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Payroll ‘go-live’ moved to Sept. 26
Postal rates increasing

U.Va. offers to share traffic costs
Job talk -- myths and realities
To the point -- with David Evans
Students create Rotunda mosaic

U.Va., World Wildlife Fund sign agreement

In Memoriam
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Dante Germino dies in train accident
Season tickets available
Employees: How to get back to school
After Hours -- Gayle Noble
Study discovers effects of exercise in women on HRT

Payroll ‘go-live’ moved to Sept. 26

Citing a need for more testing and conflicts with fiscal year-end deadlines, the Integrated Systems Project’s executive committee postponed the implementation date for the new Human Resources/Payroll software system from June 26 until Sept. 26.

“These additional 90 days will allow the ISP, University Human Resources staff, and schools and departments to more fully test and learn how to operate the Oracle applications, so that everyone is well-prepared at go-live,” said ISP director William Randolph.

The delay will allow University employees to get beyond the fiscal year-end close and the busy human resources/payroll transaction months of August and September without the additional burden of beginning to operate a new system, he said.

Oracle’s fixed assets application will go live July 1 as scheduled.

“The Oracle HR/Payroll applications have proven themselves to be fully capable of doing the University’s human resources and payroll business,” said Randolph. “It is now our goal to use the lessons of our phase one implementation to ensure a smoother transition for phase two.”

 


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