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Oracle Fusion Global Human Resources 2014 Essentials
Question No: 21
Identify the work structure that shows the relative rank, level, and status of an employee.
Grade step progression
Explanation: Create grade ladders to group grades and grades with steps in the sequence in which your workers typically progress. Grade ladders describe the grades and steps to which a worker is eligible to progress and compensation value associated with that grade and step. You can set up separate grade ladders for different types of jobs or positions in your enterprise. For example, you may create three grade ladders for your enterprise: one for technical grades, another for management grades, and a third for administrative grades.
Question No: 22
Your organization is a large scale manufacturing company currently using Oracle Applications 12.1.1 (EBS R12) for HR, payroll, and Benefits. You have a number of customizations in EBS R12. You have decided to upgrade the HR landscape to Oracle Fusion but because the volume of data is huge, you are concerned about data movement, security, and data integrity.
As a Functional Consultant, what would you suggest?
Redo the configuration for the entire setup data in Oracle fusion. Adopt conversion process for transaction data.
Adopt Oracle Fusion Data Migration solution to move HR setup and transaction data. There is no delivered solution available for Payroll and Benefits data migration.
Propose a new data migration solution because there is no delivered solution available for upgrades.
Adopt the Oracle Fusion Data Migration solution to move HR, Payroll, and Benefits setup and transaction data. Extend the Oracle solution for custom data migration.
Answer: D Explanation: Note: Phase 1 Coexistance.
In Phase 2, a new Oracle E-Business Suite instance is created from a copy of a production Oracle E-Business Suite 12.0.6 instance. This new Oracle E-Business Suite instance is then upgraded to Oracle Fusion Applications (B) with the intent of deploying Oracle Fusion Financials, Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management, and Oracle Fusion Procurement.
The data to support Oracle Fusion Accounting Hub is migrated from Oracle Fusion Applications instance (A) to the upgraded Oracle Fusion Applications instance (B). The production instance of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.0.6 will continue to be used for order management, inventory, and manufacturing processes, and integrates with Oracle Fusion Applications (B) through a serviceoriented architecture to support these processes in Oracle E-Business Suite.
This phase depends on the availability of upgrade scripts from Oracle E-Business Suite
12.0.6 to Oracle Fusion Applications.
In Phase 3, the entire environment is running Oracle Fusion Applications.
Reference: Roadmaps to Oracle Fusion Applications for Current Oracle Applications Customers, Oracle White paper
Question No: 23
As an HR Specialist in your company, you are responsible to set up the Performance rating model. You navigate to Manage Ratings Model and select seeded quot;Performance Rating Modelquot;. Out of the four tabs available to update, the Review Points tab is used only by which Oracle Fusion product?
Answer: C Explanation: Note:
To use this method, the rating models that are associated with the section and its items must define review points. The rating model for the section must also define point ranges (from points and to points). The application converts ratings to review points as defined in the rating model, calculates the total review points, and converts this total into the corresponding review rating for the section by using the point range on the rating model. Weights, and any items without ratings, are ignored.
When using the sum method for the overall rating, section rating calculation rules can be sum or average only.
This method is similar to the sum method, but is available only for the Overall Summary section of a performance document. The Profile Content and Goals sections, however, use the average or sum method. To use the band method, the rating model that is associated with the Overall Summary section must include a performance document band and define review points as well as point ranges (from points and to points). During the calculation process, the application computes the total review points across all sections and converts this total into the equivalent rating on the document band.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Applications Workforce Development Implementation Guide 11g, Define Worker Performance
Question No: 24
Fusion security authorizes end users to access which securable application artifacts created using Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF)?
Individual permissions to access work areas, dashboards, task flows, pages, reports batch programs, and BI subject areas
Individual permission to reset their password for the login application
Set of users requesting access based on the job level
Multiuser permission with validation of password length, alphanumeric, and special character usage
individual permission to access web services and webpages only
Answer: C Explanation:
Note: Oracle Fusion Applications is secure as delivered. The Oracle Fusion security approach tightly coordinates various security concerns of the enterprise, including:
The ability to define security policies to specify the allowed operations on application resources, including viewing and editing data and invoking functions of the application.
The ability to enforce security policies by roles assigned to end users, and not directly enforced on the end users of the system. (C)
Reference: Oracle Fusion Applications Extensibility Guide 11g, Customizing Security for ADF Application Artifacts
Question No: 25
As an implementation consultant, you are involved in the migration activity. If, during the premigration stage, the duplicate person records are merged, can you state the reason for this?
because person records are global in Fusion
because person records are dependent on legislation
because one person can have only one work relationship
because person records are not Global in fusion
Explanation: A single global person record tracks information for employees or contingent workers. The
single person record may then be associated with multiple work relationships in the employment model. This increases data integrity while reducing administrative overhead and
provides for enhanced reporting capabilities.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management, Oracle Data Sheet
Question No: 26
Which three are free-form content types of Profile Management?
Honors and Awards
Explanation: Profile management provides a framework for developing and managing talent profiles that meet your industry or organizational requirements. Profiles summarize the qualifications and skills of a person or a workforce structure such as a job or position. Profiles are valuable for tracking workers#39; skills, competencies, and accomplishments, and for various talent management activities, such as career planning, identifying training needs, performance management, and in the recruitment process for identifying job requirements and suitable applicants.
Content types are the skills, qualities, and qualifications that you want to track in talent profiles. The content library contains predefined content types such as competencies, languages, and degrees, but you can create new content types as needed. You can also create free-form content types.
Content types contain: Properties Relationships Subscribers
Free-form content types do not contain relationships and do not contain properties until you add them to a profile type.
Question No: 27
A worker rejoins a legal employees on April 01. 2011with a work relationship type of contingent worker. The worker was previously associated with the same legal employer from June 21, 2000 till April 01, 2010 with a worker number 1122#39; and work relationship type of contingent worker. A legal-employer number sequence is used.
Will the worker number be reused for this worker?
The worker number will be reused, because the worker has the same- work relationship type as the previous one and with the same legal employer.
The worker number will not be reused, because the legal-employer sequence is used.
The worker number will not be reused, because the worker has the same work relationship type as the previous one and with the same legal employer
The worker number will be reused, because the worker is joining the same legal employer after a gap of one year.
The worker number will be reused, because the worker is joining the same enterprise.
Explanation: Worker numbers can be generated either manually or automatically.
If you select manual generation, then you are recommended to define a numbering scheme to suit local requirements. For example, determine whether uniqueness within the enterprise or at the legal employer level is important, and define the numbering scheme accordingly.
If you select automatic worker-number generation, numbers can be allocated from either an enterprise sequence or a legal employer sequence. If you use a legal-employer sequence, worker numbers are not guaranteed to be unique in the enterprise. Also, they cannot be transferred outside the legal employer: if a worker leaves the enterprise and later starts a new work relationship of the same type but with a different legal employer, a new worker number is allocated to the work relationship.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Applications Workforce Deployment Implementation Guide 11g, Selecting the Number-Generation Method
Question No: 28
You are working as an HRMS Business Analyst implementing Fusion Human Resources, Global Payroll, Talent Management, and Compensation. You are evaluating the options of deploying applications, with the objective of being free from maintaining the infrastructure and applications while owning their infrastructure.
Which deployment option will you recommend?
SaaS model for Human Resources and Global Payroll only, with the rest of the modules On Premise
SaaS model for Human Resources, Global Payroll, Talent Management, and Compensation
hosted model for Human Resources and Global Payroll only, with the rest of the modules On-premise
hosted model for Human Resources, Global Payroll, Talent Management, and Compensation
Explanation: Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management (HCM) delivers a complete suite of human resource and talent management applications, all available as Software as a Service (SaaS).
Note: The adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) or On-Demand presents several technical and business challenges for all players involved – independent software vendors (ISVs), hosting services providers and the customers. The technical challenges for SaaS providers include support for multi-tenancy, integration, security, usability, customization and service-level management. Oracle SaaS Platform consisting of virtualization, database, middleware and management software provides a comprehensive platform that addresses these challenges and runs on grid.
Reference: HR in the Cloud: Bringing Clarity to SaaS Myths and Manifestos, Oracle White Paper
Question No: 29
Which three statements are key Features of work structures?
Jobs and positions are integrated with profiles.
Basic Grade Ladders can be set up in Core; a user can add progression rules in Grade Step Progression later.
Only one rate can be associated with a grade and payscale.
Typically, attributes get defaulted from either department or job to the position, then to the terms and conditions, and then to the assignment.
Profiles and payscales are integrated.
Answer: B,D,E Explanation:
B: Grade steps are distinct increments of progression within a grade. You can set up grades with or without grade steps.
* Grade Scale
A sequence of steps valid for a grade, where each step corresponds to one point on a pay scale. You can place each employee on a point of their grade scale and automatically increment all placements each year, or as required.
Question No: 30
You are setting up organizations in Fusion HCM. Identify the five setup activities to be performed via the Functional Setup Manager.
Manage Business Units
Manage Legislative Data Groups
Manage Legal Entity
Manage Professional Bodies
Explanation: You define the following business objects in Oracle Fusion by performing the associated tasks in the order specified by the Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager.
Business Object: Task