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  1. APRIL MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 24A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Payroll
    1. Payroll for the United Kingdom
        1. Legislative Changes for Scotland for Tax Year 2024-25
  1. MARCH MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 24A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Payroll
    1. Payroll for the United Kingdom
        1. Legislative Changes for rUK and Wales for Tax Year 2024-25
        2. National Insurance for Investment Zones
        3. Real-Time-Information 2024-25, and P60 for 2023-24
        4. Payrolling of Benefits-in-Kind 2024-25, and P11D 2023-24
  1. FEBRUARY MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 24A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Payroll
    1. Payroll for the United Kingdom
        1. Pensions Automatic Enrolment: New Tasks to Stop Duplicate Payroll Run
    2. Payroll for the United States
        1. Employee Self Service Tax Withholding Page Enhancement for Redwood Experience
  1. Update 24A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Payroll
    1. Global Payroll
        1. Tax Overrides for a Legislative Data Group
        2. Value Definitions and Range Items: Model Changes
        3. Support for Updating Absence Entered on Time Card
        4. Secure Elements through HCM Data Roles
        5. Payroll Costing Integration With Labor Distribution
        6. Correct the Status of a Cancelled Flow
        7. Search for a Bank Using the Branch Identifier on the Personal Payment Method Page
        8. Oracle Payroll Core
        9. Redwood Payslip Bar Chart Enhancement
        10. Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update Feature
      1. Redwood Experience
        1. Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users
        2. Redwood Experience for Balance by Date
        3. Redwood Experience for Run Results
    2. Payroll for Canada
        1. Multi-threading for Employment Equity Statutory Reporting
    3. Payroll for China
        1. Removed the Years of Service Rule Setup Check for Severance Payment Tax Calculation in the Validation Report
        2. Exclude Public Holidays in Absence Duration Calculation
    4. Payroll for India
        1. Payroll Data Validation Report
        2. Employee State Insurance Monthly Contribution Return Report
        3. Simplified Payroll Flow for India
        4. Year End Process - Digitally Signed Form 16
    5. Payroll for Oman
        1. Social Insurance Enhancements
    6. Payroll for the United Kingdom
        1. Issue P45 when Final Pay In or After Termination Period
        2. MyCSP Statutory Updates 2023
      1. Redwood Experience for United Kingdom Payroll
        1. Redwood Experience for New Starter Declaration for Self-Service Users
        2. Redwood Experience for Pension Scheme Enrolment for Self-Service Users
    7. Payroll for the United States
        1. HDL Support for Employee Tax Withholding Info
    8. Transactional Business Intelligence for Payroll
        1. Location Costing in Payroll Costing Setup Details Subject Area
  5. IMPORTANT Actions and Considerations for Payroll
    1. Payroll for Mexico

April Maintenance Pack for 24A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Module Feature Notes
29 MAR 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Legislative Changes for Scotland for Tax Year 2024-25

Updated document. Delivered new feature in update 24A.

20 MAR 2024     Created initial document.

The table includes a chronological listing of document changes.

Overview

HAVE AN IDEA?

We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our cloud services even better then go ahead and tell us. There are several ways to submit your ideas, for example, through the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. Wherever you see this icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

GIVE US FEEDBACK

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document may include statements about Oracle’s product development plans. Many factors can materially affect Oracle’s product development plans and the nature and timing of future product releases. Accordingly, this Information is provided to you solely for information only, is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Oracle specifically disclaims any liability with respect to this information. Refer to the Legal Notices and Terms of Use for further information.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Features Delivered Enabled

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.

Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Features Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Action is Needed BEFORE Use by End Users
(Features Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Legislative Changes for Scotland for Tax Year 2024-25

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United Kingdom supports country specific features and functions for the United Kingdom. It enables users to follow the United Kingdom's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Legislative Changes for Scotland for Tax Year 2024-25

The Scottish government has announced changes to some of the rates and bands used in the calculation of Scottish Income Tax. The Additional Higher Rate and starting thresholds have been increased. A new Advanced Rate has been introduced.This table summarizes the Scottish income tax bandwidths and percentages effective from April 6, 2024:

Scottish Income Tax Rates and Thresholds

2024-25 Rate Percentage (%)

Range From (in GBP)

Range To (in GBP)
Starter Rate

19

1 2,306
Basic Rate 20 2,307 13,991
Intermediate Rate 21 13992 31,092
Higher Rate 42 31,093 62,430
Advanced Rate 45 62,431 125,140
Additional Higher Rate 48 Over 125,140 -

Stay compliant with legislative changes introduced for the tax year 2024-25 including prescribed threshold updates and percentage changes for Scottish Income Tax from 6 April 2024.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

For more information, see Payroll Legislative Updates For Tax Year 2024/2025 [Document 2992380.1].

March Maintenance Pack for 24A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Module Feature Notes
23 FEB 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Real-Time-Information 2024-25, and P60 for 2023-24

Updated document. Feature delivered in update 24A.

23 FEB 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

National Insurance for Investment Zones

Updated document. Feature delivered in update 24A.

23 FEB 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Legislative Changes for rUK and Wales for Tax Year 2024-25

Updated document. Feature delivered in update 24A.

12 FEB 2024     Created initial document.

The table includes a chronological listing of document changes.

Overview

HAVE AN IDEA?

We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our cloud services even better then go ahead and tell us. There are several ways to submit your ideas, for example, through the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. Wherever you see this icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

GIVE US FEEDBACK

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document may include statements about Oracle’s product development plans. Many factors can materially affect Oracle’s product development plans and the nature and timing of future product releases. Accordingly, this Information is provided to you solely for information only, is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Oracle specifically disclaims any liability with respect to this information. Refer to the Legal Notices and Terms of Use for further information.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.


Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Customer Must Take Action before Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Legislative Changes for rUK and Wales for Tax Year 2024-25

National Insurance for Investment Zones

Real-Time-Information 2024-25, and P60 for 2023-24

Payrolling of Benefits-in-Kind 2024-25, and P11D 2023-24

The table lists a summary of the features included in the document, specifying also for each feature if it's ready for use by end users, and if customer's must take an action before using.

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United Kingdom supports country specific features and functions for the United Kingdom. It enables users to follow the United Kingdom's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Legislative Changes for rUK and Wales for Tax Year 2024-25

PAYE

rUK Rates of Income Tax and Thresholds

The thresholds and rates used in the calculation of PAYE for rUK for the tax year 2024-25 remain unchanged and are the same rates used for 2023-24.

Welsh Rates of Income Tax

There are no additional changes for Wales for 2024-25.

Note: Scottish Income Tax isn't included in this monthly update.

Statutory Payments

Statutory payments for the tax year 2024-25 are as follows:

Statutory Payment Type

Weekly Amount 2024-25

Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)

£116.75 for sickness absence on or after April 6, 2024

Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP)

£184.03 for payment weeks starting on or after April 7, 2024

Statutory Adoption Pay (SAP)

£184.03 for payment weeks starting on or after April 7, 2024

Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP)

£184.03 for payment weeks starting on or after April 7, 2024

Statutory Shared Parental Pay (ShPP)

£184.03 for payment weeks starting on or after April 7, 2024

Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay (SPBP)

£184.03 for payment weeks starting on or after April 7, 2024

Student Loans and Postgraduate Loans

The annual thresholds used to calculate Plan 1 and Plan 4 Student Loan deductions are increasing from April 6, 2024.

Loan Type

Annual Threshold

2024-25

Rate (%) 2

024-25

Plan 1

£24,990

9

Plan 4 (Scotland)

£31,395

9

Stay compliant with legislative changes introduced for the tax year 2024-25. This includes the prescribed changes to rates, thresholds and percentages for Income Tax, National Insurance categories and deductions, and all other changes that will be effective for rUK, and Wales from April 6, 2024.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

Payroll Legislative Updates For Tax Year 2024/2025 [Document 2992380.1]

National Insurance for Investment Zones

National Insurance – Thresholds

There is a new threshold introduced for Investment Zone employees (IZUST).

Threshold/Limit 2024-25

Weekly 2-Weekly 4-Weekly Monthly Annual

Investment Zone Upper Secondary threshold (IZUST)

£481

£962

£1,924

£2,083

£25,000

National Insurance – Rates

A new rate has been introduced for Investment Zone employees.

National Insurance - Employer 2024-25 (%)
Standard Rate 13.8

Reduced Under 21 up to UST

0

Apprentice Under Age 25 up to AUST

0

Freeport up to FUST

0

Investment Zone up to IZUST

0

Veteran up to VUST

0

National Insurance – Investment Zones

From April 6, 2024, NI categories are available for employees identified as primarily employed in an investment zone. These categories when given to employees qualify for employer’s NI relief.

NI Category Description
N

Investment zone standard rate contributions

E

Investment zone reduced rate contributions

D

Investment zone deferred contributions where a deferment certificate is held

K

Investment zone employer only contributions

Use the four new NI categories that come into effect from April 6, 2024 for Investment Zones. The NI categories N, E, D, and K apply to employees identified as primarily employed in an Investment Zone area. This ensures that the employer NI relief is applied for your organization.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

Payroll Legislative Updates For Tax Year 2024/2025 [Document 2992380.1]

Real-Time-Information 2024-25, and P60 for 2023-24

Real-Time-Information (RTI) legislative updates include changes to the XML file output to reflect the new tax year 2024-25 for Full Payment Submission (FPS) and Employer Payment Summary (EPS).

A new process for Full Payment Submission (FPS) is available for payments made from 6 April 2024 onward:

  • Run Full Payment Submission for Tax Year Ending April 2025

Here's the process for Employer Payment Summary:

  • Run EPS
    • You need to use this for submitting tax year 2024-25 and from year 2022-23 onward
    • You should not use this for a tax year prior to 2022-23
  • Run Employer Payment Summary for Tax Year Ending April 20NN
    • You need to use this for tax years prior to 2022-23

P60

You can use the updated templates provided for the tax year 2023-24 to generate and issue P60 End-of-Year Statement to your employees.

  • eP60 - Online
  • Plain Paper
  • Type LE(P)

Comply with the Real-Time-Information (RTI) reporting requirements to HMRC using the newly delivered processes for Full Payment Submission (FPS) and Employer Payment Summary (EPS) for the tax year ending April 2024. These processes are updated to reflect the reporting changes required for the new tax year.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Payrolling of Benefits-in-Kind 2024-25, and P11D 2023-24

Benefits Processed in Payroll 2024-25

As part of the legislative changes for benefits processed in payroll for the year 2024-25, the following apply to the tax year starting 06 April 2024, and remain unchanged from the previous tax year:

  • Cars with Approved CO2 Emissions figure
  • Cars without Approved CO2 Emissions figure
  • Cars registered before 1 January 1998
  • Car fuel benefit - remains at £27,800
  • Van benefit - remains at £3,960
  • Van fuel benefit - remains at £757
    • Zero emission vans have fuel benefit remains set to 0 where the van benefit is 0

The calculation of reduction for unavailability will use 365 as the number of days in the tax year as 2025 is not a leap year.

P11D Expenses and Benefits Statement and Working Sheets 2023-24

Leap Year - The calculation of reduction for unavailability will use 366 as the number of days in the tax year as 2024 is a leap year.

Templates - The templates have been revised to reflect the changes to tax year references for the Expenses and  Benefits statements as well as all working sheets:

  • Expenses and Benefits Statement - no longer accepted in paper format by HMRC therefore:
    • The text has been changed to reflect a more appropriate text in the Employers section 
    • The return address for HMRC has also been removed
    • Software vendors will no longer be required to conform to the layout of the P11D Expenses and Benefits statement, however the format in Fusion HCM Payroll has been retained with the above minor changes only
  • Working Sheet 1
    • Official rate of interest on 6 April for Living Accommodation is set at 2.25%.
  • Working Sheet 2
    • Cars with approved Co2 emissions remains unchanged
    • Cars without approved Co2 emissions remains unchanged
    • Car fuel benefit increased to £27,800
    • Cars registered before 1 January 1998 percentage to be applied remains unchanged
  • Working Sheet 3
    • Vans and Van fuel benefit
      • Standard van benefit available for private use is now £3,960
      • Benefit for zero emissions vans is set at 0
      • Vans not capable of producing CO2 emissions is currently nil
      • Van fuel benefit multiplier is greater of £757 and the foregone amount of the fuel
      • Zero emission vans have fuel benefit set to 0 where the benefit is 0
  • Working Sheet 4
    • Average official rate of interest - Interest free & low interest loans set to 2.25% for calculation of taxable benefit value

Employee Title Validation

The validation on the employee title is more restrictive than that of RTI. As a result, if the title doesn't meet the P11D HMRC validation, the validation rules will exclude the title from the XML file to allow the submission of P11D/P11D(b) without failing.

XML File Changes

XML output file created for submission has been changed to reflect all the 2023-24 headers and relevant records, as required.

P11D(b) 2023-24

The rates used in the calculation if Class 1A NI is set to the same value as the rate for secondary (Employers) Class 1 NI (at 13.8%) for the tax year 2023-24.

Provide accurate taxable amounts during the year 2024-25 to your employees who have benefits-in-kind processed through payroll. The applicable rates, benefit costs, and other related amounts that will apply from April 2024 are included.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

For complete details on the Legislative updates and CO2 emission percentages, see Payroll Legislative Updates For Tax Year 2024/2025.

February Maintenance Pack for 24A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Module Feature Notes
26 JAN 2024 Global Payroll

Pensions Automatic Enrolment:  New Tasks to Stop Duplicate Payroll Run

Updated document. Feature delivered in update 24A.

12 DEC 2023     Created initial document.

Overview

HAVE AN IDEA?

We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our cloud services even better then go ahead and tell us. There are several ways to submit your ideas, for example, through the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. Wherever you see this icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

GIVE US FEEDBACK

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document may include statements about Oracle’s product development plans. Many factors can materially affect Oracle’s product development plans and the nature and timing of future product releases. Accordingly, this Information is provided to you solely for information only, is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Oracle specifically disclaims any liability with respect to this information. Refer to the Legal Notices and Terms of Use for further information.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.

Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Customer Must Take Action before Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Pensions Automatic Enrolment: New Tasks to Stop Duplicate Payroll Run

Payroll for the United States

Employee Self Service Tax Withholding Page Enhancement for Redwood Experience

Payroll

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United Kingdom supports country specific features and functions for the United Kingdom. It enables users to follow the United Kingdom's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Pensions Automatic Enrolment: New Tasks to Stop Duplicate Payroll Run

View Payroll Rollback Errors

You can use this task to check for any employees for whom the rollback of Payroll Assessment Run didn't complete successfully. It provides alerts and generates a log file showing the count of these employees.

To roll back the payroll run, go to Person Results and select the relevant employees.

Run Errors and Warnings Report

In this report, you can view the error messages from the task including the employees for whom payroll wasn't rolled back successfully.

Use the new tasks to ensure that duplicate payroll can't be run for the same period, and prevent issues faced in the day-to-day payroll administration processes.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Payroll for the United States

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United States supports country specific features and functions for the United States. It enables users to follow the United States business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Employee Self Service Tax Withholding Page Enhancement for Redwood Experience

Your employees will find it easier to see and update their tax withholding info now that the Employee Self Service Tax Withholding page has been recreated for the Redwood experience.

  • This page has separate tabs for Federal and Regional info.  Each provides full details by default, so there's no need to open or close sections.

  • Employees with multiple tax cards can switch cards at the top of the page.

  • Required fields display Required next to them when in Edit mode.

  • The deep link now takes employees to their self service tax withholding landing page:  Oracle Menu > Tools > Deep Links > Tax Withholding.

This feature makes it easier for employees to view and update their tax withholding info.

Steps to Enable

To enable the enhanced page:

  1. Start the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.

  2. Search for and select the ORA_PAY_CALCULATION_CARD_VBCS_ENABLED profile option.

  3. Select Yes in Profile Value.

  4. Click Save and Close.

  5. Add roles to people with custom employee types.

People with the predefined Employee role automatically have access to this page.

If you have a custom employee role, add these duty roles to it.

  • Role with US Employee Portrait Gallery display name

  • Update US W-4 privilege

For further info, see Employee (Abstract Role) in the Help Center.

Tips And Considerations

You must have enabled the Redwood Experience UI.  To enable any Redwood page, set the ORA_HCM_VBCS_PWA_ENABLED (Enable VBCS Progressive Web Application User Interfaces across HCM application) central profile option to Y.

Key Resources

For more info on United States Employee Tax Withholding, refer to these topics in the Oracle Help Center:

For more info on extending Redwood pages in HCM, refer to this feature announcement in the Oracle Help Center.

For information on extending HCM Redwood Applications: 24A: Extending HCM Redwood Applications Using Visual Builder Studio guide

Update 24A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Module Feature Notes
26 APR 2024

Global Payroll

Search for a Bank Using the Branch Identifier on the Personal Payment Method Page

Updated document. Revised feature information.

29 MAR 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Redwood Experience for New Starter Declaration for Self-Service Users

Updated document. Revised feature information.

29 MAR 2024

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Redwood Experience for Pension Scheme Enrolment for Self-Service Users

Updated document. Revised feature information.

29 MAR 2024 Global Payroll Secure Elements through HCM Data Roles

Updated document. Revised feature information.

01 MAR 2024

Global Payroll

Tax Overrides for a Legislative Data Group

Updated document. Revised feature information.

23 FEB 2024 Global Payroll

Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users

Updated document. Revised feature information.

26 JAN 2024 Global Payroll

Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users: Contextual Journey Support

Updated document. Revised feature information.

26 JAN 2024 Global Payroll

Secure Elements through HCM Data Roles

Updated document. Revised feature information.

05 JAN 2024

Global Payroll

Redwood Experience for Balance by Date

Updated document. Revised feature information.

05 JAN 2024

Global Payroll

Redwood Experience for Run Results

Updated document. Revised feature information.

05 JAN 2024

Global Payroll

Redwood Payslip Bar Chart Enhancement

Delivered new feature in update 24A.

05 JAN 2024

Global Payroll

Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update Feature

Delivered new feature in update 24A.

01 DEC 2023     Created initial document.

Overview

HCM Cloud applications have two types of patches you can receive that are documented in this What’s New:

  • Release Updates (24A, 24B, 24C, and 24D)
  • Optional Monthly Maintenance Packs to each update

It is important for you to know what Release Update your environment is on. You can find this in your Cloud Portal.

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We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our products better, please let us know. To enter an idea go to the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. In this document wherever you see the light bulb icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

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Suggested Reading for all HCM Products:

  • HCM Common What's New - In this What's New you will find feature that are used across applications.
  • Human Resources What’s New – In the Global Human Resources section you will find features on the base application in which other application are built upon.

NOTE: Not all Global Human Resource features are available for Talent and Compensation products.

  • Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1). These documents identify bug fixes and possible known issues. You will also need to review these documents based in the release update version you are currently on or will be moving to.
  • Oracle Help Center – Here you will find guides, videos and searchable help.
  • Release Readiness – New Feature Summary, What’s New, Feature Listing Spreadsheet, Spotlights and Release Training.

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Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.

Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Customer Must Take Action before Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Payroll

Global Payroll

Tax Overrides for a Legislative Data Group

Value Definitions and Range Items: Model Changes

Support for Updating Absence Entered on Time Card

Secure Elements through HCM Data Roles

Payroll Costing Integration With Labor Distribution

Correct the Status of a Cancelled Flow

Search for a Bank Using the Branch Identifier on the Personal Payment Method Page

Oracle Payroll Core

Redwood Payslip Bar Chart Enhancement

Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update Feature

Redwood Experience

Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users

Redwood Experience for Balance by Date

Redwood Experience for Run Results

Payroll for Canada

Multi-threading for Employment Equity Statutory Reporting

Payroll for China

Removed the Years of Service Rule Setup Check for Severance Payment Tax Calculation in the Validation Report

Exclude Public Holidays in Absence Duration Calculation

Payroll for India

Payroll Data Validation Report

Employee State Insurance Monthly Contribution Return Report

Simplified Payroll Flow for India

Year End Process - Digitally Signed Form 16

Payroll for Oman

Social Insurance Enhancements

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Issue P45 when Final Pay In or After Termination Period

MyCSP Statutory Updates 2023

Redwood Experience for United Kingdom Payroll

Redwood Experience for New Starter Declaration for Self-Service Users

Redwood Experience for Pension Scheme Enrolment for Self-Service Users

Payroll for the United States

HDL Support for Employee Tax Withholding Info

Transactional Business Intelligence for Payroll

Location Costing in Payroll Costing Setup Details Subject Area

IMPORTANT Actions and Considerations for Payroll

Payroll for Mexico

Payroll

Global Payroll

Oracle Global Payroll is a high-performance, graphical, rules-based payroll management application. It’s designed to keep pace with the changing needs of your enterprise and workforce in order to reduce setup costs, administration, and processing time. It operates globally and consistently in every country supported by Oracle. It uses a highly scalable processing engine that takes advantage of the features of the Oracle database for parallel processing, resulting in optimal performance. In countries with payroll extensions delivered and supported by Oracle, the application delivers the calculations, tax reporting, and regulatory rules required to accurately process payroll and remain in compliance.

Tax Overrides for a Legislative Data Group

Override the calculation values defined for your legislation at the Legislative Data Group (LDG) level. The LDG overrides you enter on the Value Definition page are now only active between the start and end dates you specify. When the override expires, the calculation values defined for your legislation will again be used for payroll calculation purposes.

The type of value definitions that support the entry of overrides for an LDG vary by country or territory.

This feature enhances the existing Value Definition LDG override functionality to support date-effective updates. 

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Value Definitions and Range Items: Model Changes

Retrieve information for value definitions and range items using the supplied database views.

The model for value definitions and range items has been updated to deliver performance enhancements for high volume payroll processes and reports. In Update 24A, all data for value definitions and range items has been migrated to the new model. As communicated previously in Update 23D, a number of database views are available to support these model changes. These are stored queries that derive data from the value definition and range item tables. The views are designed to support the retrieval of data held in the original model or the new model.

Here are the database views:

Table View View Description

PAY_RANGE_ITEMS_F

PAY_RANGE_DEFS_V

Retrieves definition (set-up) details for the range item.

PAY_RANGE_ITEMS_F

PAY_RANGE_INST_V

Retrieves range item details for an individual employee. This includes employee level overrides such as tax overrides.

PAY_VALUE_DEFINITIONS_F

PAY_VALUE_DEFS_V

Retrieves details of a value definition. For example, retrieve set-up details for a value definition such as a timecard, absence, pension, or tax definition.

PAY_VALUE_DEFINITIONS_F

PAY_VALUE_INSTANCES_V

Retrieves value definition details for an individual employee.

It's highly recommended that you update all user defined features to use these new views. For example, all Value Sets and Business Intelligence Publisher (BI Publisher) reports that retrieve information directly from the PAY_VALUE_DEFINITIONS_F or PAY_RANGE_ITEMS_F tables should be updated to use these views.

This feature provides performance enhancements for high volume payroll processes and reports.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

NOTE: If you continue retrieving value definitions and range items directly from the tables, you may notice a degradation in performance due to the model changes delivered in Update 24A.  For this reason, it's highly recommended that you uptake the new view objects (VOs), if you have not done so already. This is particularly important for features that are time sensitive, such as the BI Publisher reports that are run during your company's critical payroll processing window.

Support for Updating Absence Entered on Time Card

Load only the updated absence entitlement information into the Payroll application, when you update an absence entitlement record that's entered on a time card using Oracle Time and Labor. The update mode for the interface process replaces only the daily entries with modifications, without impacting the other absence entries or calculation cards.

This enhancement reduces the number of absence and element entries created when an absence is updated. As a result, it also reduces the volume and complexity of retropay processing for absence changes.

Steps to Enable

  1. Set the profile option ORA_PAY_INTFC_ABSENCE_IN_PLACE_UPDATE to Yes. By default, the profile option is set to No, which means that absence records are deleted and recreated when updated absence information is loaded. To disable this action, set the profile option to Yes. so that only the updated absence information is passed to Payroll.
  2. When absence information is loaded into the Payroll application, the details including costing, are held in the calculation information tables. Expand the retropay event group to include changes to these absence details.
    1. Navigate to My Client Groups and select the Event Group task.
    2. Add the Calculation Range Item entity to the Entry Change for Retro event group for each type of update such as correction, insert, remove. 
  3. Take the same action if you have defined your own event group for retropay purposes.

Tips And Considerations

As a prerequisite, calculation range item should be added to the retro event group with the ORA_PAY_INTFC_ABSENCE_IN_PLACE_UPDATE profile option set to Yes.

In Absence Management, this feature is controlled using the ANC_TM_NEW_INTG_ENABLE lookup, in addition to the ORA_PAY_INTFC_ABSENCE_IN_PLACE_UPDATE profile option.

Key Resources

For more information, see the "Calculation Entries" chapter in the Administering Global Payroll guide.

Secure Elements through HCM Data Roles

You can now secure and limit access to elements using the HCM Data Roles and the new Element Security Profiles task flow. When you navigate to the Manage Element Entries page, the elements you can manage is restricted to those in your element security profile. You can enter, view, and edit certain earnings and deductions elements that are meant for your respective usage.

For example, a Benefits user can now restrict their access to only the voluntary and pre-tax deductions, but not the regular and supplemental earnings. You can now define an element security profile to include only voluntary and pre-tax deduction elements and attach it to the Benefits Administrator data role.

The Element Security Profile restriction applies to these payroll features:

  • Manage Element Entries (both Manage and View-only)
  • Manage Calculation Entries – Standard Entries only
  • Use REST Service – Element Entries
  • Use REST Service – Element Entries Read Only
  • HSDL – Element Entry
  • HDSL – Element Entry with Costing
  • Quick Pay

It also applies to the following Benefits feature:

  • View Payroll Info under the Enrollment section of the Benefits Summary page.

NOTE: None of the other features are secured by Element Security Profile.

This feature includes these changes:

  • A new Element Security Profile page.
  • A new predefined View All Elements security profile.
  • A new Element Security Profile selection under Security Criteria when you create or edit a Data Role on the HCM Data Roles and Security Profiles page.
  • A new Element sub-train stop on the Assign Security Profiles to Role page.
  • Support for the new profile under Preview HCM Data Security page.
  • A new parameter for the element security profile in the Regenerate Data Security Profiles scheduled process. 
  • Data roles migration support.

For example, when you create a data role referencing the Benefits Specialist job role, you now see an Element section on the Create Data Role: Security Criteria page. From this section, you can either select an existing element security profile or create one for the data role.

By default, all your existing data roles are automatically updated with the View All Elements element security profile as part of the post-upgrade process. If you don’t wish to enable this feature, there’s no further action for you to take.

Create an Element Security Profile

Complete these steps to create an element security profile.

  1. Navigate to My Client Groups -> Show More-> Payroll and select the Element Security Profile quick action.
  2. Click the Add icon to create an Element Security Profile.
  3. Enter a Name for the profile and select the Enabled check box.
  4. Select a Legislative Data Group.

Once you select an LDG, the element classifications applicable to the LDG gets populated in the Classifications region.

Element Security Profile

5.  Select the classifications you want to include in the security profile. All elements within the selected classifications are automatically included.

In this example, all elements with the primary classification of Pretax Deductions and Voluntary Deductions are included in the security profile.

Include or Exclude Individual Elements

As mentioned earlier, once you select an LDG on the Element Security Profile page and select the required primary classifications, all elements within the selected primary classifications are automatically included in the element security profile. However, if required, you can exclude some elements from the selected classifications, or include some elements from a classification you have not selected. Complete these steps to include or exclude individual elements.

  1. Click the Add icon in the Elements section on the Element Security Profile page.
  2. Search for the elements you want to include or exclude. For example, search for these elements:
  • Search for the PM YS Dependent Life element under Voluntary Deductions primary classification.
  • Search for the PM US Imputed GU Award element under Taxable Benefits primary classification.

The Inclusion Status is automatically populated as follows:

  • If the primary classification of the selected element is included in the profile, the inclusion status is set to Exclude.
  • If the primary classification is excluded from the profile, the inclusion status is set to Include.

In this example, the security profile includes these elements:

  • All elements with primary classification of Pretax Deductions.
  • All elements with primary classification of Voluntary Deduction except the PM YS Dependent Life element.
  • PM US Imputed GU Award element with primary classification of Taxable Benefits.

Element Security Profile - Element Classifications

8. Click Save and Close. The Element Security Profile is saved.

NOTE: You can include multiple LDGs within a security profile. Each LDG must have at least one classification or element included.

Add an Element Security Profile to a Data Role

After you create an Element Security Profile, you must add it to a Data Role. By default, for all existing data roles, the Element Security Profile is populated with View All Elements. You can add an Element Security Profile to a Data Role by any of the methods given here.

1. Add an Existing Element Security Profile

Follow these steps to add an existing Element Security Profile and restrict elements for a specific data role.

  1. Navigate to My Client Groups -> Show More-> Workforce Structures Payroll and select the Data Roles and Security Profiles quick action.
  2. Search and select the Data Role and click Edit.
  3. Select an existing profile in the Element Security Profile field.

2. Edit a Data Role and Create an Element Security Profile

You can also create a new Element Security Profile to the Data Role you are editing.

  1. Navigate to My Client Groups -> Show More-> Workforce Structures Payroll and select the Data Roles and Security Profiles quick action.
  2. Search and select the Data Role and click Edit.
  3. Select Create New in the Element Security Profile field.
  4. Enter the name of the profile in the Name field.

Create Data Role

3. Use the Element Tab and Create an Element Security Profile

Follow these steps to create an Element Security Profile using the Element Tab.

  1. Navigate to My Client Groups -> Show More-> Workforce Structures Payroll and select the Data Roles and Security Profiles quick action.
  2. Search and select the Data Role and click Edit.
  3. Click Next and select all the security profiles.
  4. Click Next. Click the Element tab.
  5. Select Create New in the Element Security Profile field.
  6. Enter the name of the profile in the Name field.

Create Element Security Profile

You can now restrict access to certain elements based on your organizational business needs.

Steps to Enable

  • Run the Regenerate Data Security Profiles and Grants job set.

  • By default, all your existing data roles are automatically updated with the View All Elements element security profile as part of the post-upgrade process. If you don’t wish to enable this feature, there’s no further action for you to take. 

  • You can take advantage of this new functionality by defining more restrictive element security profiles. You can create a new Element Security Profile to include or exclude elements as per your specific requirements and add this profile to a specific data role.

Tips And Considerations

  • For backward compatibility after the Update 24A upgrade, the default behavior will continue to have View All access to the elements.

  • When upgrading to Update 24A, the Regenerate Data Security Profiles and Grants job set will be run; you should verify it ran successfully. You should see that the View All default value appears on your data roles after upgrading.

  • If you have any automated test cases that try to edit a role or create a new data role based on impacted job roles, you must populate the element security profile value.

  • LDG security and Element Security Profile are independent of each other. When you implement both LDG and Element Security Profile, ensure that the LDG included in the Element Security Profile is also included in the LDG security profile.

  • Predefined statutory deduction elements exist for a legislation. If you have multiple LDGs within a single legislation, as long as you include the statutory deduction elements for one of the LDGs, they will be available for all LDGs within the same legislation.

  • Manage Elements is also secured based on the user Element Security Profile. When the security profile is based on primary classifications, you can only create elements with those primary classifications. Under Element Summary, Run Types, Balance Feeds, Status Processing Rules, and Autoindirect rules only shows the elements in your Element Security Profile. Similarly, when creating new records, the element list of value is restricted.

  • Element entries displayed on the Quick Pay page are restricted based on the user element security profile. However, all elements are processed when submitting the Quick Pay.

Key Resources

Access Requirements

To use this feature, you need these job roles:

Job Role Name and Code:

  • Application Implementation Consultant (ORA_ASM_APPLICATION_IMPLEMENTATION_CONSULTANT_JOB)
  • Benefits Administrator (ORA_BEN_BENEFITS_ADMINISTRATOR_JOB)
  • Benefits Manager (ORA_BEN_BENEFITS_MANAGER_JOB)
  • Benefits Specialist (ORA_BEN_BENEFITS_SPECIALIST_JOB)
  • Compensation Administrator (ORA_CMP_COMPENSATION_ADMINISTRATOR_JOB)
  • Human Capital Management Application Administrator (ORA_HRC_HUMAN_CAPITAL_MANAGEMENT_APPLICATION_ADMINISTRATOR_JOB)
  • Human Capital Management Integration Specialist (ORA_HRC_HUMAN_CAPITAL_MANAGEMENT_INTEGRATION_SPECIALIST_JOB)
  • Human Resource Analyst (ORA_PER_HUMAN_RESOURCE_ANALYST_JOB)
  • Human Resource Manager (ORA_PER_HUMAN_RESOURCE_MANAGER_JOB)
  • Human Resource Specialist (ORA_PER_HUMAN_RESOURCE_SPECIALIST_JOB)
  • Payroll Administrator (ORA_PAY_PAYROLL_ADMINISTRATOR_JOB)
  • Payroll Manager (ORA_PAY_PAYROLL_MANAGER_JOB)

Payroll Costing Integration With Labor Distribution

You can now distribute payroll cost results to the Project Financial Management offering using labor schedules.

Use the Import Payroll Costs process to import the payroll costs results after they have been transferred to subledger accounting and properly accounted. View the import status for each payroll cost, using the process results summary and person result pages. If costs have been imported to projects but payments haven't been issued, you can run the Reverse Transfer to Subledger Accounting process, and correct the payroll run. The Reverse Transfer to Subledger Accounting process reverses the previous subledger accounting entries. Project financial management users can import the reversed costs into projects after the flow in payroll is complete. You must run the Create Accounting process in Final mode to post both the original and reversed entries to the general ledger. When these steps are complete, you can correct the payroll run.

Distribute payroll costs using the labor schedule defined for the employee. With the Import Payroll Costs process, transfer payroll costs directly to Project Financial Management. View distribution status of the payroll costs are available using Process Result Summary and Person Result pages.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

For more information, refer to the Labor Distribution section of the Using Project Costing guide in Oracle Help Center.

Correct the Status of a Cancelled Flow

When you submit a flow, the status of the flow changes to ‘In Progress’. Subsequently when you cancel a flow task, the cancel action changes the flow task status to either Completed with Alerts or Critical Alerts depending on whether the task was partially completed, or the job didn't produce any results.

Sometimes the Cancel action doesn’t cancel the flow task and the flow continues to be in the ‘In Progress’ status. The flow doesn’t progress and doesn’t allow you to take any action.

In such a scenario, if you are a task owner, you can manually recover the correct status of the flow in the checklist page. You are shown a warning message to manually update the correct status of the task. The status of the task then changes to either Completed with Alerts or Critical Alerts depending on the task results. You can then change the flow to Mark for Retry or Roll Back.

If you don't manually update the canceled task, the task status remains as In Progress even though the flow has been canceled.

Manually recover a flow that is in 'In Progress' state and doesn't progress further.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Search for a Bank Using the Branch Identifier on the Personal Payment Method Page

You can now search for a bank using the branch identifier on the personal payment method page. This feature is available for all customers that preload bank branch information and have enabled the Use Existing Banks and Branches Cash Management profile option. When you create a bank account for a country that has the branch identifier attribute enabled, you have a check box that allows you to either search by the branch identifier or search by the bank and branch.

If you are in a country where the branch identifier is mandatory and you have this feature enabled, the checkbox is selected by default. You can use the checkbox to decide if you want to search by the branch identifier and default the name of the bank and branch. By deselecting the checkbox, you can search by the bank and branch. For example, the routing number is the branch identifier for the US. You can use the routing number to search for the bank and branch when the checkbox is selected.

If you are in a country where the branch identifier is optional, and you have this feature enabled, the checkbox is deselected by default. You can use the checkbox to decide if you want to search by the branch identifier that has been preloaded along with the bank and branch information.

NOTE: For information on this feature in the Redwood Personal Payment Method page, refer to the 24A feature Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users.

Search for a bank by its branch identifier when associating it to a personal payment method.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

For more information, refer to the 24A feature Employee Bank Account Creation Using a Unique Bank Identifier in the Financials: Payables and Expenses What's New product area.

For information on this feature in the Redwood Personal Payment Method page, refer to the 24A feature Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users in the Payroll What's New product area.

Oracle Payroll Core

Oracle Payroll Core is a high-performance, graphical, rules-based payroll management application. It’s designed to keep pace with the changing needs of your enterprise and workforce to reduce setup costs, administration, and processing time. It uses a highly scalable processing engine that takes advantage of the features of the Oracle database for parallel processing, resulting in optimal performance.  It enables the automation and integration of countries with minimal legislative requirements where Oracle does not provide payroll extensions. In these countries payroll extensions are configured and maintained by local partners with country specific expertise.

The countries in which Payroll Core is available include:

  • Bahamas
  • Egypt
  • Jordan
  • Kenya
  • Philippines
  • Singapore

This features allows you to extend payroll to some additional countries that Oracle does not deliver.

Steps to Enable

You will need to follow the setups for Global Payroll for these countries.

Redwood Payslip Bar Chart Enhancement

The bar chart now displays history details for 4 payslips on the earnings and deduction tabs. When you hide the pie chart, the size of the bar chart is expanded to the full width of the region.

Note: A pie-chart can't display negative values such as a salary or absence deduction. As a result, the information displayed on the pie chart doesn't match the earnings and deductions listed in the earnings and deduction regions. For this reason, it's recommended that you hide the pie chart on the payslip page.

View payslip history details for 4 payroll periods. The bar charts on the payslip earnings and deduction tabs now display details for 4 payslips.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

The redesigned payslip page is available by default when the ORA_HCM_VBCS_PWA_ENABLED profile is enabled. However, if you want to disable the redesigned Redwood payslip page and want to view the earlier version of the payslip pages, use the ORA_PAY_PAYSLIPS_REDWOOD_ENABLED profile option to disable the redesigned Redwood payslips page.

Key Resources

For more information on the redesigned, Redwood payslip page, refer to the What's New content for the Redwood Experience for Payslips feature published in the 23C release.

For more information on extending Redwood pages in HCM, refer to this announcement on the Oracle Help Center.

For more information on enabling Redwood functionality, refer to this on My Oracle Support document located on the All Fusion HCM Cloud Product Papers (Doc ID 1504483.1):

Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update Feature

You can now load absence and time card updates to the Payroll application for all absence and time elements created prior to Update 22D (Support for Time Updates In Payroll: Upgrade Time Elements) and Update 23C (Update Existing Absence Entitlement Records in Payroll). Absence and time card information from Time and Labor or a third-party time and absence product can be loaded into the Payroll application for payment.

This enhancement lets you send only the updated absence and time information to the Payroll application, whenever you make any changes to the absence and time card.

Steps to Enable

  1. Upgrade your absence and time elements using the Run Feature Upgrade payroll flow.
  2. In the Feature field, select Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update Feature.
  3. Optionally, you can select a Process Configuration Group.
  4. Enter the name of your absence and time element to be updated in the Additional Information field. Alternatively, you can enter % to run the upgrade process for all your absence and time elements. 

Tips And Considerations

NOTE: When you upgrade your time elements using the Run Feature Upgrade feature delivered in 22D, you should now use the Upgrade Absence or Time Element for Update feature.

Key Resources

For more information, see the following What's New documents:

Redwood Experience

These pages or flows have been recreated in the Redwood tool set Visual Builder Studio (VB Studio) to improve your user experience. The pages or flows look and act like Redwood pages or flows, to help create cohesiveness through the application.

Redwood Experience for Personal Payment Methods for Self-Service Users

You can now use the new Redwood personal payment method page to view and manage personal payment methods.

Navigate to Me > Pay > Payment Methods page for the following Redwood experience:

  • An overview of payment method using a card layout.
  • A summary of the payment method information on each card, such as payment method name, payment amount, and bank details if applicable.
  • Panel drawer experience to view payment method details, such as bank information, if applicable.
  • Ability to create a payment method and associated bank account in the same transaction.
  • Reorder payment methods to change the order they are processed when they start and end on the same date.

Use the new Redwood personal payment method page to search for a bank by its branch identifier for US,UK and CA when associating bank account to the payment method. Refer the Steps to Enable section for steps.

Features available only by extending the functionality of this page:

  • Create exception payment methods to have certain earnings paid to a different bank account is available.
  • Enforce double entry of bank account information to verify the details are correct and prevent keying errors is available.

Use the refactored Redwood personal payment methods page for self-service users to quickly view and manage personal payment methods. Search for this page from Ask Oracle and enable guided journeys or nudges.

Steps to Enable

In order to enable any of the Redwood pages, the central profile option ORA_HCM_VBCS_PWA_ENABLED (Enable VBCS Progressive Web Application User Interfaces across HCM application) needs to be set to Y.

Enable the redesigned Redwood Payment Method page follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance area and search for the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. On the Manage Administrator Profile Values page, search for and select the ORA_PAY_MY_PAYMENT_METHODS_REDWOOD_ENABLED profile option.
  3. Select Yes in the Profile Value field.
  4. Click Save and Close.

NOTE: You must reconfigure all functionality and feature extensions after this update, such as the ability to create exception payment methods or double entry of bank account information, even if they were previously configured.

Enable the search for bank using branch identifier by following these steps:

NOTE: This feature works only when the CE_USE_EXISTING_BANK_BRANCH profile option is set to ‘Yes’ and the country is US, UK or CA. If the CE_USE_EXISTING_BANK_BRANCH option is set to ‘No’, employee can create the bank account by entering the routing number or sort code manually.

  1. In the Setup and Maintenance work area, go to the Manage Standard Lookups task.
  2. Search for the lookup type ORA_IBY_CONTROLLED_FEATURES.
  3. For the lookup type ORA_IBY_CONTROLLED_FEATURES, create a lookup code with the following details:
    • Lookup Code: IBY_BRANCH_NUM_SELECTION    
    • Meaning: Routing Number and Sort Code LOV    
    • Description: Routing Number and Sort Code LOV    
    • Enabled: Select the check box.
  4. Click Save and Close.

Tips And Considerations

Key Resources

For more information on personal payment methods, refer to these guides in the Oracle Help Center:

  • Implementing Global Payroll
  • Administering Global Payroll

For more information on enabling Redwood functionality, refer to this on My Oracle Support document located on the All Fusion HCM Cloud Product Papers (Doc ID 1504483.1):

For more information on extending Redwood pages in HCM, refer to this feature announcement in the Oracle Help Center.

Access Requirements

Your users that are granted the delivered Employee role have access to this page with no additional steps to enable. However, if you have a custom employee role you need to add the following duty roles to your custom employee role:

  • Role with display name Trading Community Data Security Policies for HCM

Add this role ORA_PAY_TRADING_COMMUNITY_DSPS

  • Roles with the display name REST Service - Worker Bank Accounts

Add these 2 roles to grant manage access:

  • ORA_PAY_REST_SERVICE_ACCESS_WORKER_BANK_ACCOUNTS
  • ORA_PAY_REST_SERVICE_ACCESS_WORKER_BANK_ACCOUNTS_FSCM

OR

  • Roles with the display name Use REST Service - Worker Bank Accounts Read Only

Add these 2 roles to grant read only access:

  • ORA_PAY_REST_SERVICE_ACCESS_WORKER_BANK_ACCOUNTS_RO
  • ORA_PAY_REST_SERVICE_ACCESS_WORKER_BANK_ACCOUNTS_RO_FSCM

Redwood Experience for Balance by Date

The Balance by Date page displays balances for an effective date. Since the page calculates and displays balances for an effective date, the page only displays balance dimensions that can be calculated based on a date such as, month-to-date (MTD), period-to-date (PTD), quarter-to-date (QTD), year-to-date (YTD), and inception-to-date (ITD). Unlike the Balance Results page, it doesn't display balances for a specific process and other types of dimensions, such as run balances.

The Balance by Date page has been designed using the Redwood toolkit, giving the page the look of Redwood, along with the backend functionality that Redwood has to offer.

The redesigned page offers you the following:

  • View an employee's balance results for a selected date. This includes results generated for payroll runs such as Calculate Payroll and QuickPay and the balances generated by processes such as Balance Adjustments and Balance Initialization.
  • Use the filter chip option to select filter options that are relevant, such as keywords, field selections, and categories. You can select the required fields from filter drawers even if it isn't displayed. 
  • Use the Include Zero Balances option to exclude or include zero balances. Zero balances are excluded by default. 
  • View the process information like calculation breakdown, tax reporting unit, payroll, and assignment number for a balance. You can also view the balance dimensions and employment level balances, such as balance amounts for a payroll relationship or for an assignment.
  • Use the Context Switcher to view the balances by Balance Group or Balance Name.

  • Use the Download to Excel option to download the balance results to an MS Excel worksheet and further filter and sort as per your requirement.
  • If you view the results by Balance Group, the downloaded results include balance feeds.
  • If you view the results by Balance Name, the downloaded results don't include balance feeds.

Use the Balance by Data page to view balances for a person as of an effective data. Take advantage of all the features that come with the new Redwood Balance by Data page for a more modern feel.

Steps to Enable

Use these steps to enable the redesigned Redwood VBS Balance Results page.

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance area and search for the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. On the Manage Administrator Profile Values page, search for and select the ORA_PAY_PROCESS_RESULT_PAGES_FOR_PERSON_REDWOOD_ENABLED profile option.
  3. In the Profile Values section, click Add.
  4. Specify the level at which the profile value is to be set. Select Site.
  5. Click Save and Close.

Key Resources

For more information on extending Redwood pages in HCM, refer to this announcement on the Oracle Help Center.

For more information on enabling Redwood functionality, refer to this on My Oracle Support document located on the All Fusion HCM Cloud Product Papers (Doc ID 1504483.1):

Redwood Experience for Run Results

The Run Results page has been moved to the Redwood toolkit, giving the page the look of Redwood, along with the backend functionality that Redwood has to offer. With this new page you can quickly view and manage calculated run results from Payroll and QuickPay processes.

You can access the Run Results page by using any of these navigations:

  • Use the Person Results task to directly search for an employee and view the Run Results page.
  • Use the Process Results Summary task to search and select the flow you've submitted and view individual records processed by the flow. Use the Actions menu on an individual record to open the Run Results page of the employee.

The redesigned page offers you the following:

  • Select an element entry and view the calculated run results.
  • If the employee has multiple assignments, use the Assignment field to view the calculated run results at the assignment level.
  • Use the Process field to view the calculated run results of the employee for a previous payroll period. 
  • Use the Statement of Earnings tab on the page to view the calculated results from Payroll and QuickPay processes. 
  • Use the Process Details tab to view details of the process. 
  • Use the Export option to export the calculated run results details into an MS Excel worksheet.
  • Use Expand All or Collapse All to expand or collapse records in the run results table as required.
  • Use operands such as '>' or '<' to search for values greater than or less than a specific amount. You can also search by terms such as 'Tax' to search through the table.

Take advantage of all the features that come with the new Redwood Run Results page for a more modern feel.

Steps to Enable

Use these steps to enable the redesigned Redwood VBS Run Results page.

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance area and search for the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. On the Manage Administrator Profile Values page, search for and select the ORA_PAY_PROCESS_RESULT_PAGES_FOR_PERSON_REDWOOD_ENABLED profile option.
  3. In the Profile Values section, click Add.
  4. Specify the level at which the profile value is to be set. Select Site.
  5. Click Save and Close.

Key Resources

For more information on extending Redwood pages in HCM, refer to this announcement on the Oracle Help Center.

For more information on enabling Redwood functionality, refer to this on My Oracle Support:document located on the All Fusion HCM Cloud Product Papers (Doc ID 1504483.1):

Payroll for Canada

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for Canada supports country specific features and functions for Canada. It enables users to follow Canada's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Multi-threading for Employment Equity Statutory Reporting

The Employment Equity Interface was enhanced to support multi-threaded processing.

This feature improved performance of the Employment Equity Interface.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

For information on configuring and using the feature, please refer to the Optimize Performance of Multi-Thread Processes section of the Implementing Global Payroll guide on the online Help Center.

Key Resources

Refer to these documents for additional information.

Hot Topics Email (To Receive Critical Statutory Legislative Product News)

To receive important Fusion Canada Legislative Product News, you must subscribe to the Hot Topics Email feature available in My Oracle Support.  Refer to the document below on the Canada Information Center for additional information.

https://support.oracle.com/rs?type=doc&id=2102586.2

  • Welcome tab > Other Documents > How To Use My Oracle Support Hot Topics Email Subscription Feature

Payroll for China

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for China supports country specific features and functions for China. It enables users to follow China's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Removed the Years of Service Rule Setup Check for Severance Payment Tax Calculation in the Validation Report

You can now use the updated payroll data validation report, in which we've removed the years of service rule setup check, effective from Jan 1st, 2019, in the severance payment tax calculation. This check is applicable at the payroll statutory unit statutory deduction card level.

To view this report, from the home page navigate to My Client Groups -> Payroll -> Flow Submission and Results -> Submit a Flow -> Run Payroll Data Validation Report.

Leverage the updated Run Payroll Data Validation Report to be inline with the statutory update on severance payment tax calculation, where the years of service is not applicable.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Access Requirements

You can generate this report as a Payroll Manager or a Payroll Administrator.

Exclude Public Holidays in Absence Duration Calculation

You will find it quicker to use the delivered fast formula to exclude the public holidays, when calculating the absence duration. This is applicable for leave types such as child care leave in Suzhou city, as per the current legislative update.

Leverage the delivered fast formula to exclude public holidays, when calculating the absence duration, inline with the legislative updates.

Steps to Enable

To enable this formula:

  1. From the home page, navigate to My Client Groups -> Absences -> Absence Definitions -> Absence Types.
  2. In Absence Types, select the seeded China conversion formula.

Select China Conversion Formula

Access Requirements

As a human resource specialist, you can enable this China conversion formula.

Payroll for India

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for India supports country specific features and functions for India. It enables users to follow India's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Payroll Data Validation Report

You will find it quicker to validate the data using the Payroll Data Validation report to identify any missing data prior to processing the payroll.

The report consists of two regions:

  1. Tax reporting unit data validation area displays the data for the income tax, provident fund, and professional tax.
  2. Employee level data validation area includes the data from payroll, employee and calculation card information.

To view the Payroll Data validation report:

  1. From the home page, navigate to My client Groups > Payroll > Submit a Flow.
  2. Select the legislative data group.
  3. Select Run Payroll Data Validation Report.

The report is generated as an excel spreadsheet, which includes the employee data that doesn't pass the validation criteria.

India Payroll Data Validation Report

Validate the required data for India payroll to identify any missing data prior to processing the payroll.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Employee State Insurance Monthly Contribution Return Report

You can leverage the Employee State Insurance (ESI) Monthly Contribution Return report to generate and submit the ESI contribution details of an employee for India Payroll, as an employer. You can submit the monthly contribution data to ESI electronically and make the ESI contribution payments through the challan generated by the system.

ESI monthly contribution is a two-step process that involves:

  1. Upload of the excel spreadsheet with the ESI monthly contribution details of the employees.
  2. Online payment with the generated challan number.

To generate the report:

  1. From the home page navigate to  My client Groups > Payroll > Submit a Flow.
  2. Select Run ESI Monthly Contribution Report.

Leverage the ESI Monthly Contribution Return report to quickly generate and submit the ESI contribution details of an employee for India Payroll.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Simplified Payroll Flow for India

We have made it easier for you to run all the tasks specific to the India Payroll flow using the Simplified Payroll Flow.

The simplified flow consolidates all the tasks in the following processes:

  • Retroactive process
  • Payroll process
  • Payment distribution
  • Global and legislative specific reports for India

For every task included in the flow, you need to specify all the required parameters and verify the results. You can execute them in a single flow, in a sequence.

To run the simplified payroll flow:

  1. From the home page navigate to My client Groups > Payroll > Submit a Flow.
  2. Select Run India Simplified Payroll Flow.

Here is an example of the tasks included for India Payroll.

Simplified Payroll Flow Tasks

Processes

Run Retroactive Notification Report

Verify Retroactive Events

Recalculate Payroll for Retroactive Changes

Run Retroactive Entries Report

Verify Retroactive Report

Calculate Payroll

Verify Payroll Results

Run Payroll Activity Report for the Latest Process

Run Gross-to-Net Report

Run India Professional Tax Report

Generate IT Computation Sheet

Run Payroll Messages Report

Verify Reports

Calculate Prepayments

Verify Prepayments

Archive Periodic Payroll Results

Run Payroll Register Report

Make EFT Payments

Generate Check Payments

Generate Payslips

Verify Payslips

Run Payment Register Report

Provident Fund Electronic Challan Cum Return

Run India 24Q IT Balances Report

Manual Run ESI Monthly Contribution Report

Manual Run India Form24Q

The simplified payroll flow consolidates and orders all the tasks in a sequence, which you can execute as a single flow.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Year End Process - Digitally Signed Form 16

You can now easily access/download the digitally signed Form 16 from the employee self service, as an employee. Form 16 is digitally signed by the employer and contains the following reports consolidated  in a single PDF file, such as:

  • Form 16 Part A
  • Form 16 Part B
  • Form 12BA
  • Form 12BB

Form 12BA includes the perquisite details for an employee. You need to run the flow: Run India form 12BA to generate the Form 12BA, as a Payroll Administrator.

Form 12BB includes the employee's investment details for the financial year. You need to run the flow: Run India form 12BB to consolidate the investment details for employees.

Download the Form 16 from the income tax portal, TRACES, and then, generate the individual Form16 Part A and Part B files for each employee using the TRACES utility.

Submit the flow: Run India Form16 Part A and Part B Upload, to generate the DAT file for all the eligible employees.

Upload it into the payroll system, after the digital signing process.

As a Payroll Administrator, to generate the consolidated Form 16 run the flow:

  1. From the home page navigate to My client Groups > Payroll > Submit a Flow.
  2. Select Run India Form16.

As an employee, to view the consolidated Form 16, navigate to Me > Pay > Year End Documents.

Simplify the user experience with easy to view/download digitally signed Form 16 from employee self service. This digitally signed document contains Part A and Part B of Form 16, Form 12BB, and Form 12BA for the previous financial year.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Payroll for Oman

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for Oman supports country specific features and functions for Oman. It enables users to follow Oman's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Social Insurance Enhancements

With this enhancement, you can use the legislatively compliant social insurance rates for citizens of Bahrain and Qatar working in Oman.

When you calculate social insurance contributions during a supplemental payroll run, the application considers the total contributory salary in the period, and any previous contributions deducted in the period, if applicable

Note: Social insurance calculation for supplemental payroll is only applicable for government sector employees.

Bahraini Government Sector Social Insurance Updates: The Social Insurance Organization (SIO) announced social insurance contributions change plan, effective May 2022.

Employer contributions for social insurance is 17% effective May 2022.

Employee contributions for social insurance is 7% effective 1st Jan 2023.

Note: These changes are applicable only for Bahraini government sector employees.

Qatari Social Insurance Updates: Effective 3 Jan 2023, the employee and employer social insurance contributions calculation of Qatari nationals working in Qatar and the GCC has been updated.

  • Employee contribution rate is (7%) of the contributory salary.
  • Employer contribution rate is (14%) of the contributory salary.
  • Housing allowance is included in the contributory salary with a maximum of 6,000 Riyals.
  • For GCC citizens working in Qatar, if housing allowance exceeds 6,000 Riyals, the employee pays social insurance contributions, and employee and employer shares for the excessive amount.
  • Maximum contributory salary is 100,000 Riyals.

Use the legislatively compliant social insurance calculation for Oman.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Payroll for the United Kingdom

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United Kingdom supports country specific features and functions for the United Kingdom. It enables users to follow the United Kingdom's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Issue P45 when Final Pay In or After Termination Period

You can set the P45 Action to issue when the final pay is in or after the period of termination. The application will issue a P45 if either latest payroll process effective date or the period end date is after the termination date. There's no change in processing when the P45 Action is set to other values such as Do Not Issue or Manual Issue. Here are the changes to the P45 Action:

Table listing changes for P45 Action

P45 Action Description

Issue when final pay in or after the period of termination

Generates a P45, provided that a payroll run has successfully completed in or after the period of termination.

Issue when final pay in previous period

Generates a P45, provided that a payroll has run successfully.

You can use the enhanced P45 process to issue a P45 when final pay is in or after the period of termination, instead of the prior issue when final pay was on or after actual termination.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

MyCSP Statutory Updates 2023

The format of the MyCSP files for Payment History, Control Totals and Service History have been updated where data is no longer required and is replaced with a filler, in the following fields:

Payment History:

  • WPS contributions (WPSCNT)
  • Contracted Out Earnings (COEARN)
  • Contracted Out Earnings at a reduced rate (COEARNE)

Control Totals:

  • WPSRTECNT
  • WPSPCTOT
  • EARNHCNT
  • EHWPSTOT
  • PPEREND: The instruction has been updated to show that this field is mandatory

Service History

The feature update is now compliant with the legislative requirements.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Redwood Experience for United Kingdom Payroll

These pages or flows have been recreated in the Redwood tool set Visual Builder Studio (VB Studio) to improve your user experience. The pages or flows look and act like Redwood pages or flows, to help create cohesiveness through the application.

Redwood Experience for New Starter Declaration for Self-Service Users

You can enable the redesigned Redwood VB Studio New Starter Declaration page for your employees through the employee self-service. Using this option, your employees can quickly view and manage their new starter declaration. You can search for this page from Ask Oracle and enable guided journeys or nudges. This user interface form replicates the HMRC paper form and is an employee statement to their employer regarding their tax and student or postgraduate loan status.

The new page offers a rich user experience, fewer clicks, and better performance.

Steps to Enable

For new customers, the Redwood pages are delivered as enabled.

Existing customers need to enable any of the Redwood pages using the central profile option ORA_HCM_VBCS_PWA_ENABLED. This needs to be set to Y. For more information, see HCM Redwood Pages with Profile Options (Doc ID 2922407.1).

Here are the steps to enable the redesigned Redwood GB New Starter Declaration self-service page:

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance area and search for the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. On the Manage Administrator Profile Values page, search for and select the ORA_HRX_GB_VBCS_ESS_NSD profile option.
  3. Select Yes in the Profile Value field.
  4. Click Save and Close.

For more information, see the section on New Starter Declaration when you Create Student Loan or Postgraduate Loan Deductions.

Redwood Experience for Pension Scheme Enrolment for Self-Service Users

The new redwood pages for employee self-service pensions enrollment provide an enhanced user experience to employees while enabling them to do several tasks such as:

  • Enroll into an eligible pension scheme.
  • Make changes to their contributions depending on the scheme that is set up for either flat amount or a percentage.
  • Leave a pension scheme if they are already enrolled into one. In doing this, they can elect to not be in a pension scheme at all. Or, enroll into a different scheme that they are eligible to enroll.

The pension schemes need to be mutually exclusive for selection to ensure that the employee can only be enrolled in one scheme at any point in time. If they need to enroll into another scheme, their previous scheme can't be active and the employee needs to first unenroll from that scheme.

The new pages offer improved visual appeal, fewer clicks, and better performance for your employees.

Steps to Enable

For new customers, the Redwood pages are delivered as enabled.

Existing customers need to enable any of the Redwood pages using the central profile option ORA_HCM_VBCS_PWA_ENABLED. This needs to be set to Y. For more information, see HCM Redwood Pages with Profile Options (Doc ID 2922407.1)

You need to enable the benefits and pensions employee self service profile value.

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance area and search for the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. On the Manage Administrator Profile Values page, search for and select the ORA_HRX_GB_VBCS_ESS_BP profile option.
  3. Select Yes in the Profile Value field.
  4. Click Save and Close.

The quick action menu My Pensions isn't automatically enabled for employees. To make this feature available for your employees in the quick actions menu Me > Benefits, you need to make this user interface visible. For more information, see Integration with Benefits and Pensions.

Payroll for the United States

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for the United States supports country specific features and functions for the United States. It enables users to follow the United States business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

HDL Support for Employee Tax Withholding Info

You will find it quicker to define tax withholding info for multiple employees through the new Tax Withholding HCM Data Loader (HDL) business object.  With this HDL template, you can define the tax info for as many people as you need without having to perform multiple operations, and you don’t have to create an HDL upload file from scratch.  This business object supports every level of US tax:  federal, state, county, city, and Pennsylvania political subdivision (PSD) codes.  Each tax card component includes only those attributes relevant to that component.

The template includes sections for these components.

Component Description
Tax Withholding

Identifies the employee based on the assignment values you provide.

Federal Taxes

Captures info that impacts the employee's federal tax calculations.

State Taxes

Captures info that impacts the employee's state tax calculations.

Pennsylvania PSD

Captures info specific to Pennsylvania PSD codes.

County Taxes

Captures info for the employee's related resident or work county tax calculations.

City Taxes

Captures info that impacts the employee's city tax calculations.

US Taxation

Include a US Taxation card component for each tax reporting unit where the employee works.

This feature makes is a much faster option for creating and updating Tax Withholding card info for multiple employees over defining them individually in the UI.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

  • To ensure your Tax Withholding business object reflects the latest field updates, download the newest template before updating it.  To find the template:

  1. Start the View Business Objects task.

  2. Search for the Tax Withholding business object.

  3. Download the .dat file.

  • You must include the Tax Withholding component whenever you create or update the Tax Withholding cards.

  • A Tax Withholding calculation card must have a continuous active Federal Taxes component with an edit record without any gaps.

  • If you don't provide a State Taxes component for a state that imposes resident tax or work taxes, the payroll process uses default values for tax calculation.

  • If you don't provide a County Taxes component for a county that imposes resident tax or work taxes, the payroll process uses default values for tax calculation.

  • If you don't provide a City Taxes component for a city that imposes resident tax or work taxes, the payroll process uses default values for tax calculation.

  • Higher-level components are not needed.  For example, you can define a County Taxes component without a State Taxes component.

Key Resources

See the following in the Help Center.

  • Guidelines for Loading US Tax Withholding Cards

  • Guidelines for Loading US State Taxes Card Components

Transactional Business Intelligence for Payroll

Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence is a real time, self-service reporting solution offered to all Oracle Cloud application users to create ad hoc reports and analyze them for daily decision-making.  Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence provides human resources managers and specialists, business executives, and line managers the critical workforce information to analyze workforce costs, staffing, compensation, performance management, talent management, succession planning, and employee benefits.

Don’t want to start from scratch building a report or analytics? Check out the library of sample reports for all products on Customer Connect on the Report Sharing Center.

Location Costing in Payroll Costing Setup Details Subject Area

As part of this enhancement the following attributes have been added to folder Costing Level Identifier Details in Payroll - Payroll Costing Setup Details Real Time subject area:

  • Location Name
  • Location Code
  • Location Set
  • Location ID

These attributes can be used to report on costing setup information at Location level.

Improve your reporting on Payroll - Payroll Costing Setup Detail Real Time subject area with the addition of new attributes related to Location costing in existing Costing Level Identifier Details folder.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

IMPORTANT Actions and Considerations for Payroll

REPLACED OR REMOVED FEATURES

From time to time, Oracle replaces existing Cloud service features with new features or removes existing features. When a feature is replaced the older version may be removed immediately or at a future time. As a best practice, you should use the newer version of a replaced feature as soon as the newer version is available.

Product

Removed Feature

Target Removal

Replacement Feature

Replaced In

Additional Information

Global Payroll Enhanced Reports Available and Previous Versions Are No Longer Supported 23D
  • Run Payroll Activity Report for the Latest Process
  • Run Payroll Statutory Deduction Register for the Latest Process
  • Run Payroll Register Report for the Latest Process
  • Run Periodic Payroll Activity Report
  • Run Periodic Statutory Deduction Register
  • Run Periodic Payroll Register Report
  • Run Payroll Costing Report
Exists prior to 22D  
China Payroll Removal of the View Social Security Accounts Info Self-Service Page 24A     Government compliance no longer needs this page.

Payroll for Canada

Transition from Vertex to the Canadian Oracle Payroll Tax Engine (CAOPTE)

24B

Canadian Oracle Payroll Tax Engine

23C (see details for transition period)

 

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KNOWN ISSUES / MAINTENANCE PACK SPREADSHEETS

Oracle publishes a Known Issues document for every Update to make customers are aware of potential problems they could run into and the document provides workarounds if they are available.

Oracle also publishes Maintenance Pack and Statutory Maintenance Pack documentation of bugs that are fixed in the monthly or statutory patching.

To review these documents you must have access to My Oracle Support:

Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1)

Payroll for Mexico

Payroll for Oracle Human Capital Management for Mexico supports country specific features and functions for Mexico. It enables users to follow Mexico's business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.