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Category D365HR Product features

Focused on the product features and how it can support organizations achieve Digital HR transformation Target audience: D365HR consultants, HR pro’s

D365HR Compensation: Step 2: Reference points

Global Job and Compensation surveys are carried out by consultancy firms across the world and publish reports defining the standardized Industry Jobs and aligned with local country based compensation matrix. These surveys consider parameters such as living expenses in a… Continue Reading →

D365HR Compensation: Step 1: Job Compensation Levels

Let’s consider Hogwarts retail store in the Netherlands: Ronald work as “Front line cashier” and reports to Hermoine (Job level NL_01) Hermione is a “Cash supervisor” and reports to Steve (Job level NL_02) Steve is a “Assistant store manager” and… Continue Reading →

D365HR and your company’s compensation policy!

Have a look at a company’s compensation policy! Let’s say Tina(Compensation and Benefits administrator) is discussing the compensation policy of Hogwarts Retail with Harry who is a digital HR transformation consultant specialized in Dynamics 365 Human Resources. Here’s the summary… Continue Reading →

D365 HR – Mass update positions!

Positions are the building blocks of your organization. All employees are linked to your company’s organization structure via position. Positions holds the key information such as Job, Department and Manager. As organizations evolve, the structure of employees are positioned within… Continue Reading →

How to store compensation survey data on D365HR?

What is Compensation survey data? As every organization grows one of the goals will be to standardize compensation and benefits based on the market conditions to remain competitive in the market and also to make sure the employee compensation is… Continue Reading →

D365HR – Migrate Security customizations!

Dynamics 365 application stack is driven by role based access control at the core of its security design which simply means functional and data security of the application drives which users get to access what part of the application and… Continue Reading →

D365HR Leave and absence: Step 4: Leave and absence plans

Read my related blog posts: D365HR and your company’s leave policy! D365HR Leave and absence: Step 1: Approval workflows D365HR Leave and absence: Step 2: Leave and absence types D365HR Leave and absence: Step 3: Leave and absence parameters As… Continue Reading →

D365HR Leave and absence: Step 3: Leave and absence parameters

Read my related blog posts: D365HR and your company’s leave policy! D365HR Leave and absence: Step 1: Approval workflows D365HR Leave and absence: Step 2: Leave and absence types Why do we need Leave and absence parameters? Parameters help in… Continue Reading →

D365HR Leave and absence: Step 2: Leave and absence types

Read my related blog posts: D365HR and your company’s leave policy! D365HR Leave and absence: Step 1: Approval workflows Now that we have the approval workflows necessary based on Margret’s explanation lets define the leave and absence types and link… Continue Reading →

D365HR Leave and absence: Step 1: Approval workflows

Read my related blog post: D365HR and your company’s leave policy! Based on Margret’s explanation of the leave policy there are 3 leave and absence types that have a specific approval routing. Approval workflows act as a base when defining… Continue Reading →

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