The full position management project was successfully launched on October 11, in large part, because so many people did their part to prepare ahead of time. Now, every employee has a position in our HR system, including some who weren’t previously in positions, like faculty. Departments, Schools/Divisions, and the System Office can now see the organizational structure based on position numbers, whether or not there is a person in the position. Here’s a behind the scenes look at the work “by-the-numbers” with a special thanks to HR Representatives and HR Business Analysts and PeopleAdmin Applications Specialists whose work was the foundation of a successful launch.
|18,482||Positions created for active employees who didn’t previously have a position.|
|32,111||Existing SHRA positions moved from paper forms into ConnectCarolina.|
|18,209||Updates to existing employee job information|
|24,848||Changes to the “Reports to” field so that every position is reported in organization structure, even if it’s vacant.|
|5,400,000||Dollars that would have gone into suspense without the work done by HR Representatives ahead of go-live. In the end, only $105,276 went into suspense when HR Reps updated the information for 712 out of 732 compensated employee appointments.|
|10.5||Hours worked by each of the ConnectCarolina HR technical team and HR business analysts the weekend of October 8-10 to initiate, monitor and test the full position management data conversions.|
The ConnectCarolina HR team is pushing ahead with full position management work to combine the Create a Position ePAR and Hire ePAR into a single process. For more information and additional resources, including FAQs, visit the CCinfo full position management web pages.