The financial data reporting issue identified last week has been resolved. Reports pulling budget data on core funds (including budget carry-forward) should now function as expected. You are now able to validate beginning balances in Workday.
University employees and managers can use the Workday Mobile app on iPhones, iPads and Android devices. On the app, users can request time off, view reports, record hours worked, view their Workday inbox, and so on. For managers and supervisors, they can use the app to approve time off, expense reimbursements, transactions, and more.
Finance data, including account balances and expenditures, can now be accessed in Workday. Financial reports like budget-to-actuals should now run as expected. Here are instructions for validating beginning balances.
The University recently transitioned to using a new software called Workday. This change affects WSU employees, including undergraduate and graduate students hired by WSU. Students with current appointments should now use Workday to do the following:
Reconciling beginning balances between Workday and legacy systems Tools used – Workday, OBIEE, and the financial data warehouse (webi) Overview – Beginning balances in Workday were derived by extracting legacy accounting activity, cross-walking it using the OBIEE conversion tables, and then loading it into Workday using the new FDM values. This can be reconciled by […]
Employees will receive their first paychecks issued from Workday on January 11, 2021. The switch to Workday means several changes to the appearance of employees’ earnings statements. Here’s what you need to know before you look at your first earnings statement from Workday:
Workday for HR and Payroll processes launched on December 16, 2020, while Workday for Finance will launch on January 1, 2021. All financial information will be in Workday by the end of January. Here are more details: