As most of you may know, PeopleSoft Absence Management is a module that can calculate and track leaves or absences for your employees. Absence Management uses the same rules engine as Global Payroll, making it a very flexible and configurable module. With the new sick leave laws being enacted by states and cities and the Federal government, a more robust solution is needed than what is provided by the Base Benefits module. More and more customers are considering implementing Absence Management to comply with the new legislation.
Are you looking at implementing Absence Management but don’t know where to start? What functionality you should be implementing? Do I need a partner or can I do the implementation in-house? The Quest sponsored Absence Management Implementation Panel Discussion was the place to go to for the answers.
On May 26th, a panel of 6 Absence Management implementation experts were brought in to answer any questions that customers had about implementing PeopleSoft Absence Management. The panel consisted of the following people:
Some of the questions asked were: How long does it take to implement Absence Management? Can Absence Management can handle leave balances as a single bucket of leave when the employee has multiple employment records? What rework is needed if you implement Absence Management after Time and Labor?
The answers to the above questions can be found in the recording of the discussion and a report of the panel questions and answers that were entered into chat on the Quest website: