What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Talent (January 31, 2019)
This topic describes features that are either new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Talent
Core HR Changes
Time off taken on leave people card doesn't consider leave plan dates
For those that have leave plans that don’t run on a calendar year, the Taken card now displays time off that’s been taken in the plan-defined leave year. For example, if an organization’s leave year is June 1 through May 30 and an employee has taken 3 days off in December, the Taken card on January 15, will display 3 days.
Accrual amounts not matching tier date basis
New options have been added to leave and absence (Human resources parameters) to enable customers to determine when employees’ months of service date are effective. For some organizations, the date is the end of the month, but for others it may be the start of the next month. For example, one organization may award time off on December 31, while another may award time off on January 1. This option will allow you to choose when the award should occur.
Worker hire actions are stuck in "Workflow complete" state
Changes have been made to correct an issue where a small number of workflows finished with a "Workflow complete" status. New workflows should now move to a "Completed" state when the workflow finishes. Any workflows in a workflow completed status will be transitioned to an error status to allow for updating or removal if required.
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