iTrent Navigation and Functionality
Draft Test - MHR iTrent Navigation and Functionality
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What are the five components of an Organisation Structure?
- Division, Post, Job, People, Unit
- Organisation, Unit, Post, Position & Contract
- Post, Requisition, Job Title, Person
At what level does inheritance stop?
When is a contract formed?
- When a person is appointed a position
- When a document merge is run
- When a person is entered into iTrent
A dynamic smart group...
- ...can be maintained manually
- ...is maintained by iTrent
- ...refers to a group of people that follow the same values in iTrent
What does UDF stand for?
- User defined form
- Unreleased documentation forum
- User defined functions
What are the main components that make an Absence Scheme?
- Sickness, Maternity, Paternity and Other
- Rules, Table, Pro Rata Rule and Elements
- Pay and Offset
What is a working pattern?
- A variety of shifts
- Hours of work for an employee
- Working patterns are a grouping of days that can be used to record, monitor and pay against
What are the five methods of inputting a new starter into iTrent?
- 1. Manual
2. Employee inputs on arrival
3. Interface from another system
4. Match and gap
5. Process chains
- 1. Process chains
2. New - person details
3. New - person match
4. New - person details administration
- 1. Recruitment
4. Person details
5. Process chains
What are the key areas of inheritance you need to be aware of when conducting a transfers?
- Retain original value, retain override and inherit
- Transfer, no transfer, or make employee a leaver
- Current value or inherit
What are the main methods of adding temporary elements in payroll?
- Manual, via an app, and through ESS
- Manual, fast input list, and temporary input from file
- Electronically, via an app, and manual
What is the navigation trail for sensitive information?
- Organisation > People > Sensitive Information
- Organisation > Positions > Contract > Sensitive Information
- Organisation > Absence > Sensitive Information