9 Setting Up Common Settings for Benefits Self Service

This chapter contains the following topics:

9.1 Understanding Common Settings for Benefits Self Service

The setup process to provide employees with the opportunity to define and control their benefit selections begins with enabling your enhanced employee self-service software. By setting this control appropriately, you can access the necessary programs to define your self-service offerings. You can also define the primary care physician setting.

9.2 Implementing the Settings

This section discusses how to enter common settings.

9.2.1 Forms Used to Set Up Common Settings for Benefits Self Service

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work With HRM Common Display Settings W05004A Self Service Setup (G05BESS4), Common Settings for EE Self Service Appl Enter appropriate common settings.

9.2.2 Entering the Common Settings

Access the System Control Revisions form.

To set up common settings for self-service benefits:

  1. On Work With HRM Common Display Settings, review these data items:

    • PCPN

    • PCPV

    • USEESS

  2. To change the current setting for an item, select the data item and click Select.

  3. On System Control - Revisions, select either the Yes or No option, and then click OK.

  4. On Work With HRM Common Display Settings, click Add to add data items.

  5. On System Control - Revisions, complete the Data Item field.

  6. Select either the Yes or No option and click OK.

  7. On Work With HRM Common Display Settings, click Find to display the new data item and verify the setting.

    • PCPN

      Enter an option that determines whether the system requires a primary care physician number for self-service health and welfare benefit plans or benefit plan options that are set up to track primary care physician information.

    • PCPV

      Enter an option that determines whether the system tracks an employee visit with a primary care physician.

    • USEESS

      Enter an option that determines whether enhanced employee self-service software is being used instead of standard employee self service in the Xe release of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software.