SIGs and Communities
Time & Attendance SIG
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The OHUG Time and Attendance Special Interest Group (SIG) was established to provide members a forum to share knowledge, ideas, and accelerate the business value of Oracle's time and attendance solutions. These solutions include Time and Labor, Absence Management and other time and attendance third party solutions that integrate with the PeopleSoft product.  Through the OHUG Time and Attendance SIG, we will provide coordinated feedback to the product development and support teams at Oracle.

What do we do?

  • Administer forms for our members to network and share information and ideas
  • Facilitate OHUG sessions
  • Facilitate webinars for topics related to time and attendance
  • Advocate to promote a sense of community and provide value to our members

 

SIG leaders Janet Martin and Bill Hansen
Email: tlam.sig@ohug.org 

 


 

Past Webinars

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March 8th, 2013, 1:00 p.m. EST

Time and Attendance Management SIG Kickoff        

Bill Hansen, CherryRoad Technolgies

Janet Martin, BTRG                                                

Click here to listen to the recording                      

 

Abstract:

OHUG is pleased to announce the kickoff of the Time and Attendance Special Interest Group (SIG)!  After receiving wonderful feedback from the 2012 OHUG Conference in Las Vegas, many members were very interested in participating in a special interest group that focused on Oracle’s PeopleSoft Time and Labor, Absence Management and 3rd party solutions that integrate with the PeopleSoft products.

The Time and Attendance SIG will focus on providing a forum where members can connect to share information and ideas on topics related to scheduling, collecting time, processing rules and exceptions, maintaining attendance balances, workflow, approvals and integration with time clocks. 

This SIG will officially kickoff on March 8th with a webinar to announce the Time and Attendance SIG and to introduce our leaders to the community.


 

Speaker Bios: 

Bill Hansen is a PeopleSoft Project Manager/Consultant based in St. Louis, Missouri.  He has over 13 years of experience implementing and upgrading Oracle’s PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) with an emphasis on time and attendance.  He has worked with PeopleSoft versions 7.5 through 9.1.  During his career, Bill’s activities have included Project Management, analysis, prototyping, interface design, design and building of Time and Labor rules, design and configuration of Absence Management calculations, design and testing of bolt-ons, report design, data conversion, testing, training, production rollout and post go-live support.Bill has worked in multiple industries including: Call Center, Energy, Financial Services, Food Importing, Grocery, Government (State, County, and City), Government Services, Health Care, Education (K12 and Higher), Insurance, Manufacturing, Medical Research, Mining, Publishing, Utilities, and Retail (US and United Kingdom). Bill is a certified Project Management Professional.  He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri.

 

Janet Martin has been with BTRG since 2000 and is an experienced senior solutions architect in the HCM field. She has been involved in over twenty-five PeopleSoft implementation and upgrade projects in the past fifteen years. She recently completed two HCM 9.1 upgrades for BTRG and is involved in two current upgrades to HCM 9.1 Feature Pack 2 where she performs both as a project manager and/or the functional lead for Benefits Administration, Time & Labor, and Compensation. As a result of Janet’s involvement at such a detailed level, she is deeply familiar with PeopleSoft HCM 9.1 functionality and is a frequent presenter on this subject at Oracle OpenWorld, OHUG, and Collaborate user conferences each year. Janet’s expertise is with Time & Labor, Compensation, and Benefits Administration, but she is equally skilled in Core HCM, Self Service applications, and Payroll.