beginning date of the fiscal year that the system will use for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, the report lists only those employees who were included in the pay period as of the last day of the fiscal year. If you are not using Payroll, the report includes only those employees whose employment status is active (not terminated or on leave of absence) on the last day of the fiscal year. New hire figures include the entire fiscal year.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends that you use July 1 as the beginning date of the fiscal year.

2. End Date

Use this processing option to enter the ending date of the fiscal year to be used for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, the report lists only those employees who were included in the pay period that includes the last day of the fiscal year. If you are not using Payroll, the report includes only those employees whose employment status is active (not terminated or on leave of absence) on the last day of the fiscal year. New hire figures include the entire fiscal year.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends that you use June 30 as the ending date of the fiscal year.

3. Company

Use this processing option to specify the code that represents the company.

This code is assigned by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to identify a specific organization, fund, or other entity. The code is used for government reports, such as EEO-1. Do not include hyphens in the value that you enter. The system will add appropriate hyphens when you print reports.

4. EEOC Control Number (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Control Number)

Use this processing option to enter the unique, 8 digit number that the State and Local Reporting Committee of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) assigns to a jurisdiction. The 8th position of the number may be alphabetic for special districts. The first through seventh digits are always numeric. If you are unsure of the control number, consult the EEO-4 coordinator.

5. Report Function(s)

Use this processing option to enter the function codes that are defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Each code represents a job function that is performed by employees in an jurisdiction. When you enter more than one code, enter a space between codes. Values are:

1: Financial Administration/General Control

2: Streets and Highways

3: Public Welfare

4: Police Protection

5: Fire Protection

6: Natural Resources/Parks and Recreation

7: Hospitals and Sanatoriums

8: Health

9: Housing

10: Community Development

11: Corrections

12: Utilities and Transportation

13: Sanitation and Sewage

14: Employment Security State Governments Only

15: Other

Jurisdictions with fewer than 1000 full time employees can print the report in these two ways:

  • Print one report for all functions that includes all employees who perform functions with fewer than 100 employees.

  • Print a separate report for each function that is performed by 100 or more employees.

Jurisdictions with 1000 or more full time employees must print a separate report for each function that is performed by the employees in the jurisdiction. If more than one function is performed by the jurisdiction, complete the summary sheet that is provided by the EEOC, which enables you to specify all of the functions that are performed by the employees in the jurisdiction. Submit the summary sheet and up to 15 separate function reports in one package.

The function codes that you enter in this processing option are used for report headings only. The codes are not used for selecting the records that appear on the report. The method that you use to identify the functions that employees perform varies by organization. You can use the data selection for the report to accommodate the organization rules for function identification. You must run the report for each function individually.

6. Full time Code(s)

Use this processing option to enter the codes that the organization uses to identify full time employees. If an employee who is included on the report has an employment status (EST) code that does not match one of the codes in this processing option, the employee will be included in the other than full time employees section of the report. If blank is a valid code, enter it in this format: ' ' (single quote followed by a space and then another single quote). When you enter multiple codes, enter a space between each code (for example, 1 2 3).

7. Page Number

Use this processing option to enter the page number to print on the first page of the EEO-4 report. Subsequent page numbers will increment by 1.

B.2.8.2 Certification

These processing options specify the names and related information for the individuals whom the Equal Opportunity Commission can contact for further information, if needed.

1. Certifier

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person who certifies that the EEO-4 report is accurate and truthful.

2. Certifier Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties performed by the person who certifies the report. If this person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank and the system prints the employee job description from the Employee Master table (F060116) on the EEO-4 report.

3. Contact

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person whom the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission would contact for additional information about the report, if necessary.

4. Contact Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the job duties that the contact person performs. If the contact person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee Employee Master record.

5. Company Address

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment mailing address should be used for the contact person. Values are:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Contact Phone

Use this processing option to specify the area code and telephone number of the contact person. For example, this format: (xxx) xxx-xxxx.

Include appropriate parentheses and dashes. Do not include an extension number.

B.2.9 R058514D - Point-In-Time EEO-4 Annual Report

Use the Point-In-Time EEO-4 Report (R058514D) to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. You might want to use this report to capture a picture of EEO information for specific individuals or groups of employees to prepare a response to an EEO inquiry.

The Point-In-Time EEO-4 Report contains the same information as the EEO-4 Annual Report; however, the point-in-time report enables you to review information as of a specific date.

The Point-In-Time EEO-4 Report is not a replacement for the EEO-4 Employment Data report. Use the EEO-4 Annual report to verify that you are in compliance with the EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers.

Before you run the Point-In-Time EEO-4 Report, prepare a new point-in-time version (employee group or specific date), and review the data. In addition to the other processing option tabs, set appropriate options on the Point in Time tab.

See "Working with Point-in-Time Employee Reports" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Human Capital Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

B.2.10 Processing Options for Point-In-Time EEO-4 Annual Report (R058514D)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.10.1 Point in Time

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

Effective Date:

Use this processing option to specify a future date when all changes will take effect or the date when the changes went into effect. If you do not enter a date in this field, the system uses the current date as the effective date.

Version Name:

Use this processing option to specify the version name that you assigned to a date effective snapshot of a business unit category code structure when you created the snapshot.

B.2.10.2 General

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Begin Date

Use this processing option to specify the beginning date of the fiscal year that the system will use for employment figures. If you are using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll, the report lists only those employees who were included in the pay period as of the last day of the fiscal year. If you are not using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll, the report includes only those employees whose employment status is active (not terminated or on leave of absence) on the last day of the fiscal year. New hire figures include the entire fiscal year.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends that you use July 1 as the beginning date of the fiscal year.

2. End Date

Use this processing option to enter the ending date of the fiscal year to be used for employment figures. If you are using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll, the report lists only those employees who were included in the pay period that includes the last day of the fiscal year. If you are not using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll, the report includes only those employees whose employment status is active (not terminated or on leave of absence) on the last day of the fiscal year. New hire figures include the entire fiscal year.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends that you use June 30 as the ending date of the fiscal year.

3. Company

Use this processing option to specify a code that identifies a specific organization, fund, or other reporting entity. The company code must already exist in the Company Constants table (F0010) and must identify a reporting entity that has a complete balance sheet. At this level, you can have intercompany transactions.

Note:

You can use company 00000 for default values such as dates and AAIs. You cannot use company 00000 for transaction entries.
4. EEOC Control Number (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Control Number)

Use this processing option to enter the unique, 8 digit number that the State and Local Reporting Committee of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) assigns to a jurisdiction. The 8th position of the number may be alphabetic for special districts. The first through seventh digits are always numeric. If you are unsure of the control number, consult the EEO-4 coordinator.

5. Report Function(s)

Use this processing option to enter the function codes that are defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Each code represents a job function performed by employees in an jurisdiction. When you enter more than one code, enter a space between codes. Values are:

1: Financial Administration/General Control

2: Streets and Highways

3: Public Welfare

4: Police Protection

5: Fire Protection

6: Natural Resources/Parks and Recreation

7: Hospitals and Sanatoriums

8: Health

9: Housing

10: Community Development

11: Corrections

12: Utilities and Transportation

13: Sanitation and Sewage

14: Employment Security State Governments Only

15: Other

Jurisdictions with fewer than 1000 full time employees can print the report in one of these ways:

  • Print one report for all functions that includes all employees who perform functions with fewer than 100 employees.

  • Print a separate report for each function that is performed by 100 or more employees.

Jurisdictions with 1000 or more full time employees must print a separate report for each function that is performed by the employees in the jurisdiction. If more than one function is performed by the jurisdiction, complete the summary sheet provided by the EEOC, which enables you to specify all of the functions performed by the employees in the jurisdiction. Submit the summary sheet and up to 15 separate function reports in one package.

The function codes that you enter in this processing option are used for report headings only. The codes are not used for selecting the records that appear on the report. The method that you use to identify the functions that employees perform varies by organization. You can use the data selection for the report to accommodate the organization rules for function identification.

6. Full time Code(s)

Use this processing option to enter the codes that the organization uses to identify full time employees. If an employee who is included on the report has an employment status (EST) code that does not match one of the codes in this processing option, the employee will be included in the "other than full time employees" section of the report. If blank is a valid code, enter it in this format: ' ' (single quote followed by a space and then another single quote). When you enter multiple codes, enter a space between each code (for example, 1 2 3).

7. Page Number

Use this processing option to enter the page number to print on the first page of the EEO-4 report. Subsequent page numbers will increment by 1.

B.2.10.3 Certification

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Certifier

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person who certifies that the EEO-4 report is accurate and truthful.

2. Certifier Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties performed by the person who certifies the report. If this person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank and the system prints the employee job description from the Employee Master table (F060116) on the EEO-4 report.

3. Contact

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person whom the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission would contact for additional information about the report, if necessary.

4. Contact Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the job duties that the contact person performs. If the contact person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee Employee Master record.

5. Company Address

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment mailing address should be used for the contact person. Values are:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Contact Phone

Use this processing option to specify the area code and telephone number of the contact person. For example, use this format: (xxx) xxx-xxxx. Include appropriate parentheses and dashes. Do not include an extension number.

B.2.11 R058515 - (USA) EEO-1 Report

Run the EEO-1 Report (R058515) to verify that the organization complies with the nondiscrimination requirements for private employers that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) established. EEOC specifications require that you use data from the months of July through September. The EEOC also requires reporting totals from the prior year.

This report separates employees into the standard EEO job categories and then sorts employees by EEO ethnic codes and gender. The total for each job category is calculated and printed, as is the total for each home company or home business unit. The report starts a new page and prints totals for each new company.

When you run the EEO-1 Report (R058515), the EEO-1 Annual Data table (F05850) updates the report with the prior year information and calculates gender and ethnicity information for the current year.

If you use Payroll, the system verifies whether an employee should be included in the report by validating payment dates from the Pay Check History Summary table (F06156) using the reporting dates as defined in the processing options. If you do not use Payroll, the system determines whether an employee should appear on the report using individual employment dates in the Employee History table (F08042).

If the system finds that an employee was paid during the reporting dates, the employee is automatically included on the report, provided that the employee has a record of an EEO code, gender, and ethnicity in the Employee Master Information table.

When you run the report, you can set up the processing options to print an EEO-1 report for establishments with 50 or fewer employees. To create reports that include separate establishments for a company with multiple establishments, you can use the Employee Master program (P0801) to create defined codes that designate establishment numbers for each individual. You can then use the report data selection to select appropriate category codes to sort individual establishments for display on the report.

If this is the first filing year for which you are using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system, you must enter EEO information for the company before you run the report for the first time.

See (USA) Entering EEO-1 Information.

B.2.12 Processing Options for EEO-1 Report (R058515)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.12.1 General

These processing options specify additional information and default values that the system applies when you generate this report.

1. Begin Date

Use this processing option to specify the beginning date of the pay period to be used for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, only those employees who received payments during the pay period are included on the report. If you are not using Payroll, only those employees who were active (not terminated or on leave of absence) during the pay period are included on the report.

2. End Date

Use this processing option to specify the ending date of the pay period to be used for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, only those employees who received payments during the pay period are included on the report. If you are not using Payroll, only those employees who were active (not terminated or on leave of absence) during the pay period are included on the report.

3. Report Type

Use this processing option to select the type of report that fits the needs of the organization. Values are:

1: Single Establishment Report

2: Consolidated Report

3: Headquarters Report

4: Individual Establishment Report

5: Small Establishment Report

The system stores the values in UDC 05U/ET.

4. Establishments Covered

Use this processing option to specify the number of establishments that are included in the EEO-1 Consolidated Report. The system generated consolidated report cannot be submitted to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Use this report only to review the information and verify that it is correct.

Information from the system generated consolidated report must be transferred and submitted on the actual EEO-1 form.

5. Parent Employs 100+

Use this processing option to specify whether 100 or more people worked for the parent company during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in Section C, Question 1 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Affiliate Employs 100+

Use this processing option to specify whether 100 or more people worked for an affiliated company during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in Section C, Question 2 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

7. Government Contracts

Use this processing option to specify whether the parent company was involved in any government contract during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in section C, Question 3 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

8. Employ Apprentice(s)

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment employed one or more apprentices during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in the Other Questions section of the EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

9. Page Number

Use this processing option to specify the beginning page number to print on the EEO-1 reports, except the single establishment report.

B.2.12.2 Company

These processing options specify the default values that the system applies when you generate this report.

1. Parent Company

Use this processing option to specify the code that was assigned for the parent company of the organization, if any.

2. Establishment

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the establishment for which you are generating the EEO-1 report. If you enter zero in this processing option, the system uses the parent company address book number.

3. EEO Company ID (Equal Employment Opportunity Company Identification)

Use this processing option to specify the code assigned by the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that identifies a specific organization, fund, or entity. The code is used for government reports, such as EEO-1.

4. EEO Unit Number (Equal Employment Opportunity Unit Number)

Use this processing option to specify the code assigned by the U. S. Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to identify a specific business unit, location, or establishment. The code is used for government reports, such as EEO-1.

5. SIC Code (Standard Industrial Code)

Use this processing option to specify the Standard Industrial Code (SIC) that represents the company or division. The SIC code classifies goods and services. This code can be found in any of these formats:

  • Standard Industrial Code (SIC).

    SIC codes are a method used in the United States to classify goods and services. This code normally has four digits, although some codes have extension digits that serve as qualifiers.

  • Harmonized System (HS).

    HS codes are an international method of classifying goods. More than fifty countries use this code system. Each code can contain up to 10 digits.

  • Standard Industrial Trade Classification (SITC).

    SITC codes, developed by the United Nations, are a numerical code system used to classify goods in international trade. These codes are used by international organizations and can contain up to six digits.

    The system stores the values in UDC 01/SC.

6. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)

Use this processing option to specify a code that classifies goods and services. The North American Industry Classification System is the new standard code system to describe business establishments and industries, replacing the Standard Industrial Classifications *SIC Codes). This code may be formatted as follows:

  • Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).

    A 4 digit code used in the United States to classify goods and services.

  • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

    A code of up to six digits currently used in the United States to classify goods and services.

    The system stores the values in UDC 08/NC.

7. Dun and Bradstreet

Use this processing option to enter a number used by Dun and Bradstreet to identify the company. Complete this processing option for a company that is involved in government contracts, provided that the company has a Dun and Bradsteet number. When you enter the number, include the appropriate dashes (for example, 9-999-9999).

B.2.12.3 Certification

These processing options specify the names and related information for the individuals whom the Equal Opportunity Commission can contact for further information, if needed.

1. Certifier

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person who certifies that the EEO-1 report is accurate and truthful. This number is required only for single establishment EEO-1 reports.

2. Certifier Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties that the certifying person performs. If the certifying person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee record on the EEO-1 report. This title prints only for single establishment reports. It is not required for multiple establishment reports.

3. Contact

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person whom the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission would contact for additional information about the report, if necessary. This number is required only for single establishment EEO-1 reports.

4. Contact Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties that the contact person performs. If the contact person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee record on the EEO-1 report. This title prints only for single establishment reports. It is not required for multiple establishment reports.

5. Establishment Address

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment mailing address should be used for the contact person. Values are:

0: No

1: Yes

These values are stored in defined code list 00/NY.

6. Contact Phone

Use this processing option to specify the area code and phone number of the contact person. For example, use this format: (xxx) xxx-xxxx. Include parentheses and dashes. Do not include an extension number. The phone number is required only for single establishment reports.

7. Contact Extension

Use this processing option to enter the phone number extension of the contact person. The extension number is required only for single establishment reports.

B.2.12.4 Information

These processing options specify information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report.

1. Information - Line 1

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

2. Information - Line 2

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

3. Information - Line 3

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

4. Information - Line 4

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

B.2.12.5 Multi Establishment

This processing option specifies whether you want to include information on individual establishments in the report.

1. Multi Establishment

Use this processing option to specify whether the report includes category codes 11 through 20. For example, to report on individual establishments, a multi establishment company might link individual establishment numbers to category codes 11 though 20. Values are:

Y: The system included category codes 11 through 20 in the report.

N: The system does not include category codes 11 through 20 in the report.

To link individual establishment numbers to category codes, an administrator can enter one or more individual establishment numbers in the UDC tables for category codes 11 through 20. To select a value for each category code, the administrator can access the Defined Category Codes 11 through 20 form (W0801EMPC) from a Row menu on the Employee Master program (P0801). To create a report for individual establishments, the report data selection can be used to select appropriate category codes.

B.2.13 (Release 9.2 Update) Processing Options for the EEO-1 Component 2 Report (R058515A)

To process the R058515A report, you will have to set all the processing option settings as they are set in the EEO-1 Component 1 report (R058515), and also set these additional settings.

Refer to "Processing Options for EEO-1 Report (R058515)" section for the details.

B.2.13.1 General

10. Year-End ID for Component 2

Use this processing option to specify the Year-End ID that the system should use to retrieve the employee's W-2 Box 1 information. The Component 2 report uses this data for pay band processing in the report.

11. Hours Worked Report method for exempt employees

Use this processing option to specify the number of hours worked by the exempt (salaried) employees. Values are:

1: Proxy (20/40 hours x weeks employed)

2: Actual Hours worked

B.2.14 R058515D - (USA) Point-In-Time EEO-1

Use the Point-In-Time EEO-1 Report (R058515D) to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. You might want to use this report to capture a picture of EEO information for specific individuals or groups of employees to prepare a response to an EEO inquiry.

The Point-In-Time EEO-1 Report contains the same information as the EEO-1 report; however, the point-in-time report enables you to review information as of a specific date.

The Point-In-Time EEO-1 Report is not a replacement for the EEO-1 report. Use the EEO-1 report to verify that you are in compliance with the EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers.

Before you run the Point-In-Time EEO-1 Report, prepare a new point-in-time version (employee group or specific date), and review the data. In addition to the other processing option tabs, set appropriate options on the Point in Time tab.

See "Working with Point-in-Time Employee Reports" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Human Capital Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

B.2.15 Processing Options for Point-In-Time EEO-1 (R058515D)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.15.1 General

These processing options specify additional information and default values that the system applies when you generate this report.

1. Begin Date

Use this processing option to specify the beginning date of the pay period to be used for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, only those employees who received payments during the pay period are included on the report. If you are not using Payroll, only those employees who were active (not terminated or on leave of absence) during the pay period are included on the report.

2. End Date

Use this processing option to specify the ending date of the pay period to be used for employment figures. If you are using Payroll, only those employees who received payments during the pay period are included on the report. If you are not using Payroll, only those employees who were active (not terminated or on leave of absence) during the pay period are included on the report.

3. Report Type

Use this processing option to select the type of report that fits the needs of the organization. Values are:

1: Single Establishment Report

2: Consolidated Report

3: Headquarters Report

4: Individual Establishment Report

5: Small Establishment Report

The system stores the values in UDC 05U/ET.

4. Establishments Covered

Use this processing option to specify the number of establishments that are included in the EEO-1 Consolidated Report. The system generated consolidated report cannot be submitted to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Use this report only to review the information and verify that it is correct.

Information from the system generated consolidated report must be transferred and submitted on the actual EEO-1 form.

5. Parent Employs 100+

Use this processing option to specify whether 100 or more people worked for the parent company during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in Section C, Question 1 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values are:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Affiliate Employs 100+

Use this processing option to specify whether 100 or more people worked for an affiliated company during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in Section C, Question 2 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

7. Government Contracts

Use this processing option to specify whether the parent company was involved in any government contract during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in section C, Question 3 of the EEO-1 report. This value is used to determine whether the establishment must file an EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

8. Employ Apprentice(s)

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment employed one or more apprentices during the reporting period. The value that you enter in this processing option appears as Y or N in the Other Questions section of the EEO-1 report. Values include:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

9. Page Number

Use this processing option to specify the beginning page number to print on the EEO-1 reports, except the single establishment report.

B.2.15.2 Point in Time

These processing options specify the point-in-time information to use when processing the report.

1. Effective Date:

Use this processing option to specify a point-in-time date. The system uses this date to sort information as of a certain calendar date.

2. Version Name:

Use this processing option to specify the name that you assigned to a date effective report version.

This processing option works with the Multi Establishment processing option where you might use category codes 11 through 20 for reporting on individual establishments.

B.2.15.3 Company

These processing options specify the default values that the system applies when you generate this report.

1. Parent Company

Use this processing option to specify the code that was assigned for the parent company of the organization, if any.

2. Establishment

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the establishment for which you are generating the EEO-1 report. If you enter zero in this processing option, the system uses the parent company address book number.

3. EEO Company ID (Equal Employment Opportunity Company Identification)

Use this processing option to specify the code assigned by the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that identifies a specific organization, fund, or entity. The code is used for government reports, such as EEO-1.

4. EEO Unit Number (Equal Employment Opportunity Unit Number)

Use this processing option to specify the code assigned by the U. S. Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to identify a specific business unit, location, or establishment. The code is used for government reports, such as EEO-1.

5. SIC Code (Standard Industrial Code)

Use this processing option to specify the Standard Industrial Code (SIC) that represents the company or division. The SIC code classifies goods and services. This code can be found in any of these formats:

  • Standard Industrial Code (SIC).

    SIC codes are a method used in the United States to classify goods and services. This code normally has four digits, although some codes have extension digits that serve as qualifiers.

  • Harmonized System (HS).

    HS codes are an international method of classifying goods. More than fifty countries use this code system. Each code can contain up to 10 digits.

  • Standard Industrial Trade Classification (SITC).

    SITC codes, developed by the United Nations, are a numerical code system used to classify goods in international trade. These codes are used by international organizations and can contain up to six digits.

    The system stores the values in UDC 01/SC.

6. Dun and Bradstreet

Use this processing option to enter a number used by Dun and Bradstreet to identify the company. Complete this processing option for a company that is involved in government contracts, provided that the company has a Dun and Bradsteet number. When you enter the number, include the appropriate dashes (for example, 9-999-9999).

B.2.15.4 Certification

These processing options specify the names and related information for individuals whom the Equal Opportunity Commission can contact for further information, if needed.

1. Certifier

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person who certifies that the EEO-1 report is accurate and truthful. This number is required only for single establishment EEO-1 reports.

2. Certifier Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties that the certifying person performs. If the certifying person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee record on the EEO-1 report. This title prints only for single establishment reports. It is not required for multiple establishment reports.

3. Contact

Use this processing option to enter the address book number of the person whom the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission would contact for additional information about the report, if necessary. This number is required only for single establishment EEO-1 reports.

4. Contact Title

Use this processing option to enter a description of the duties that the contact person performs. If the contact person is an employee of the company, you can leave this processing option blank to have the system print the job description entered in the employee record on the EEO-1 report. This title prints only for single establishment reports. It is not required for multiple establishment reports.

5. Establishment Address

Use this processing option to specify whether the establishment mailing address should be used for the contact person. Values are:

0: No

1: Yes

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Contact Phone

Use this processing option to specify the area code and phone number of the contact person. For example, use this format: (xxx) xxx-xxxx. Include parentheses and dashes. Do not include an extension number. The phone number is required only for single establishment reports.

7. Contact Extension

Use this processing option to enter the phone number extension of the contact person. The extension number is required only for single establishment reports.

B.2.15.5 Information

These processing options specify information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report.

1. Information - Line 1

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

2. Information - Line 2

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

3. Information - Line 3

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

4. Information - Line 4

Use this processing option to enter information that you want to include in section E of the EEO-1 report. You can enter up to 40 characters. The processing option description corresponds to the line of the report on which the information appears.

B.2.16 R058516 - EEO-5 Annual Report

Public school systems and districts might be required to run the EEO-5 Annual Report (R058516) in the even numbered years to verify compliance with EEOC nondiscrimination requirements. The School Reporting Committee (EEO-5) determines which school systems and districts are required to complete the report and notifies them by sending the form to them. This committee represents the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Office for Civil Rights (OCR), and the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) for the purpose of jointly sponsoring the EEO-5 report.

The report provides summary data for all full time and part time employees. Information for this report is based on the Employee Master Information table (F060116).

Note:

Defined codes 06/J, which are used for EEO reporting, are hard coded and should not be changed.

B.2.17 Processing Options for the EEO-5 Annual Report (R058516)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.17.1 Defaults

These processing options specify the information that prints on the report.

1. Address Number of Person Responsible for Report

Use this processing option to specify the address book number of the person responsible for certifying the EEO-5 Report (R058516).

2. Survey Year

Use this processing option to specify the survey year for which the EEO-5 Report (R058516) gathers employee information.

3. School District Code

Use this processing option to specify the code (UDC 07/SS) for the school district in which employees work.

4. EEO District Name(Equal Employment Opportunity District Name)

Use this processing option to specify the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) district name that the system includes on the EEO-5 Report (R058516).

5. Payroll Date

Use this processing option to specify the payroll date from which the staff statistics are drawn.

6. Number of Schools Operated

Use this processing option to specify the number of schools that the school district operates.

7. Number of Annexes Operated

Use this processing option to specify the number of building annexes that the school district operates.

8. School District Address - Line 1

Use this processing option to specify the street name and number or post office box of the school district.

9. School District Address - Line 2 (City, County, State, Zip)

Use this processing option to specify the city, county, state, and zip code of the school district.

10. Student Enrollment as of October 1st of the Survey Year

Use this processing option to specify the number of enrolled students in the school district as of the first day of October of the survey year.

B.2.18 R068910 - (USA) EEO Staff Utilization Report

Run the EEO Staff Utilization Report (R068910) to review the number of hours that employees worked by ethnic group for each job category. If an employee works in different job categories, the employee appears twice on the report with the hours worked for each job category. For example, an employee appears twice on the report if he works ten hours for job category A and thirty hours for job category B.

The system uses the Employee Master Information table (F060116) and the Employee Transaction History table (F0618) to compile the information. The types of information that the report creates for each job category are as follows:

  • Hours worked by females.

  • Hours worked by males.

  • Total hours.

  • Total employees.

  • Male employees.

  • Female employees.

  • Totals for all job categories.

B.2.19 Processing Options for EEO Staff Utilization Report (R068910)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.19.1 EEO Staff

Use these processing options to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. From Date:

Use this processing option to specify whether system enables users to filter report records from a certain begin date.

2. To Date:

Use this processing option to specify whether the system enables users to filter report records to a certain end date. Enter an end date to filter the report records. If left blank, the system supplies today's date.

3. Non Ethnic Code:

Use this processing option to enter a code (UDC 06/M) that specifies whether the system enables users to filter records in the report by Non Ethnic Code (EEO).

4. Business Unit:

Use this processing option to specify whether the system enables users to filter report records by Business Unit. (A blank defaults all business units)

B.2.20 R080013 - Gap Analysis

When you need to compare the competencies that employees possess with those that are required for a particular job, you can review the Gap Analysis report (R080013). This report lists detailed gap analysis information for a group of employees. You can use this information to help employees set competency goals. For each employee and job, you can determine whether the employee possesses the required competencies. You can also determine whether the employee level of competency is sufficient to meet the competency level that is required for the job.

See Reviewing Gap Analysis Online in the Human Resources Guide.

B.2.21 Processing Options for Gap Analysis Report (R080013)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.21.1 Defaults

These processing options specify the types of job related information that appear on the report.

1. Organization Type Structure

Use this processing option to specify the organizational structure to be used in the Gap Analysis report (R080013). This will report the gap analysis of employee competencies as it relates to job competencies for the specified organizational structure.

If this is left blank, the default organizational structure will be used.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/TS.

2. Job Type

Use this processing option to produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013) on a specific job type. If a value is entered, it is also necessary to specify an organizational business unit.

Blank will produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013) of employees in their current job.

3. Job Step

Use this processing option to produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013) on a specific job step. If a value is entered, it is also necessary to specify an organizational business unit and the job type.

If left blank, the system uses the employee current job step.

4. Organizational Business Unit

Use this processing option to identify the organizational business unit for which you want to produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013). If a value is entered, it is also necessary to specify a job type and job step. The default value of Blank will produce the Gap Analysis report (R080013) of all employees in their current job type and step.

5. Date - Effective

Use this processing option to produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013) at a specific point in time. The default value of Blank will produce a Gap Analysis report (R080013) of employees for today's date.

B.2.21.2 Display

This processing option specifies whether job option details appear on the report.

1. Show Job Option Details

Use this processing option to indicate whether to show details about job competency options. Values are:

1: Yes, show the option details (employee competencies) for each job competency. This value is the default.

0: No, do not show detail information.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

B.2.22 R080016 - Job Match

When you need to determine the employees who are qualified for a particular job, you can review the Job Match report. This report lists all of the required competencies for the job and the proficiency level that the employee has attained in each of these competencies. You can use a processing option to specify the minimum proficiency level that the job requires, and the report will include only those employees who have attained that minimum proficiency level. When you have a job opening within the organization, you can use this information to help you determine which employees are qualified to fill the opening.

B.2.23 Processing Options for Job Match Report (R080016)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.23.1 Select

These processing options specify job related information that appears on the report.

1. Minimum Job Competency Percent Achieved

Use this processing option to indicate the minimum job competency percent achieved. The jobs that will be reported on the Job Match report (R080016) will be those where the employee competencies are high enough that the minimum job competency percent achieved has been reached or exceeded.

2. Job Type

Use this processing option to search a specific job for the Job Match report (R080016). A blank value has the Job Match report (R080016) search through all jobs.

3. Job Step

Use this processing option to search a specific job for the Job Match report (R080016). A blank value has the Job Match (R080016) report search through all jobs.

4. Job Group

Use this processing option to search a specific job group for the Job Match report (R080016). An asterisk (*) has the Job Match report (R080016) search through all job groups. The system stores the job groups in UDC 08/JG.

5. Organizational Business Unit

Use this processing option to search through jobs that are in the specified organizational business unit. A blank value indicates that all jobs in all organizational business units will be searched.

6. Date - Effective

Use this processing option to select jobs and job competencies as of a specified date. A blank value will report jobs and job competencies for the current date.

B.2.23.2 Default

This processing specifies the type of organizational structure that is related to this job.

1. Organization Type Structure

Use this processing option to specify the organizational structure. A blank value will produce the organizational structure setup in the HR Constants. The system stores the values in UDC 00/TS.

B.2.23.3 Display

These processing options specify whether job option and job competency details appear on the report.

1. Show Job Option Details

Use this processing option to indicate whether to hide or show job option details. Values are:

Blank: Show the option details (employee competencies).

1: Show the option details (employee competencies).

0: Do not show the option details.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

2. Show Job Competency Details

Use this processing option to hide or show job competency details. Values are:

Blank: Show the job competency details.

1: Show the job competency details.

0: Do not show the job competency details.

B.2.24 R080021 - Job Profile

When you need a formal description of a job, such as when you are advertising a job opening, you can print the Job Profile report. This report displays detailed information about the job, such as job competencies, job competency options, and job competency descriptions. It also displays the employee competencies and competency levels that are required for the job.

B.2.25 Processing Options for Job Profile Report (R080021)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.25.1 Select

Use these processing options to specify information that will be included in the report.

1. Organization type structure

Use this processing option to specify the organizational structure to use in the Job Profile Report (R080021). This option produces a report of the job descriptions for selected jobs and organizational business units.

If this processing option is left blank, the default organizational structure is used.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/TS.

2. Job type

Use this processing option to produce the Job Profile Report (R080021) on a specific job type. If a value is entered, it must also specify an organizational business unit.

If this processing option is left blank, a Job Profile Report of all jobs in an organizational business unit and organizational structure is produced.

3. Job step

Use this processing option to produce the Job Profile Report (R080021) on a specific job step. If a value is entered, you must also specify an organizational business unit and the job type.

An * specifies that a Job Profile Report is created on all of the job steps within a job type.

4. Organizational business unit

Use this processing option to create the Job Profile Report (R080021) based on a specific organizational business unit.

If this processing option is left blank, a Job Profile Report is created for all of the specified jobs in all of the organizational business units.

5. Date - effective

Use this processing option to produce the Job Profile Report (R080021) at a specific time.

If this processing option is left blank, a Job Profile Report is produced of jobs on the current date.

B.2.25.2 Versions

Use this processing option to specify version information for the report.

1. Job Competencies in an Organization Version

Use this processing option to specify the version of the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006) to use. The default is ZJDE0001.

B.2.25.3 Display

Use these processing options to select competency descriptions that will appear on the report.

1. First job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the first defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the first defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the first defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

2. Second job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the second defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the second defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the second defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

3. Third job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the third defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the third defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the third defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

4. Fourth job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the fourth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the fourth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the fourth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

5. Fifth job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the fifth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the fifth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the fifth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

6. Sixth job competency description

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the description for the sixth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program (P08006). Values are:

Blank: Displays the description for the sixth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

1: Displays the description for the sixth defined description as specified in the Job Competencies In An Organization program.

0: Does not display the description.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/NY.

B.2.26 R080401 - Applicant Data by Data Type

To review a list of all of the applicants who have information entered in a particular supplemental data type, you can print the Applicant Data by Data Type report. For example, you can review applicants whose supplemental data includes job skills information. The information that prints on this report is the same information that you can review online using Applicant Data by Data Type program (P050210).

You can review information either by data type or by applicant. For each applicant, the system lists data types in alphabetical order.

B.2.27 Processing Options for Applicant Data by Data Type (R080401)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.27.1 Narrative

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter a '1' to bypass printing text information on the report.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print text information on the report. If left blank (default), the system prints the text.

B.2.28 R080403 - Case Report by Data Type

To review a list of all of the injury and illness cases with information in a particular data type (such as physical object involved or medical expenses), print the Case Report by Data Type. The information that prints on this report is the same information that you can review online using Case Supplemental Data Entry (P080913).

For each case, the system lists data types in alphabetical order.

B.2.29 Processing Options for Case Report by Data Type (R080403)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.29.1 Narrative

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter a '1' to bypass printing text information on the report.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print text information on the report. If left blank, the system prints the text.

B.2.30 R080406 - Requisition Data by Data Type

To review a list of all of the requisitions that contain information in a particular supplemental data type, print the Requisitions by Data Type report. You can review this same information online using the Requisition Data by Data Type program (P050210).

B.2.31 Processing Options for Requisition Data by Data Type (R080406)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.31.1 Options

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

Enter a '1' to bypass printing text information on the report.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print text information on the report. Default of blank will print the text.

B.2.32 R080411 - Applicant Supplemental Data

To review complete supplemental information for one or more applicants, print the Applicant Supplemental Data report. This report compiles all of an applicant supplemental information into an easy-to-read, resume style format.

The information that prints on this report is the same information that you can review online by using Applicant Supplemental Data Inquiry program (P08401). However, the report enables you to print information for multiple applicants at the same time.

B.2.33 Processing Options for Applicant Supplemental Data (R080411)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.33.1 Processing

These processing options specify the information that prints on the report.

1. Enter a '1' if you wish to bypass printing the Tax ID (Tax Identification).

Use this processing option to specify whether to print the tax ID on the report. A default of blank automatically prints the tax ID. Values are:

Blank: Print the tax ID (default).

1: Do not print the tax ID.

2. Enter a '1' if you wish to bypass printing the Asking Salary.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print the asking salary. A default of blank automatically prints the asking salary. Values are:

Blank: Print the asking salary (default).

1: Do not print the asking salary.

3. Enter a '1' if you wish to bypass printing any extended narrative associated with the data.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print any extended narrative text that is associated with the data. A default of blank automatically prints any extended narrative text. Values are:

Blank: Print extended narrative text

1: Do not print extended narrative text

B.2.34 R080413 - Case Supplemental Data

To review complete information for each injury or illness case that you specify, print the Case Supplemental Data report. Use this report to identify safety hazards and to improve the organization safety record.

The information that prints on this report is the same information that you can review online using the Case Supplemental Data Inquiry program (P080203). However, the report enables you to print information for several cases at one time.

B.2.35 Processing Options for Case Supplemental Data Report (R080413)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.35.1 Narrative

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter a '1' to bypass printing text information on the report. Default of blank will print the text.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print text information on the report.

B.2.36 R080416 - Requisition Supplemental Data

To review complete information for one or more requisitions, print the Requisition Supplemental Data report. You can review this information online for a single requisition using the Requisition Supplemental Data Inquiry program (P08102). However, this report enables you to print information for multiple requisitions at one time.

You can list requisitions either by requisition number or alphabetically by requisition description. You also select the report text information.

B.2.37 Processing Options for Requisition Supplemental Data (R080416)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.37.1 Printing Text

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter a '1' to bypass printing text information on the report. Default of blank will print the text.

Use this processing option to specify whether to print text information on the report.

B.2.38 R080436 - (USA) Veteran Employment (VETS-4212)

Run the Veteran Employment Report (VETS-4212) program (R080436) to review protected veteran employees in each Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) job category for every home company and home business unit. The report also singles out new hires (employees hired during the reporting period that you specified in the processing options).

Note:

Defined codes 05/HO, 05/HP, which the system uses for veteran reporting, are hard coded and must not be changed.

This table describes the totals in the columns of the Veteran Employment report:

Report Column Totals Description
Totals in the Employees column This column includes all the employees with a start date before or during the specified reporting period and who remained active for the specified reporting period. It does not include employees terminated during the reporting period.
Totals in the New Hires column This column includes only the employees with a start date during the specified reporting period, regardless of whether these new hires were also terminated within the reporting period. Employees who are hired during the reporting period and are still active employees appear in both the New Hire and the Employees columns.
Totals in the Protected Veterans column This column includes veteran employees with a Veteran (V) status in the Veteran field in the Employee Master Information table.
Totals in the Total New Hires, Veterans and Non Veterans column This column includes the total number of employees in the specified EEO Job Category, Home Business Unit, and Home company, regardless of their veteran status.

To create reports that include separate establishments for a multi-establishment company, use the Employee Master program (P0801). The Employee Master program enables you to create defined codes that designate establishment numbers for each individual. Use the report data to select category codes that sort and display individual establishments.

B.2.39 Processing Options for Veterans Employment Report (VETS-4212) (R080436)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options, such as the default values for specific transactions, the fields to display on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.39.1 Defaults

These processing options specify the default information the system uses to process the Veteran Employment report.

1. Beginning Date

Use this processing option to specify the first day of the reporting period.

2. Ending Date

Use this processing option to specify the last day of the reporting period.

3. DUNS Number (Data Universal Numbering System number)

Use this processing option to enter the nine-digit DUNS number (also called the Dun & Bradstreet number) of the home company.

4. Electronic File

Use this processing option to store the VETS-4212 report in a table for electronic submission, based on new government requirements for 2015. Values are:

Y: Yes

N: No

Note:

This processing option only stores the report data in the Veteran Employment Reporting table (F080436). The Department of Labor requires the report to be submitted as an ASCII comma delimited text file. Users must manually create this file from the F080436 table.
5. Contact Person

Use this processing option to specify the address book number of the contact person.

6. Phone Number Type

Use this processing option to specify the contact person's phone number type. The system uses this value along with contact address book number to retrieve the contact person's phone number from the Address Book - Phone Numbers (F0115) table.

Note:

If the value entered in this processing option is not defined in the F0115 table, the system will retrieve the first phone number entry.
7. Electronic Address Type

Use this processing option to specify the contact person's email type. The system uses this value along with contact address book number to retrieve the contact person's email from the Electronic Address (F01151) table.

Note:

If the value entered in this processing option is not defined in the F01151 table, the system will retrieve the first email entry.

B.2.39.2 Electronic File

These processing options specify the information that must be submitted electronically for Veteran Employment report.

1. Build/Delete

Use this processing option to either build a new VETS-4212 report, or delete an existing VETS-4212 report from the Veteran Employment Reporting table (F080436). Values are:

0 or Blank: Build the report.

1: Delete the report.

2. Version Name

Use this processing option to enter a unique name for the VETS-4212 report that is to be generated to, or deleted from the Veteran Employment Reporting table (F080436).

3. Company Number

Use this processing option to specify the unique company number that is assigned to every business by the VETS-4212 government staff.

4. Organization Type

Use this processing option to indicate the type of contractual relationship that the organization has with the Federal Government. Values are:

P: Prime Contractor

S: Sub Contractor

B: Both

5. Form Type

Use this processing option to indicate the establishment type. The Establishment type is based on a valid code from the official VETS-4212 form. Values are:

S: Single Establishment

MHQ: Multiple Establishment Headquarters

MHL: Multiple Establishment - Hiring Location

MSC: Multiple Establishment - State Consolidated

Note:

If the establishment type is state consolidated, specify the number of locations in the MSC Number processing option.
6. Number of MSC Locations (Multiple Establishment - State Consolidated Number)

Use this processing option to enter the number of locations covered if the organization is a state consolidated multiple establishment.

7. NAICS Code (North American Industry Classification System code)

Use this processing option to specify the six-digit NAICS code applicable to the hiring location for which you are filing the report. If no separate NAICS code exists for the hiring location, enter the NAICS code for the parent company.

8. Maximum Number

Use this processing option to indicate the maximum number of regular employees during the period covered. If you leave this processing option blank, the system generates an estimated maximum number based on the tax history from the Tax History table (F06136).

9. Minimum Number

Use this processing option to indicate the minimum number of regular employees during the period covered. If you leave this processing option blank, the system generates an estimated minimum number based on the tax history from the Tax History table (F06136).

B.2.39.3 Multi Establishment

This processing option specifies whether you want the Veteran Employment report to include information about individual establishments.

1. Show Multi-Establishment

Use this processing option to specify whether the system displays the information for individual establishments on the report. Values are:

Y: Yes, the system displays the information.

N: No, the system does not display the information.

B.2.39.4 Mode

This processing option specifies the mode to use for processing the report.

1. Proof or Final Mode

Use this processing option to specify whether to run the report in proof mode or final mode. Running the report in final mode will change the value of employees categorized as Newly Separated Veterans.Values are:

Blank: Proof mode

1: Final mode

B.2.40 R080434D - (USA) Point-In-Time Veterans Employment

Use the Point-In-Time Veterans Employment Report (R080434D) to follow up EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers. Run this report to review employees, as of a specific date, in each EEO job category per home company and home business unit who are disabled veterans or Vietnam veterans. The report also singles out new hires (those employees who were hired during the reporting period that you specified in the processing options). You might want to use this report to capture a picture of EEO information for specific individuals or groups of employees to prepare a response to an EEO inquiry.

The Point-In-Time Veterans Employment Report contains the same information as the Veterans Employment Report (VETS-4212) (R080436); however, the point-in-time report enables you to review information as of a specific date.

The Point-In-Time Veterans Employment Report is not a replacement for the Veteran Employment Report (VETS-4212). Use the Veteran Employment Report (VETS-4212) to verify that you are in compliance with the EEOC nondiscrimination requirements for private employers.

Before you run the Point-In-Time Veterans Employment Report, prepare a new point-in-time version (employee group or specific date), and review the data. In addition to the processing option on the Default tab, set appropriate options on the Point in Time tab.

See "Working with Point-in-Time Employee Reports" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Human Capital Management Fundamentals Implementation Guide.

B.2.41 Processing Options for Point-In-Time Veterans Employment Report (R080434D)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.41.1 Defaults

These processing options specify additional information and default values that the system applies when you generate this report.

1. Beginning Date

Use this processing option to specify the first day of the reporting period.

2. Ending Date

Use this processing option to specify the last day of the reporting period.

3. Dun & Bradstreet ID (Dun & Bradstreet Identification)

Use this processing option to enter the 9 digit Dun and Bradstreet ID of the home company.

B.2.41.2 Point in Time

These processing options specify the point-in-time information to use when processing the report.

1. Effective Date:

Use this processing option to specify the point in time date that the system uses to process the report.

2. Version Name:

Use this processing option to specify the version to use when running the report.

B.2.42 R080435 - (USA) Workforce Analysis

Run the Workforce Analysis Report (R080435) to review a summary of employees by gender, ethnic code, job type, and job step for each home business unit within the home company. You can select any extra data items in the Employee Master Information table (F060116) that you would like to review in the report.

The processing options for this report enable you to include or not include white females as non ethnic employees. The system automatically locates job descriptions from the Job Information table (F08001) unless you set up the processing options otherwise.

The data that appear in the report columns is as follows:

  • Job Type.

  • Job Description.

  • Job Step.

  • EEO Job Category.

  • Pay Grade.

  • Pay Grade Step.

  • Total employees and total ethnic employees.

  • Total male employees by ethnic code.

  • Total female employees by ethnic code.

For active employees who are not included in the minority codes 01 through 05 (White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, and American Indian) from defined code list 06/M, the system generates the Workforce Analysis Exception Report (R080435A) in addition to the Workforce Analysis Report. The exception report lists the name, address book number, EEO minority, and home business unit of each employee.

B.2.43 Processing Options for Workforce Analysis Report (R080435)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.43.1 Process

Use this processing option to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Ethnic Employees

Use this processing option to specify whether a white female is included as a nonethnic employee. The default will include these employees and all others as nonwhite EEO Ethnic Group in the Total Minority Employees figure. Values are:

1: White female is non ethnic employee

0: White female is ethnic employee

B.2.44 R081420 - Open Amounts by Position

To review position information for salaries, FTEs, and hours worked, print the Open Amounts by Position report. Use this information to compare budgeted amounts with projected amounts through the fiscal year end. The report displays open amounts, which are the differences between budgeted and projected amounts.

The system calculates the projected amounts depending on the fiscal year for which you defined the position. When it calculates these amounts, the system uses the fiscal date pattern for the company with which the position is associated. The system uses the beginning of the fiscal year date and the end of the period-14 date for the fiscal date pattern as the start and end date ranges for the position fiscal year. All position activity records that overlap the ranges are included in the projection calculations.

B.2.45 Processing Options for Open Amounts by Position (R081420)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.45.1 Options

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. A value of '1' will show Effective Budgeted Amounts. A default of blank will show Budgeted Amounts

Use this processing option to specify whether to show Effective Budget Amounts.

B.2.46 R081430 - Cross Year Budget Comparison

To simultaneously review the position budgets for two fiscal years, print the Cross Year Budget Comparison report. You can compare the budget information for two years in a side-by-side format. The report also displays the percentage change in each budget from one fiscal year to the next.

The system calculates the percentage change amounts by dividing the difference between the budget amounts for each year by the first year budget amount, as it appears in the left column of the report.

B.2.47 Processing Options for Cross Year Budget Comparison (R081430)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.47.1 Options

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter the first fiscal year (two digits) to be displayed.

Use this processing option to specify the first fiscal year to be displayed.

2. Enter the second fiscal year (two digits) to be displayed.

Use this processing option to specify the second fiscal year to be displayed.

B.2.47.2 Amounts

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Effective/Budgeted Amounts

Use this processing option to specify whether to display budgeted or effective amounts. Values are:

Blank: Budgeted Amounts

1:Effective Amounts

B.2.48 R081440 - Position Control Comparison

The demonstration data that is included with Human Resources includes these three versions of the Position Control Comparison report:

  1. Position Control Headcount. Use this version to compare the current headcount for the positions to the budgeted headcount for the next fiscal year. Use this information to determine whether you need to do either of these:

    • Hire additional employees to fill a position.

    • Request approval for additional headcount for a position.

  2. Position Control Budgeted FTE. Use this version to review current position activity and compare it to the FTEs that you budgeted for the upcoming fiscal year. Use the information to determine whether you need to:

    • Hire additional employees to fill a position

    • Request approval for additional FTEs for a position

  3. Position Control Effective FTE. Use this version to review current position activity and compare it to the effective FTEs for a specific fiscal year. This version is the same as the Position Control Budgeted FTE version, except that it uses effective FTEs instead of budgeted FTEs.

B.2.49 Processing Options for Position Control Comparison (R081440)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.49.1 FTE/Headcount

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter the fiscal year (two digits) whose budgeted FTE or Headcount will be compared to the current FTE or Headcount.

Use this processing option to specify the fiscal year to use for comparison.

2. Enter the Type of report you would like to see.

Use this processing option to specify the type of report. Values are:

Blank: FTE (Default)

1: Headcount

3. For the FTE report which would you like to see Effective or Budgeted amounts.

Use this processing option to specify whether to include effective or budgeted amounts in the report. Values are:

Blank: Effective (Default)

1: Budgeted

B.2.50 R081460 - Position Budgets

To review by fiscal year the position budgets that are established for all business units and positions, print the Position Budgets report. Use this information to verify that the position budgets are correct. You might also use this information for reference when you are preparing the position budgets for next year. You can print one version of this report to review annual position budgets and another to review effective position budgets.

B.2.51 Processing Options for Position Budgets (R081460)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.51.1 Pos Control

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Budgeted/Effective Amounts

Use this processing option to specify whether to use budgeted or effective amounts. Values are:

Blank: Effective Amounts

1: Budgeted Amounts

B.2.52 Data Selection for Position Budgets

You should specify only one fiscal year for this report. Do not specify a range. If you specify a range of fiscal years, the report does not indicate which records are associated with each fiscal year.

B.2.53 R081470 - Position Budgets by Job Type & Step

To review the position budgets for all business units and positions for each job type and job step within the organization by fiscal year, print the Position Budgets by Job Type & Step report. Use this information to verify that the position budgets are correct. You might also use this information for reference when you are preparing the position budgets for next year.

B.2.54 Processing Options for Position Budgets by Job Type & Step (R081470)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.54.1 Budget

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Enter 0 or leave blank to show Effective Amounts, or 1 to show Budgeted Amounts

Use this processing option to specify whether to use budgeted or effective amounts. Values are:

Blank: Effective Amounts

0: Effective Amounts

1: Budgeted Amounts

B.2.55 R081490 - Requisition Review - Position

Use this program to determine the approval status of a group of requisitions. You can print two versions of this report. One version lists the requisitions by job description, and the other version lists them by position description.

B.2.56 Processing Options for Requisition Review - Position (R081490)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.56.1 Detail Type

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

1. Which field would you like to see on the report.

Use this processing option to specify whether to include the Position Description or Job Description on the report. Values are:

Blank: Position Description (Default)

1: Job Description

B.2.57 R084400 - (USA) Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category

The Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category report (R084400) shows how the organization is performing as an equal opportunity employer. Although the report is primarily used as an internal reference, it can be used for governmental reporting. Applicants by gender and ethnicity are reported within each job category. The report also distinguishes between applicants and applicants who were hired.

Processing options enable you to specify the report date range and whether you want the report to display the summary data and totals by EEO job category (06/M) or just the totals. You can also specify whether you want the report to total by each home business unit or by a different structure type.

An applicant is reported as a hired applicant when the system finds that the applicant start date in the Employee Master Information table (F060116) is greater than the applicant date in the Applicant Master table (F08401), and that the start date is between the date ranges specified in the processing options.

For employees (hired applicants), the employee original home business unit is used for reporting. Otherwise, the applicant home business unit is used.

Before you run the Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category report, run the Applicant EEO Exception report and correct or enter data for the applicants listed on the report.

B.2.58 Processing Options for Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category Report (R084400)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.58.1 Defaults

Use these processing options to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Beginning Effective Date:

Use this processing option to specify the beginning date for the reporting period. If the field is left blank, the system uses January 1 of the current year.

2. Ending Effective Date:

Use this processing option to specify the ending date for the reporting period. If the field is left blank, the system date is used.

B.2.58.2 Display

Use these processing options to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Organization Type Structure:

Use this processing option to specify the Structure Type for this report. The Structure Type will define the hierarchy of the different units within a company hierarchy. These values are defined in defined Code list 00/TS.

This is a required field.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/TS.

2. Parent Business Unit:

Use this processing option to specify the Parent Business Unit for this report.

3. Display report totals only:

Use this processing option to specify whether the report should display just the display totals or whether both the display totals and the summary counts by Job Category. Values are:

0: Display both the report totals and the summary counts.

1: Display the report totals only.

If the field is left blank, both report totals and summary counts appear.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/ZO.

B.2.59 R084411 - (USA) Applicant Flow Analysis

Run the Applicant Flow Analysis report (R084411) to review the number of applicants in each EEO job category by ethnicity and gender who have received offers, been hired, or been rejected.

This report shows how the organization is performing as an equal opportunity employer. Although the report is primarily used as an internal reference, it can be used for governmental reporting.

You use processing options to enter date ranges and to specify whether you want the report to display the summary data and totals by EEO job category (06/M) or just the totals. You can also specify whether you want the report to total by each home business unit or by a different structure type.

An applicant is reported as hired when the system finds that the applicant start date in the Employee Master Information table (F060116) is greater than the applicant date in the Applicant Master table (F08401), and that the start date is between the date ranges specified in the processing options.

Before you fun the Applicant Flow Analysis report, run the Applicant EEO Exception report and correct or enter data for the applicants printed on the report.

B.2.60 Processing Options for Applicant Flow Analysis (R084411)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.60.1 Defaults

Use these processing options to define the default dates and status conditions that will be applied when you run the report.

1) Beginning Effective Date

Enter the beginning date for the report period. If left blank the system uses January 1 of the current year.

2) Ending Effective Date

Use this processing option to specify the ending date for the report period. If left blank the system uses the current date.

3) Offers From Status

Enter the beginning applicant status that represents the offers condition.

Ranges should not overlap each other. No defaults apply.

The system stores the values in UDC 08/AS.

4) Offers Thru Status

Enter the ending applicant status that represents the offer condition. Ranges should not overlap each other. No defaults apply.

The system stores the values in UDC 08/AS.

5) Rejections From Status

Enter the beginning applicant status that represents the rejection condition.

Ranges should not overlap each other. No defaults apply.

The system stores the values in UDC 08/AS.

6) Rejections Thru Status

Enter the ending applicant status that represents the rejection condition.

Ranges should not overlap each other. No defaults apply.

The system stores the values in UDC 08/AS.

B.2.60.2 Display

Use these processing options to define defaults and required information that will be applied when you run the report.

1) Organization Type Structure

Enter the Structure Type to use for this report. This is a required field.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/TS.

2) Parent Business Unit

Enter the Parent Business Unit. This processing option is required.

3) Job Category and Total

Enter a 1 if the report should only display totals. If this processing option is left blank, the system displays the summary counts by job category, as well as the totals.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/ZO.

B.2.61 R084412 - (USA) Adverse Impact Analysis

Run the Adverse Impact Analysis report (R084412) to review the number of male, female, and ethnic applicants for each EEO job category against those applicants who were hired. Because this report is divided into male, female, and ethnic group, an applicant can be counted in more than one group. For example, a Hispanic woman would be counted as both female and ethnic.

This report shows how the organization is performing as an equal opportunity employer. Although the report is primarily used as an internal reference, it can be used for governmental reporting.

Processing options enable you to specify date ranges and whether you want the report to display the summary data and totals by EEO job category (06/M) or just the totals. You can also specify whether you want the report to total by each home business unit or by a different structure type.

An applicant is reported as a hired applicant when the system finds that the applicant start date in the Employee Master Information table (F060116) is greater than the applicant date in the Applicant Master table (F08401), and that the start date is between the date ranges specified in the processing options.

Before you run the Adverse Impact Analysis report, run the Applicant EEO Exception report and correct or enter data for the applicants listed on the report.

B.2.62 Processing Options for Adverse Impact Analysis (R084412)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.62.1 Defaults

Use these processing options to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Beginning Effective Date

Enter the beginning date for the report period. If this processing option is left blank, January 1 of the current year will be used.

2. Ending Effective Date

Enter the ending date for the reporting period. If this processing option is left blank, the current date will be used.

B.2.62.2 Display

Use these processing options to define defaults and required information that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Organization Type Structure

Use this processing option to specify the structure type to use for this report. This processing option is required. The system stores the values in defined code table 00/TS.

2. Parent Business Unit

Use this processing option to specify the Parent Business Unit. This processing option is required.

3. Job Category and Totals

Enter 1 if the report should display totals only. Default of blank will display the summary counts by job category, as well as the totals. Values are listed in UDC table 00/ZO.

B.2.63 R084422 - (USA) Affirmative Action Exception Report

Run the Affirmative Action Exception Report (R084422) before you run the Hired Applicants by EEO Job Category, Applicant Flow Analysis, or Adverse Impact Analysis reports. The Affirmative Action Exception Report lists applicants with missing values in any of these fields:

  • EEO Job Category (from defined code list (06/J)

  • Home Business Unit

  • Gender

  • Ethnic Code (a code other than defined codes 01 through 05 from 06/M)

After reviewing this report, you can correct or enter data in the system for the applicants listed and then run any EEO applicant report. This report helps you increase the accuracy of all the applicant EEO reports.

You can set up a processing option to specify the reporting date ranges. This report is based on information in the Applicant Master table (F08401).

B.2.64 Processing Options for Affirmative Action Exception Report (R084422)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.64.1 Defaults

Use these processing options to define the defaults that will be applied when you run the report.

1. Beginning Effective Date

Enter the beginning date for the report period. If this processing option is left blank, the system uses January 1 of the current year.

2. Ending Effective Date

Enter the ending date for the report period. If this processing option is left blank, the system uses the current date.

B.2.65 R084483 - (USA) Applicant List - EEO Listing

To analyze the number of female, minority, veteran, or disabled applicants who have applied to the organization, print the Applicant List-EEO Listing report. You use this report for Affirmative Action reporting purposes to show that the organization provides equal opportunities for all of the applicants who apply to the organization. Managers can also use these reports to analyze hiring and promotion practices within the organization.

You can review applicants by EEO job categories and ethnic codes. The report shows which applicants were hired, as well as the total number of applicants from each EEO category who applied to the organization.

B.2.66 Processing Options for Applicant List - EEO Listing (R084483)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.66.1 Date of Birth

Although processing options are set up during JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation, you can change processing options each time you run a program.

Enter '1' to hide Date of Birth

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the Date of Birth. Values are:

Blank: Display Date of Birth (Default)

1: Hide Date of Birth

B.2.67 R086415 - OSHA 301 Injury and Illness Report

You generate the OSHA 101 Occupation Illness/Injury report (R086415) to satisfy OSHA record keeping requirements. When you generate this report, the system retrieves the information that you entered in the Injury/Illness Case Information program (P08601). The report includes only those cases that have been defined as government reportable; that is, cases for which the Government Reportable option on the Injury/Illness Case form is turned on.

Depending on the company procedures, you can generate this report:

  • To review information about specific incidents

  • To compile review information about all or selected incidents that occurred within the required government reporting period

  • To provide a member of the organization with information about one or more specific incidents

    Note:

    OSHA reporting requirements changed as of January 1, 2002. This report complies with OSHA formats and standards for all injuries and illnesses that occur on or after that date.

B.2.68 Processing Options for OSHA 101 Occupation Illness/Injury Report (R086415)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.68.1 Process

These processing options specify the supplemental database codes to process and include on the OSHA 301 report.

1. Supplemental Database Code for Injury/Illness Cases

Use this processing option to specify the Supplemental Database code for injury/illness cases. All supplemental database records associated with injury or illness cases will be stored with this value to distinguish them from the supplemental database records for other items, such as employees, applicants, or dependents.

The system stores the values in UDC 00/SD.

2. Action When Injured Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Action When Injured heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

3. How Accident Occurred Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the How Accident Occurred heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

4. Physician Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Physician heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

5. Hazardous Material Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Hazardous Material heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

6. Object Involved Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Physical Object Involved heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

7. Hospital Data Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Hospital heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

8. Accident Location Type

Use this processing option to designate the data type used for supplemental data stored under the Accident Location heading within the injury/illness case supplemental database records.

B.2.69 R086420 - Occupational Illness/Injury

To analyze health safety management statistics for the organization, you can print a report that lists detailed information about cases. You can print one version of this report to review illness cases and another to review injury cases. Use this information to identify establishments and employees who might need additional safety reviews.

B.2.70 Processing Options for Occupational Illness/Injury Report (R086420)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.70.1 Display

These processing options specify whether to display a count of the records, the percentages for level breaks, and the percentages for all of the cases that appear on the report.

1. Display Totals

Use this processing option to specify whether to display a count of the records as a footer after each level break and as a grand total footer to be displayed at the end of the report. A default of blank will not display the totals.

2. Display Percentages For Level Breaks

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the percentages for a variety of categories after each level break. A default of blank will not display the percentages.

3. Display Percentages For Final Total

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the percentages for a variety of categories for all of the cases that are examined. These percentages appear at the end of the report. The percentages do not appear with the default of blank.

You can use data selection to determine whether to include injuries or illnesses on the report.

B.2.71 R086421 - Government Reportable Illness/Injury

To analyze health safety management statistics for the organization, you can print a report that lists detailed information about cases. You can print versions of this report to review cases by establishment, supervisor, and job type. Use this information to identify establishments and employees who might need additional safety reviews.

B.2.72 Processing Options for the Government Reportable Illness/Injury Report (R086421)

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

For programs, you can specify options such as the default values for specific transactions, whether fields appear on a form, and the version of the program that you want to run.

For reports, processing options enable you to specify the information that appears on reports. For example, you set a processing option to include the fiscal year or the number of aging days on a report.

Do not modify JD Edwards EnterpriseOne demo versions, which are identified by ZJDE or XJDE prefixes. Copy these versions or create new versions to change any values, including the version number, version title, prompting options, security, and processing options.

B.2.72.1 Display

These processing options are used to select the data that appears on the report.

1. Display Totals

Use this processing option to specify whether to display a count of the records as a footer after each level break and as a grand total footer to be displayed at the end of the report. A default of blank will not display the totals.

2. Display Percentages For Level Breaks

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the percentages for a variety of categories after each level break. A default of blank will not display the percentages.

3. Display Percentages For Final Total

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the percentages for a variety of categories for all of the cases that are examined. These percentages appear at the end of the report. The percentages do not appear with the default of blank.

You can use data selection to determine whether to include injuries or illnesses on the report.

4. Display and Group Totals by

Use this processing option to specify whether to display the total count of records by the establishment number, supervisor number, or job type. The totals are displayed as a footer after each level break. Blank or zero are not values for this processing option. Values are:

1: Establishment Number

2: Supervisor Number

3: Job Type