On July 18th, 2019, Jim Corkill and Leslie Griffin presented a discussion about navigating fiscal close with UCPath. Topics included prioritizing General Ledger issues, General Ledger FYE 6/30/19 challenges, General Ledger management plans for FY2020, assessment rates for FY2020, and more.

On Thursday, 10/4 we discussed trends and issues that we have seen so far in week one of UCPath. We provided information about many resources that you can use now, including websites, job aids, and recorded training sessions. Please download the presentation deck for links and locations of these resources.

On Thursday, 9/27 we discussed reporting capabilities that will be available via PeopleSoft and Cognos within UCPath.

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On October 17, 2018 we talked about the process for creating Salary Cost Transfers, and the support that will be available for departments when doing transactions.

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On September 17, 2018, Jim Corkill, Director, Business & Financial Services, and Shannon Jackson, Payroll Specialist, talked about what departments can do to prepare for the first week of the UCPath rollout.

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On September 18, 2018, Jim Corkill, Director, Business & Financial Services, and Cynthia Seneriz, Director, Human Resources, and Shannon Jackson, Payroll Specialist, discussed the new ServiceNow catalogs for HR & BFS.

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On August 30, 2018, Cynthia Seneriz, Director, Human Resources, and Cindy Doherty, Director, Academic Personnel, discussed procedures and deadlines for hiring employees during the cutover to UCPath.

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On 10/23/17, Devlin Seymour, Business Systems Analyst, and Jim Corkill, Controller and Director of Business & Financial Services, discussed the upcoming elimination of subs 5 & 7 for payroll distributions.

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