Global Deployment & Global Employee Numbering

Global Deployments function is used by HR Professionals to transfer an employee either permanently or temporarily to a different business group. At the start of the deployment, Oracle HRMS automatically creates or updates employee records in the destination business group.

If the transfer is permanent, then HRMS terminates employee records in the source business group. If the transfer is temporary, then HRMS suspends the employee’s current assignments.

When the employee returns from a temporary deployment, HRMS automatically terminates the employee record in the destination business group and reinstates suspended assignments in the source business group.

If you use the Global Deployments function to transfer an employee to a different business group when global employee numbering is in effect, then the transferred employee automatically retains the employee number from the source business group.

Otherwise, a person who moves from one business group to another does not retain the person number from the source business group

The following profile option needs to be set :  HR: Propagate Data Changes to Yes at the site level.

To create a deployment proposal, the HR Professional in the destination business group uses the Global Deployments function.

 

To change the Employee numbering to Global Numbering:

Select Employee Numbering to ‘Automatic’

Run ‘Change automatic person number generation to global sequencing’ for person type you would like to enable global sequencing

This process sets the following profile options

  • HR: Use Global Employee Numbering

To ‘Yes’

If The contingent Worker need to follow the same sequence then select Option (While defining  BG) as follow employee sequence.

 

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