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HRIS:Reporting HR & Easy Help Desk HR 7-400

Thursday, October 24, 2019, 10:00am - 04:30pm
This repeat is an exception to the normal repeat pattern


The HRIS Reporting course requires learners to have a general understanding of navigating and using the functions on the HRIS system.  The course provides users with demonstrations and hands-on practise of how, why and when to run reports on a range of topics: Data Integrity, Payroll, Personal Data and various USW reports. It is not required for you to log-in however, you can follow along and run reports using your own e-token on the live AMS system for your own Org. Unit(s).

At the end of the session, learners will be able to:

  • Discuss their understanding of the various HRIS reports at the University as they relate to personal employee employment and pay data
  • Apply a common understanding of running, displaying, extracting and saving various HRIS reports
  • Apply a common understanding of navigating the main HRIS tree of folders to find commonly used reports for departmental use
  • Navigate the Human Resources and Equity website to find the Reporting Section for support and a list of available reports

e-Token - For this particular course the attendee should have an e-Token and ensure that it is activated prior to coming to the course. If you do not have an e-Token assigned to you, please inform the instructor and someone will log you in when you arrive. Information on obtaining and activating an e-Token can be found on the Information Technology Services website or by speaking to your department administrator.


Register and Course Material (for hardcopy, participant is responsible for printing).

Please complete the COURSE EVALUATION after attending.

Location: 256 McCaul Street , Room 103
Presenter: Members of HRIS