Dynamics 365 Human Resources

Re-branding and updating D365 Talent posts to D365 HR posts

This blog has been dormant for a long time, sometimes life happens and you don’t have the energy or desire to blog. I’ve come to realise that a lot of the posts I did for Talent should be updated with everything new and rebranded as it now is Dynamics 365 Human Resources. It should make it a lot easier to find my posts (so that future Malin googling stuff can actually find her own posts). I’ve also learned a lot since some of these posts were made, so I hopefully can make the posts even better. A lot of these new blogs will have the same content as the old blogs, but I nonetheless want to update some of them and I’m writing new ones as well.

Posts (Subject to change as I discover new topics)

Introduction

Organisation setup

  • Jobs
  • Positions
  • Workers
  • Assigning positions to workers (creating employees)
  • Excel add-in
  • Human resources parameters
  • Human resources shared parameters
  • Personnel actions
  • Loaned equipment

Recruiting

  • Prerequisites
  • Candidate management

Task Management

Performance management

  • Performance journals
  • Goals
  • Reviews
  • Certificates
  • Education
  • Skills

Learning

  • Course management structure
  • Training setup
  • Enrolling workers

Self-service

  • Employee self service
  • Edit personal information
  • Manager self service

Benefit

  • Describing benefits
  • Benefit elements
  • Eligibility rules
  • Enroll workers in benefits

Compensation

  • Describing compensation
  • Setup
  • Range utilization matrix
  • Reference points
  • Compensation Grids
  • Eligibility rules
  • Pay rate conversions
  • Fixed compensation plans
  • Variable compensation plans
  • Vesting Rules
  • Compensation process

Leave and absence

  • Setup
  • Leave types and leave plans
  • Enrolling workers
  • Transactions and time off requests

Analytics

  • Power BI dashboards
  • Skill gap analysis
  • Skill profile mapping

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