Wake Forest University implemented Workday as the new Human Capital Management, Finance, and Payroll system on July 2. This implementation will improve many benefits, compensation, performance, recruitment, and employment processes. Please note the following processes that will now be completed in Workday, and reference the Job Aids if you need assistance.
While some benefit elections and changes will continue to be completed using provider forms, the majority will be submitted in Workday, including those completed via the following legacy forms:
Recommended Training: WD 101: Workday Essentials for Faculty & Exempt Staff
Topics covered in WD 101 include Workday terminology, navigating Workday, managing personal information, managing benefits, requesting PTO, viewing payroll information, modifying payment elections (direct deposit), modifying tax elections, and more.
Compensation requests may be submitted in Workday, including those completed via the following legacy forms:
Salary changes, promotions, and bonuses will be processed after August 1, 2018. Those payments can be retroactively applied to July 2018.
Recommended Training: HR 103: Initiate Employee Job Changes in Workday
Topics covered in HR 103 include promotions, title changes, job transfers, compensation changes, and terminations. It is strongly recommended that HR 101 be completed before HR 103.
In addition to frequent, candid performance conversations with staff, leaders are encouraged to utilize performance tools available in Workday. The following processes will be completed in Workday:
Recommended Training: HR 102: Managing Performance in Workday
Topics covered in HR 102 include performance reviews, performance improvement plans, and disciplinary actions.
Employment requests will be submitted in Workday, including those completed via the following legacy forms:
Recommended Training: HR 101: Posting Positions, Hiring, & Onboarding in Workday
Topics covered in HR 101 include creating a job requisition, creating a pre-hire, reviewing applicants, interviewing candidates, making a job offer, and assigning onboarding.