Our Workday 33 software update was implemented Saturday, September 7. Workday provides two feature releases each year, so Workday 34 will be coming in March 2020.
In addition to Workday’s changes for September, be sure to check our weekly Workday Change and Release Notes to see improvements we make.
Here are the features automatically delivered by Workday and how they will impact our users:
Merit Process – enables you to add workers and their organizations to an in-progress merit process.
New Recent and Suggested Categories in the Job Profile prompt make it easier to find job profiles on staffing and recruiting business processes.
Calculate or Recalculate Pay Results for Specific Workers in a Pay Period and Pay Group, means you don’t have to wait for a full calculation to process and eliminate the need to recalculate individual results.
Multiple Gross-ups – means fewer manual calculations and multiple off-cycle payments now that a payroll result can have up to four gross-ups with a different pay component and multiple gross-ups with the same pay component.
Save for Later on External Career Site – provides candidates with a new Manage Draft Applications page on the external career sites.
Updated Job Requisition Workspace, helps you be more efficient when managing job requisitions.
Safety Incident Tracking
Report Safety Incident – saves time by automatically populating the worker’s information on the Involved Parties tab when selecting Safety Incident > Report Safety Incident from a worker’s related actions menu.
Workday 33 Preview from previous WebEx event