eUM Systems


eUM - FINANCIALS Courses
To enroll in training courses on eUMB Financials go to the Enterprise Training Enrollment Page.

eUM - HRMS Course Outlines

Below are outlines describing the eUM training courses which are offered for new users of eUM HRMS.

Introduction to eUMB HRMS
Commitment Accounting
Departmental Payroll Processing

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IN01:  Introduction to eUMB HRMS

Length:
Half Day

Description:
The purpose of this course is to teach users how to navigate in the eUMB HRMS system. In addition, users will gain a general understanding of the eUMB HRMS business process, security and reporting tools.


Audience:
All users who will receive login access to the eUMB HRMS system.


Prerequisites:
Basic familiarity with a web browser (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox) and Be comfortable working on the Internet.

Methodology:
Instructor-led classroom presentation; hands-on practice


Objectives:
As a result of completing this training, participants will be able to:

  • Sign on to the eUMB HRMS system (a PeopleSoft application)
  • Access and navigate within the eUMB HRMS system
  • Retrieve data and view selected records
  • Assign Favorites
  • Define and describe the use of Effective Dates
  • Understand where the eUMB HRMS system processes and stores information
  • Understand and clearly describe user responsibilities for her/his eUM User ID and password
  • Understand and clearly describe user responsibilities for using data stored in the eUMB HRMS system
  • Describe the eUMB HRMS business process
     

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CA01:  Commitment Accounting

Length:
2 hours


Description:
The purpose of this course is to introduce the Commitment Accounting process, procedures, forms and tools that will be used to distribute and encumber labor expense at UM.


Audience:
Users who will fulfill Commitment Accounting Initiator, Commitment Accounting Reviewer and Commitment Accounting Approver/Department Administrator roles in eUM to approve, assign, update and manage designated employee funding profiles and Payroll Clearing Accounts.


Prerequisites:
Introduction to eUM
B HRMS

Methodology:
Instructor-led classroom presentation; hands-on practice.

Objectives:
As a result of completing this training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the eUMB Commitment Accounting process
  • Describe the purpose and use of the Employee Funding Profile worksheet
  • Create and maintain employee funding profiles in eUMB
  • Manage the departmental Payroll Clearing Account
  • View and use relevant reports and queries to monitor departmental labor expense
     

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DP01:  Departmental Payroll Processing

Length:
Full Day

Description:
The purpose of this course is to teach Departmental Payroll Processing users how to use the eUM Time and Labor module. The course will focus on the processes, procedures, forms and tools used to enter employee time and leave, and how to generate and approve Payable Time


Audience:
Users who will fulfill Time and Labor Initiator and Time and Labor Approver roles in e 

Prerequisites:
Introduction to eUM
B HRMS

Methodology:
Instructor-led classroom presentation; hands-on practice.


Objectives:
As a result of completing this training, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how eUM helps you manage your pay-related data
  • Describe the Time and Labor Initiator and Approver roles
  • Enter/approve time and leave for all classes of employees
  • Assign Schedules and Comp Time Plans to eligible employees
  • Process variations to regular pay
  • View/report on employee job and paycheck related data