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Notes: 1 of 20 to Using the Departmental Reports Search Screen Introduction
Notes: 2 of 20 Credits Briefing Notes by Niyi Akinmutande, AD HR Operations and Information with credits to Marg GloverDepartmental Administrator Alan LiddellHR Helpdesk Officer Iain McKaySenior Analyst Programmer for working together to conceptualise build and test the screens. November 2007
Notes: 3 of 20 Departmental Reports and Administration Menu Departmental Administrators and users authorised by the Head of Department will have the Departmental Reports and Administration menu on their MyView screen.
Notes: 4 of 20 Log in Screen You will be expected to enter your UCL ID and password
Notes: 5 of 20 HR Menu You will see a number of management reporting options. The one we are considering in this paper is the UCL Employee Search Click on this menu item
Notes: 6 of 20 Search for Records The Search Screen uses the same Oracle technology as the SiP system so experienced SiP users can skip the section on Wild Cards and Querying Always put the system in Query mode so that you can look for staff records. Enter Query F11 or Execute or run query Ctrl +F11
Notes: 7 of 20 Querying for records Enter Query F11 Execute or run query Ctrl +F11 Cancel query F4 Messages will appear here. It also shows which record you are on.
Notes: 8 of 20 Use Wild Cards to help with your queries The percent sign (%) matches zero or more characters. Typing: %Smith% in Surname" would return any record which had Smith anywhere in that field (for example, Smith", Goldsmith" and Blacksmith" Smithers" and "Smith-White" ) %Smith in Surname returns any names which end with Smith (for example, both Goldsmith" and Blacksmith" but not "Smythe" or "Smith-White"). NA% in the First Names field would return any names which start with NA (for example, Nathan" and Nathaniel" but not Jonathan") Querying using Wildcards
Notes: 9 of 20 Personal Details This screen shows the Personal Details Contact Details and Emergency Contacts Private Contact Details and Emergency Contacts are visible to Departmental Administrators and are asterisks to all other staff
Notes: 10 of 20 UCL Details This screen shows the UPI Number and key employment dates
Notes: 11 of 20 Appointment Details Details of the post that corresponds to the appointment selected above Details of current and past appointments on the HR/Payroll database Details of the grade history for the post selected above Details of the cost centre and contract hours history for the post selected above UCL business rules are such that professorial and any personal salaries are not displayed
Notes: 12 of 20 Appointment Details contd. Where ever the + sign is displayed it means that a detail table can be found by double clicking on the field. Double clicking on the field here gives the hierarchy that the department belongs to. This give departmental administrators useful information on where a particular post is located in the UCL organisation structure.
Notes: 13 of 20 Appointment Details contd. Where ever the + sign is displayed it means that a detail table can be found by double clicking on the field. Double clicking on the field here gives details of the service conditions attached to a particular post. This is useful when HR colleagues need to determine what business rules a particular post holder is subject to.
Notes: 14 of 20 Reporting Line The Reporting Line shows where a particular member of staffs post sits in the post to post administrative workflow. The workflow shows all of the posts between the individual and the Provost. This helps departmental administrators to determine who can administer a particular post in manager self service.
Notes: 15 of 20 SPS Post History Records for staff who started at UCL prior to September 2004 are also stored in the legacy database system SPS. This screen allows departmental administrators access to the historic data not stored on the HR/Payroll database ResourceLink Details of all posts on the SPS HR database which was turned off on 31/8/2004 Details of the salary and cost centre history for the post selected above Double clicking on this field brings up the full SPS archive screen
Notes: 16 of 20 Archive Menu On the HR menu the archive search screen can be found at this menu item.
Notes: 17 of 20 Archive Screen The Archive has similar functionality to the search screen. For any staff in the archive who have a record in ResourceLink you can double click on the Employee Number and the main ResourceLink record will be called up.
Notes: 18 of 20 Archive Screen contd. Double clicking a Salary History gives a detailed salary history screen Double clicking a Cost Code History gives a detailed cost code history screen
Notes: 19 of 20 Close and Exit Select this item to close your screen Then select the Exit menu item to close down the Oracle application.
Notes: 20 of 20 MyView Reports and Manuals You will have noticed that there are a wide range of managerial reports available through MyView. These are likely to be self explanatory for departmental administrator level staff. Details of how the reports work can be found on the MyView first page via the MyView menu item shown below.