Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Human Capital Management: News and Events

New PeopleSoft HCM 9.1 Functionality Targets Payroll, Compensation, and Time and Labor
Three important new features are now available for Oracle’s PeopleSoft human capital management 9.1 solutions. They’re coming prior to the formal release of that platform’s Feature Pack 2, scheduled for early 2012.
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Strategic HCM and Oracle Fusion HCM Will Top the Lineup at Oracle OpenWorld 2011
Managing talent, strengthening strategic workforce planning, and coexisting with Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management—these critical HCM topics and others will be showcased at Oracle OpenWorld 2011.

Oracle’s Steve Miranda, Row Henson, and Steve Boese to Share Best Practices at October’s HR Technology Conference
Oracle expects more than 2,000 HCM professionals will gather to meet industry thought leaders and network with colleagues at the 14th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition, scheduled for October 3–5 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
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Support News
New position statements are now available on My Oracle Support (login required)
- PeopleSoft Payroll for North America Position Statement—Pennsylvania Act 32
- PeopleSoft Human Resources Benefits Position Statement—HIPAA 834 5010

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