Thursday Jan. 16
Workday Changes During Employment ILT (Part 2) - * NEWLY REDESIGNED COURSE
9 to 11 a.m.
FAC 327

This Workday ILT is designed for those who are new to initiating change job business processes in Workday as well as those who may want a refresher on this topic.   

This course covers changes during employment including, transfers, reclassifications, compensation changes, one-time payments and other changes to job details for staff, student, and faculty employee populations.  Job Changes - Part 2 focuses on Edit Position Restrictions, Request One-Time Payment, and Request Compensation Change Business Processes.  

By the end of this course you will be able to understand when to use and initiate the following Job Change business processes:

  • Edit Position Restrictions
  • Request One-Time Payment
  • Request Compensation Change

Prerequisite - Workday Fundamentals ILT and Workday Hire/Onboarding ILT (Exemptions granted for those who previously attended Workday training prior to January 2020)

Change Job Security Role Requirements:  At least one of the following Workday security roles must be assigned PRIOR to enrollment in this course.

  • HR Partner
  • HR Executive
  • HR Associate
  • HR Assistant
  • Academic HR Partner
  • Academic HR Executive
  • Academic Executive
  • Academic Partner

In order to determine the Workday roles you hold, enter "My Supporting Roles" in the Workday search bar and Workday will return a list of roles you hold. must have one of the Workday Security Roles listed above. If you do not currently hold one of the necessary security role to enroll in this course, please contact your manager and your unit's Workday Security Partner to inquire how roles are assigned in your unit. The name of your unit's Workday Security Partner can be found from your Worker Profile page in Workday. Select Jobs from the left hand navigation menu and Supporting Roles from the resulting menu at the top of the page. Scroll down to locate your Security Partner's name.

Register for Workday Changes During Employment ILT (Part 2) in UTLearn